Archive for March, 2010

30
Mar
10

Roundup – Twilight Clap

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Line O’ the Day:

“Here’s another way Bradford could screw up his draft stock: By the Rams suddenly realizing that giving $41+ million guaranteed to a guy who won the Heisman two years ago by padding his stats against the absolute shittiest Big 12 defenses you have ever seen or ever will see, is perhaps not as wise as giving that money to fucking Kong.

“Quick aside: This is a football column, yes? And yet, here we are, talking about baseball. Even worse, talking about PRESEASON baseball, perhaps the most meaningless thing in the universe outside of a Foo Fighters lyric.

These Rays scare this Red Sox follower. Oh no! I’m so concerned for you! A young, likable team might challenge your deathless corporate douche factory!” – Big Daddy Drew, Peter King’s Monday Morning Third Base Coach [Kissing Suzy Kolber]

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24
Mar
10

Roundup – Steven Seagal and Wine

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Line O’ the Day:

“And, with a few very mild exceptions, Obama — since he was inaugurated — has affirmatively embraced one radical secrecy doctrine after the next that used to be controversial among Democrats (back when Bush used them).” – Glenn Greenwald, Obama Threatens to Veto Greater Intelligence Oversight [Salon]

“One Republican leader after the next stood up yesterday to depict the health care bill as a grave threat to democracy because it was enacted in the face of disapproval from a majority of Americans...Of course, these are the same exact people who spent years funding the Iraq War without end and without conditions even in the face of extreme public opposition, which consistently remained in the 60-65% range.” – Glenn Greenwald, The GOP’s Newfound Love of Public Opinion [Salon]

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18
Mar
10

Roundup – The Madness

Kentucky Violated NCAA Rules While Recruiting Basketball-Playing Dog

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Line O’ the Day:

“Among 19 fatal Toyota accidents where the driver’s age is known, 10 were older than 60 and five were older than 80, which may indicate drivers who were more likely to depress the wrong pedal or not brake with enough force. The median age of drivers in fatal accidents in 2008 was 39, according to U.S. fatal accident data. The median age, where the data was available in the Toyota crashes, was 61.” – Jeff Green, Margaret Cronin Fisk and Angela Greiling Keane, Ford Had 20 Acceleration Deaths as Regulators Cited Human Error [Bloomberg]

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