What are you afraid of? That is a very good question, isn't it? It is so important I'll ask it again. What are you afraid of?
As children, and sometimes even as adults, we are often afraid of the dark. But it isn't really the dark that we fear. We fear what we imagine might be out there lurking, unknown to us, that is going to get us. The dark is just the cover that hides what we really fear. So, let me ask again. What are you afraid of?
Pinterest is a lot of fun in an Idiocracy sort of way. We’ve actually gone backwards from Facebook, to Twitter which is only 140 characters, to Pinterest, which is all pictures. What’s left other than sharing grunts?
Everybody knows how tough it is to be ugly, but have you ever considered what a curse being beautiful can be? There’s at least one modern day Helen of Troy out there who can tell you all about it and she’s spilling the beans in one of the most talked about articles on the Internet right now. Her name is Samantha Brick and this is her tragic story.
Congressman Ron Paul has always been very concerned about wasteful government spending, that's why I was very surprised to see this chart created by Gov.track.us which examines Paul's voting record (on a quarterly basis) since 1997.
The median percentage of missed roll calls for a member of congress is 2.4%. Since New Year's Day Paul has missed 136 votes while showing up for only 15. When you look at his record, missing 91.8% of votes, that makes his Congressional salary a horrible waste of federal dollars and that's just the start.
The top blue line above the X axis below represents the
Aaron Sorkin is about to unleash his vision of what conservatives and Republicans are like in a new HBO series called The Newsroom and it ain't going to be pretty. It seems like more proof that liberal Hollyweirders don't know anything about conservatives. They are all Pauline Kaels now.
This time it's CNN:
Recently, CNN enhanced audio of George Zimmerman — the man who shot Trayvon Martin — to try and determine if he did, in fact, use a racial slur while calling police on the night of the shooting. Back then, it sounded like