July 2011

Shameless self-promotion

July 30, 2011 // 1 Comment

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Promoting one’s self is the new work ethic, so I might as well participate. And it’s not like anyone else is blogging these days. What’s my competition, an inanimate carbon [...]

Piers Morgan, insufferable twit

July 28, 2011 // 0 Comments

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The celebrity navel-gazer claims to have never authorized phone hacking yet, by his own admission, is intimately acquainted with the practice. “Stories soon emerged that the marriage was in trouble – at one stage I was played a tape of a message [...]

Georgia’s stupidest doctor strikes again

July 27, 2011 // 6 Comments

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Paul Broun, who repeatedly compared Obama to Hitler and says ignorant things every time he opens his mouth, stays true to form. Cut, Cap and Balance also would have raised the debt ceiling, which is why Broun opposed it, his spokeswoman Meredith [...]

Wealth does not equal talent

July 26, 2011 // 0 Comments

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Adam Sandler and Taylor Lautner are two of Hollywood’s 10 highest paid stars. Jennifer Aniston and Tyler Perry also finished in the top 20. Sandler’s next movie looks predictably awful, with a cast including Pacino in mugging mode, [...]

Michele Bachmann is an unpleasant woman

July 26, 2011 // 4 Comments

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(Re: Headline change. Trying not to sink to their level.) Nine youth — most of them perceived or known to be gay or lesbian — in the congresswoman’s district have killed themselves within the last two years, while “many [...]

Gaymos and Dandy return

July 25, 2011 // 0 Comments

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Actually, that’s not fair. Amos and Andy were offensive caricatures, no doubt, but were not vain, shallow, materialistic, melodramatic, backstabbing gossips like the offensive caricatures on MTVGay’s “The A List.” Yet the [...]

Streetcar skepticism

July 25, 2011 // 1 Comment

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I understand the Atlanta streetcar is part of a broader transportation plan including the Beltline. Hopefully it all comes together. But I remain skeptical of the city’s promises, and its priorities. The streetcar, which links Centennial [...]