What a field day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly saying, "hooray for our side"

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Linkee-poo is lyric-ed out

The dirty secret of writing, porn is highly lucrative. Especially kink porn. And yes, that article may be triggery for incest and monster porn. You can make money, but you've got to write a lot of it. (Grokked from Ferrett Steinmetz)

Yes, I've tried. I don't believe the result was successful. Maybe I should try again, like when I get a life again.

"We are up against Netflix and porn, people! The bar is low." McSweeny's on clickbait sites. Well played, sirs, well played. (Grokked from the Slactivist)

Sad Puppies, Rabid Puppies, and now Nazi Puppies. The ties that Dylan Roof has to SF. Don't forget to stay for the lunatic revenge fantasy at the end (can't wait, I've seen your side shoot, and I know my skills). (Grokked from Morgan J Locke)

You know, much of science can be boiled down to figuring out which way is up. In this case, we now know, definitively, which end was the head of Hallucigenia. (Grokked from the Slactivist)

I'm sure no business would be crass enough to fire a woman simply because she was pregnant. (Grokked from the Slactivist)

A chart of time spent in service to university, profession and mentoring broken up by race and sex. Just in case you believe certain people aren't "pulling their weight." (Grokked from Justine Larbalestier)

The Stars and Bars may be coming down in public places, but they're still burning churches in the South. (Grokked from Morgan J Locke)

"Canada’s green energy sector has grown so quickly and has become such an important part of the economy that it now employs more people than the oil sands." Unlike what the "think about it" campaign what's you to think about. But "Not only does the oil industry still get more substantial subsidies, she said, it also eats up a good deal of the country’s diplomatic relations efforts – through the lobbying for the Keystone XL pipeline, for example."

When it comes to conservative reactions to blatant racism, it's the same as it ever was. Then National Review then and now. (Grokked from Morgan J Locke)

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