Weekend link dump for January 30

Personally, I think A Very Special Episode Of Blossom would make an awesome band name, but maybe that’s just me.

If only Little Red Riding Hood had had Creed on her iPod, she could have avoided all that trouble.

“Doctor! Doctor! It hurts when I do this!” The solution is left as an exercise for the reader.

For all the talk about “toning down” the political rhetoric lately, there’s still a lot of violent language being used on the right.

It would be nice if Supreme Court justices obeyed the law themselves. Heck, I’d settle for them not making excuses that assume we’re all stupid, if that’s not too much to ask.

You can always achieve consensus if you define what “consensus” is properly.

RIP, Jack LaLanne.

Tort “reform” is a scam, and a very hurtful one at that.

Tweet carefully, or else.

There are many things that should be taken into account when trying to improve the economy, but the fragile fee-fees of businessmen should not be among them.

“Oh, Lord, please send us another tech bubble. We promise not to piss this one away.”

I miss Norbizness, too.

You want high deductible health insurance policies, you can have them.

For most people, a choice between pr0n and Mitt Romney would be a no-brainer.

The world’s hottest chile is apparently too hot to actually eat. Which kind of defeats the purpose, if you ask me.

Ah, the good old days of computing. How I don’t miss them at all.

It always fascinates me how some people who would claim that people should be held accountable for their actions will absolutely refuse to hold prosecutors accountable for theirs when they wrong someone.

Calling all haters, this show is for you.

Nobody is surprised by this, right?

I’m so old, I can remember when Mean Jean Schmidt was considered the craziest member of Congress.

All Mondays in January are Blue Mondays to me. It’s just that time of the year.

You’d never run your household or your business by ignoring investment. Unless, of course, you’re a Republican.

The US Chamber of Commerce is in it for itself, not for the local chambers.

Visiting the alternate universe in which Mitt Romney was elected President in 2008.

When in doubt, read Ta-Nehisi.

Being disingenuous is always a good rhetorical technique.

Remembering the Challenger disaster, 25 years later.

Fly, ankylosaurus, fly!

Some reactions to Wal-Mart’s announcement of its new, healthier foods initiative.

Yeah, where have all the “Baby On Board” signs gone?

Atlas Scammed.

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