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July 3, 2013
If I don’t finish in the top three for the next Nobel Peace Prize, something’s seriously wrong.
Dennis Rodman. We’re just going to go ahead and let this one stand on its own. source
22:42 // 1 year ago
Rubio Takes a Right: Senator Marco Rubio has began efforts to enshrine Texas’s draconian anti-abortion bill into national law, agreeing to become a lead sponsor of a Senate bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks. There is a zero percent chance that this bill, with his sponsorship, won’t attract huge national attention; it seems like an obvious attempt on Rubio’s part to re-ingratiate himself with conservatives, who turned on him pretty quickly once he started pushing for immigration reform. There’s also little chance of the bill becoming law until Republicans recapture the Senate and the White House. (Photo credit: Getty images) source

Rubio Takes a Right: Senator Marco Rubio has began efforts to enshrine Texas’s draconian anti-abortion bill into national law, agreeing to become a lead sponsor of a Senate bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks. There is a zero percent chance that this bill, with his sponsorship, won’t attract huge national attention; it seems like an obvious attempt on Rubio’s part to re-ingratiate himself with conservatives, who turned on him pretty quickly once he started pushing for immigration reform. There’s also little chance of the bill becoming law until Republicans recapture the Senate and the White House. (Photo credit: Getty images) source

16:51 // 1 year ago
14:21 // 1 year ago
Tanks are rolling through Cairo. Meanwhile, Reuters reports that the military has erected “barbed wire and barriers” around the building in which President Morsi is currently located (UPDATE: I’m having trouble confirming that this picture is indeed from today’s events in Egypt; some have pointed out that the people seem to be wearing winter clothes).
EDIT: As the Daily Beast’s Sam Schlinkert notes, this image is indeed from 2011.

Tanks are rolling through Cairo. Meanwhile, Reuters reports that the military has erected “barbed wire and barriers” around the building in which President Morsi is currently located (UPDATE: I’m having trouble confirming that this picture is indeed from today’s events in Egypt; some have pointed out that the people seem to be wearing winter clothes).

EDIT: As the Daily Beast’s Sam Schlinkert notes, this image is indeed from 2011.

13:22 // 1 year ago

Military coup? Egyptian president moved to Defense Ministry building, armored military vehicles fill streets

Don’t don’t want to jump the gun here, but it certainly looks like a military coup is in the process of taking place in Egypt. 

12:23 // 1 year ago

Wherein a man hacks Super Mario World so that it proposes to his girlfriend for him. This is definitely the kind of thing you get to brag about for the rest of your life. source

11:55 // 1 year ago
1:50 // 1 year ago
July 2, 2013
18:37 // 1 year ago
Pro-life woman tearfully explains to reporter: “We need to protect them [young women] from themselves.” #txlege #sb5

Pro-life woman tearfully explains to reporter: “We need to protect them [young women] from themselves.” #txlege #sb5

18:22 // 1 year ago
Hmmm (These signs were being handed out by pro life side). #txlege #sb5

Hmmm (These signs were being handed out by pro life side). #txlege #sb5

16:46 // 1 year ago