Though I saw it all around
Never thought I could be affected
Thought that we'd be the last to go
It is so strange the way things turn

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Linkee-poo is the man on the silver mountain

The infographic on the anatomy of an art agency. Yep, that's pretty damn close to my personal experience. Please note, no mention of Designer or Senior Designer (or Production). :: looks innocent :: I wonder who could have made this? (Pointed to by John)

There are just some things in today's world that remind me that the universe has a sense of humor after all. I, for one, welcome our new Lego Overlords. (Grokked from Dan)

Dear Artur Davis, "Asked why more voter fraud cases weren’t prosecuted, Davis told TPM that 'common sense suggests that the use of the names of dead or fictitious people does not leave a victim to swear out a complaint.'" No, Mr. Davis, you claim to have been witness to a federal crime. You were even asked to participate by those breaking the law (or had intent to break the law). It is your duty, sir, especially having been a duly elected representative when this happened, to report that crime. You haven't, have you?

A little reality check when it comes to the ZOMG! Lybia and Sharia Law! hysteria. Dudes, really, this is becoming embarrassing. (Grokked from Jay Lake)

More charts on just were the money went. You know how the news occasionally says, "Incomes were up this quarter by (whatever) percent," but your income didn't go up that much. Well, now you know, the majority of that money (after adjustment for inflation) went to the top 1%. So much for that "rising tide lifts all boats" concept.

Because it's not about the racism in this day and age. Wow, the DoJ just gave Rep. Lamar Smith the full broadside. (Pointed to by Dan)

Lookie! A newspaper doing what they're supposed to do. Namely, they're calling Michelle Bachmann on her "inaccuracies." I'd said it would help, but then most conservative voters (and especially those supporting her) aren't exactly reality based to begin with. And then they can always mentally brush it off as another example of the "liberal bias of the media." (Grokked from Jay Lake)

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