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June 25, 2011
futurejournalismproject:

New York newspapers.

The New York Post totally screwed this one up, by the way. Terrible juxtaposition of headline and big news story that should’ve been their lede. By the way, check all these out in non-collage form.

futurejournalismproject:

New York newspapers.

The New York Post totally screwed this one up, by the way. Terrible juxtaposition of headline and big news story that should’ve been their lede. By the way, check all these out in non-collage form.

(via pantslessprogressive)

11:25 // 2 years ago
June 24, 2011
Congratulations to New York State on this considerably major vote.

Congratulations to New York State on this considerably major vote.

22:37 // 2 years ago
tylercoates:

GREAT. Before I was just freaking out about finding a boyfriend. Now I have to worry about finding a husband.

Joke of the night.

tylercoates:

GREAT. Before I was just freaking out about finding a boyfriend. Now I have to worry about finding a husband.

Joke of the night.

(via tylercoates-deactivated20130905)

22:29 // 2 years ago
Looks like the vote has two Republican supporters: Mark Grisanti is for the bill too. He’s done the research. “I vote in the affirmative,” he said.

Looks like the vote has two Republican supporters: Mark Grisanti is for the bill too. He’s done the research. “I vote in the affirmative,” he said.

22:17 // 2 years ago
The polar opposite of Rubén Díaz, Sr.: State Sen. Thomas K. Duane comes from a long history of gay rights. He’s also over his time, but being far nicer about it than Diaz. Talking about his partner. Breaking up in tears over the struggle his own family has faced.

The polar opposite of Rubén Díaz, Sr.: State Sen. Thomas K. Duane comes from a long history of gay rights. He’s also over his time, but being far nicer about it than Diaz. Talking about his partner. Breaking up in tears over the struggle his own family has faced.

22:11 // 2 years ago
Rubén Díaz, Sr. is kind of a jerk: Talking over his two-minute limit. Saying homophobic things. Choosing not to sit down. Someone doesn’t want this bill to pass.

Rubén Díaz, Sr. is kind of a jerk: Talking over his two-minute limit. Saying homophobic things. Choosing not to sit down. Someone doesn’t want this bill to pass.

22:01 // 2 years ago
36-26. The same-sex religious exemption is passed. Loud cheering outside the chamber. Rubén Díaz, Sr. sounds totally frustrated about this.

36-26. The same-sex religious exemption is passed. Loud cheering outside the chamber. Rubén Díaz, Sr. sounds totally frustrated about this.

21:56 // 2 years ago
Sen. Saland is the 32nd vote, guys. There was a minor back-and-forth after Saland chose not to yield for discussion by Ruben Diaz, Sr. — a key opponent of gay marriage.

Sen. Saland is the 32nd vote, guys. There was a minor back-and-forth after Saland chose not to yield for discussion by Ruben Diaz, Sr. — a key opponent of gay marriage.

21:52 // 2 years ago
21:46 // 2 years ago
Hop over here to watch the live Senate gay marriage vote. Assuming this particular player usually doesn’t get 25,000 viewers.

Hop over here to watch the live Senate gay marriage vote. Assuming this particular player usually doesn’t get 25,000 viewers.

21:31 // 2 years ago