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Weekend link dump for March 27

Spring is here, spring is here, life is skittles and life is beer…

All talk, and no action, that’s our Republican Congress.

The only quibble I have with this is that it needed to give more hate to people who hit “reply to all” unnecessarily.

Feeling hungry? Read this and you’ll feel full. Probably a little queasy, too.

Maybe time travel is impossible, but I know where (when) I want to go when and if it becomes available.

The main thing I wish Google would do differently is give you a way to sort your mail by size, so you can easily delete old mails with big honking attachments.

The Republican war on the poor is proceeding apace.

That’s another fine mess you’ve gotten me into.

So much for competition in the wireless market. Get ready to get bent, T-Mobile customers!

Hey, at least you can still access my content for free, no matter where you come from.

Yes, the downside of March Madness is definitely having to watch all those ads.

Relatively speaking, NPR is a bargain.

How many children will die as a result of a Republican-sponsored budget cut of vaccination funding?

How dumb are we? Or, putting it another way, how many people that leave illiterate comments on newspaper stories and blog posts about “illegals” could pass the US citizenship test? Not too damn many, if you ask me. And for the record, I got all 20 questions right.

Keep those kiddos facing the rear of your vehicle until they’re two.

Maybe letting go of all the journalists wasn’t such a hot idea after all.

How do you explain health care reform to people who have mostly been misinformed about it?

You want to keep government out of health care? Then this government intrusion into health care should outrage you.

We need another corporate tax break like we need a collective hole in the head.

From the “A word means precisely what I want it to mean” department.

Why Liyba 2011 and Iraq 2003 are not the same thing.

Apparently, campaigning as a moderate, then governing as a radical conservative isn’t something voters like.

What Leonard Pitts said.

Why do we use barrel-wearing as a signifier of poverty, anyway?

This may be the greatest search engine referral my blog has ever received.

Page not found. Really, really, really not found.

Wisconsin’s new junior Senator has no idea what he’s talking about.

Child obesity and policies to deal with it is a sad example of the bizarre ways that Obama hatred manifests itself.

Of sonograms and airport scanners.

I am here. You probably are, too.

“When we Congressional Republicans speak of the Constitution, it means just what we choose it to mean – neither more nor less.”

Roger Ebert eulogizes Elizabeth Taylor.

Fiscal conservatism, Mississippi-style.

It was the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire this year.

RIP, Geraldine Ferraro.

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