How often is your first response to a given story something completely out of the blue/out of whack? Is there a difference between the source of the story being someone you know as opposed to a complete stranger?
If you’ve found a fun quiz while f-ing around on the internet, share it with us. :)
This came from the responses to this tweet:
Donald Trump, of course, refuses to speak out against his MAGA-Nazi base.
...well, there’s my contribution. :D
what are you eating/drinking? also, do you call it dinner or supper?
For alla y’all in NC, you may wanna make some calls/write letters/email your LOCAL (state-not federal!) reps today/tomorrow, because it looks like the R-side State Senators pulled sime major fuckery at a bit before 3 am on Saturday morning.
IT’S NOT TOUCHING THE FLOOR.
Thee’s n article on io9 about the 10 Worst Aliens To Be Abducted By or some shit like that. I’ve decided to inject some much-needed positivity into the issue of grab-happy alien life: of all the aliens in fiction, which aliens would you MOST want to be abducted by?
here’s a cool track to listen to while doing so. :)
Some architects are running this idea for a NYC skyscraper up the flagpole. It’s described as 4,000 feet “in length”, so I guess it would be maybe...what, 1,500 or 1,600 feet high?
Looks like you might get your chance...provided you can afford to travel to China, of course. The Chinese government has given preliminary approval to 38 different Trump trademarks. If no one objects, they will become official in less than 90 days.
looks like it to me.
You can tell us!
Posts pics, gifs, links to or descriptions of things you didn’t know you needed in your life until they appeared before you. The world awaits your answers.
You know - those songs that you can’t help but sing along with whenever you hear them. Here’s a couple of mine:
A few minutes ago, I was listening to NPR. They have a regular feature in which they get one author to review a book written by another author. I don’t know the names of the reviewer or the author reviewed, but her review was really touching. I’m actually interested in trying to find out who both authors in question…
Share your thoughts on dying, death and such; while you’re sorting thru them, you can read this.
I myself am off to see Seal, a musical pleasure that I haven’t had since November of 2003. Love that my ticket cost under $30, don’t love that it’s gonna cost $15 to park.
Is it acceptable behaviour to use someone else’s antiperspirant stick?