Instead of making all those room fresheners with smells like Prarie Flowers and Seabirds, how about a few more manly aromas like Motor Oil or Bait, or the ever-popular Sweat Socks?
Good news, nation: After an almost-month-long search by the National Guard, local police and health officials, an oilfield worker found a radioactive rod that the ever-reliable Hallliburton had lost on a 130-mile trip between fracking sites in the Texas desert.…The FBI determined that there was "no criminal activity" involved with the loss. We feel so much better.
This video, contributed by our Midwest bureau and recently discovered lying in a corner of our inbox where it has languished for a couple of weeks, is one you absolutely should watch. The video is at the bottom of this short page.
Jim Messina, the president’s campaign manager, said in a statement that Mr. Biden did what Democrats were hoping he would do, calling the debate a “clash between facts and conviction on one side and glib lines and empty promises on the other.”
That clash seemed to energize liberals. A commentary on Daily Kos, a liberal blog, concluded that Mr. Biden “delivered an eviscerating performance” and demonstrated “deep knowledge,” “huge heart” and “brutal honesty” during the debate.
…no way I am smart enough or deserving enough to breathe the same air as a Democrat - or even a Vice-Democrat. All that giggling and grimacing and smirking may have seemed an "eviscerating performance" to the wonks at Daily Kos (or the Times) but to me it seemed like Biden had been up all night cramming and the uppers hadn't worn off yet. There were some things I wanted to hear a little discussion of but they just got snorted at. (And do you really think Obama will go to the wall for Social Security in the upcoming budget debates? Can you spell "fat chance"?)
I say screw them all. I won't vote for Romney. If Obama loses Massachusetts by a single vote you can blame it all on me. I've been voting for 20 years with my nose held and I simply will not do it again.
Set your thermostat just one degree cooler for an eight-hour period each day during the winter heating season, and cut your bill by up to 5%. A bigger drop of 10 to 15 degrees while you’re out at work and asleep can knock off up to 15%, Zatlin says.
Of course if you insist on staying awake at work you deserve what you get.
Both candidates descended on Ohio on Tuesday, Mr. Romney beginning a multiday tour and Mr. Obama exhorting 15,000 at the Ohio State University campus in Columbus to vote right away, as polls suggested that his support was slipping.
Caracas, Venezuela (CNN) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez vowed to press forward with his socialist reforms after winning another six-year term at the helm of the oil-rich South American country.…
Or wait – they don't buy their voting machines from us, do they?
The presidential debate this week was much ado about nothing, and Mitt Romney beat Barack Obama because he was more energetic in distorting the significance of their minuscule differences. What generally has been celebrated by the mainstream media as a wonky debate over substantive disagreements on the economy and medical reform—“a fundamental choice about the future of America,” Peter Baker trumpeted in The New York Times—was nothing of the sort.…