Eschaton: Same As It Ever Was →
wilwheaton: It would be nice if reporters would recognize that the Tea Partiers are just the same tribal 27percenter social conservative Republicans that we’ve always had with us. They don’t give a shit about “fiscal issues,” and they never did. They might care about tax rates, but they still want their Medicare. They care that their perceived tribe is not in charge, and are animated by the fact...
Dragon Age II
I haven’t talked much about Dragon Age II since I got it except to note that I am playing it a lot, and that’s because I really felt like I needed to finish the game before rendering verdicts on it. But now I have, so here goes. This game was incredibly disappointing, not because it was bad, but because it felt like it had so much potential that was just never realized, mostly...
History is full of bamfs
magalomania: “Historically hardcore” (via liller)
Penguin exhibition on Southwest airlines flight.
BEST XXX Story Ever
oryx: Personally, I’d rather she be playing Starcraft.
What would the Obama campaign think of the Obama... →
wilwheaton: The Obama campaign was only three years ago, but it had strong opinions on this sort of thing. “To lead the world, we must lead by example,” Candidate Obama said in October of 2007. “We must be willing to acknowledge our failings, not just trumpet our victories. And when I’m President, we’ll reject torture - without exception or equivocation.” But now we find there is both exception...
I love writing but hate starting. The page is awfully white and it says, “You...– Aaron Sorkin (via vanityfair) What he said.
Number of Republicans Who Voted To Cut Taxpayer... →
wilwheaton: With Big Oil raking in record profits, House Democrats offered a Motion to Recommit to the House Republican short-term spending bill this afternoon making a responsible cut to the budget: putting an end to taxpayer-funded subsidies to large oil companies. Repealing these subsidies would save taxpayers tens of billions over the next decade and even ex-Shell CEO John Hofmeister agrees...