60 Minutes, which has been harshly criticized for running puff pieces for the NSA and FBI recently, is at it again. Last night, they ran two unrelated yet completely conflicting segments—one focusing on FBI Director Jim Comey, and the other on New York Times reporter James Risen—and the cognitive dissonance displayed in the back-to-back interviews was remarkable.
from boing boing
on yer bike...
Dutch Bikers take on IS...
...hiring “drone operators”
Jason Ede has left the Beehive...
...a gunman, a terrorist, or a patriot?
I don't see 'disturbed individual' on that list?
It's a dogma eat dogma world...
pontification has become the new national pastime
Just so long as Key & English keeps the nation
away from 'Ponzi-fication'
the cadence of this little allegory
I recognised the rythym,but couldn't remember the source,
worth a reprise though...
Let’s see where this goes…
...I have heard it said, that a Little goes a long way...
water you lookin' out...
myriad mirrored photon plucker too...
a suitable case for tweetment…
…and in time someone inherits their username
and everyone still gets along,
Rizzo follows Septis,
Merkin joins a group,
Seamus starts a second account
and everyone just keeps on getting along…
Now you’re cooking with gas!
This elevator pitch has legs
(reading between the lines)
- I see a series…
Fur Pre-troll is probably available as a band name...
running with that idea and
for the more literary minded
how about Firpo Troll?
as the Golden Weather is ending...