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May 13, 2012
23:21 // 1 year ago
March 23, 2012
I think the hoodie is as much responsible for Trayvon Martin’s death as George Zimmerman was.
Geraldo Rivera • He continued:, saying that “every time you see someone sticking up a 7-11, the kid is wearing a hoodie. Every time you see a mugging on a surveillance camera or they get the old lady in the alcove, it’s a kid wearing a hoodie.” Geraldo eventually concluded that, Million Hoodie March aside, “you can not rehabilitate the hoodie.” We predict that these comments won’t be controversial at all. source (viafollow)
18:25 // 2 years ago
March 8, 2012
From Spanx to big bucks: Meet the youngest self-made female billionaire: Sara Blakely’s line of slimming undergarments, which she started in 2000, has made the 41-year-old one of the newest entrants on the Forbes billionaire list. Also included: Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk. source Follow ShortFormBlog

From Spanx to big bucks: Meet the youngest self-made female billionaire: Sara Blakely’s line of slimming undergarments, which she started in 2000, has made the 41-year-old one of the newest entrants on the Forbes billionaire list. Also included: Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk. source

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10:53 // 2 years ago
August 17, 2011
10:42 // 2 years ago
May 18, 2011
technipol:

Obama campaign courts cash off of birth certificate flap
“With Donald Trump abandoning his presidential ambitions, the “birther” conspiracy theory lost one of its most prominent voices. But now an unlikely group is looking to keep birtherism in the conversation: President Obama’s reelection campaign.A fundraising e-mail sent to supporters Wednesday morning offers up—for the donation of $25 or more—a “Made in the USA” T-shirt, featuring a picture of the president on the front and an image of his recently released long-form birth certificate on the back—a tweak at those who think Obama was not born in the United States and therefore not eligible to be president.
“Last year, the president said, ‘I can’t spend all of my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead,’” writes deputy campaign manager Julianna Smoot. “This is about as close as we can get.”The bid to raise money off of birtherism also needles author Jerome Corsi, whose book “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” was released Tuesday, a top seller on Amazon.com despite the fact the White House released a copy of the long-form birth certificate three weeks ago.“There’s really no way to make this stuff completely go away,” the Wednesday email reads. “The only thing we can do is laugh at it — and make sure as many other people as possible are in on the joke.””—LATIMES
(h/t abcnewsradio)

The shirt says “Made in the USA” but the tag on  the shirt probably says “Made in China,” leading to a whole new  generation of conspiracy theorists we like to call Taggers.

technipol:

Obama campaign courts cash off of birth certificate flap

“With Donald Trump abandoning his presidential ambitions, the “birther” conspiracy theory lost one of its most prominent voices. But now an unlikely group is looking to keep birtherism in the conversation: President Obama’s reelection campaign.

A fundraising e-mail sent to supporters Wednesday morning offers up—for the donation of $25 or more—a “Made in the USA” T-shirt, featuring a picture of the president on the front and an image of his recently released long-form birth certificate on the back—a tweak at those who think Obama was not born in the United States and therefore not eligible to be president.

“Last year, the president said, ‘I can’t spend all of my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead,’” writes deputy campaign manager Julianna Smoot. “This is about as close as we can get.”

The bid to raise money off of birtherism also needles author Jerome Corsi, whose book “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” was released Tuesday, a top seller on Amazon.com despite the fact the White House released a copy of the long-form birth certificate three weeks ago.

“There’s really no way to make this stuff completely go away,” the Wednesday email reads. “The only thing we can do is laugh at it — and make sure as many other people as possible are in on the joke.””—LATIMES

(h/t abcnewsradio)

The shirt says “Made in the USA” but the tag on the shirt probably says “Made in China,” leading to a whole new generation of conspiracy theorists we like to call Taggers.

14:51 // 2 years ago