Weekend link dump for April 25

The day Einstein died.

No, the year 1880 wasn’t a libertarian paradise in America.

The BYU women’s rugby team had a tough decision to make.

The scientific case for butt-slapping.

Photographing the Iceland volcano, whose name I can neither spell nor pronounce.

Why does Jean-Paul Sartre hate Texas?

If there had been such a thing as a notebook computer in the 1970s, it would have been wood paneled.

Maybe I should rethink Miley Cyrus.

Clayton Williams, meet Jack Kimball.

How will you deal with the end of “Lost”?

Unleash the IRS.

As Atrios likes to say, facts are stupid things.

The rich keep getting richer.

Solving the TP problem.

The case for Tim Tebow as the anti-Roethlisberger.

I didn’t even know there was such a thing as eyelash glue.

The case for nutrition information at restaurants in a nutshell.

The Supreme Court is a series of tubes.

A chicken in every doctor’s office! And now you can calculate how many chickens you’ll need to pay for that MRI or whatever.

Why the teabaggers aren’t touching financial reform.

Diversity comes to Riverdale High School.

In case you needed a reminder why we needed health care reform.

More reconciliation, please.

Minnesota Republicans up the craziness ante.

Darn it, I forgot to celebrate Charles Krauthammer Day again this year. Next year for sure!

Nothing says “limited government” like invasive state-mandated medical procedures.

Those who forget the past are condemned to be duped again.

It’s just different when you’re A-Rod.

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One Response to Weekend link dump for April 25

  1. Greg Wythe says:

    I always had a clue that Billy Ray Cyrus would have a part in how the world came to an end.

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