January 04, 2009
Weekend link dump for January 4

Have we forgot auld acquaintance yet?

The twelve days of HMNS. And may I be the first to wish y'all a happy hundredth birthday.

Sixteen more days.

Why, Australia, why?

Is there any problem for which Republicans do not prescribe tax cuts as the solution? Anything? A related question that really needs to be asked these guys is "What level of taxation is low enough that no further tax cuts are needed, and why don't you just propose that instead of all these apparently insufficient intermediate steps?" I think we all know what the answers to those questions are, but they should still be asked.

Did 2008 feel like it would never end? It did last a little longer than usual.

Ask a question about cheesy 80s hair bands, get an answer.

Congratulations to Karen Brooks on her new gig.

Mike Tomasky's 19 Worst Americans of 2008. Plus a few suggested additions from Steve Benen.

Along similar lines, here are some of the worst predictions of the Presidential race.

James Kendrick's Tech Predictions for 2009.

Teenagers who pledge to remain virgins until marriage are just as likely to have premarital sex as those who do not promise abstinence and are significantly less likely to use condoms and other forms of birth control, according to a new study. Yeah, no one could have predicted that.

Flickr: "The Far Side" Re-enactment Pool. Have I mentioned lately that I love the Internet? Via Chad.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on January 04, 2009 to Blog stuff
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