EDIT: Although you have to figure... once homosexuals (inevitably) get the right to marry as easily as straight people do, they'll have as many frivolous, ill-advised marriages as straight couples do and soon become as miserable as the rest.
Don't you see? We're forcing them to wade through a mountain of shit for their own good!
Last edited by stumpy; 2012-10-19 at 12:14 AM.
Dude, I don't think Merriam Webster is going to lose sleep over this -_-
You would think that, as an English major, I would be better at figuring this stuff out. Suppose I should work on that.
I don't have to think. I only have to do it. It always comes out perfect, but that's old news.
I liked the 1996 entry. One streak that Munroe missed is that no Republican has won the presidency without Ohio.
'Twas a cutlass swipe or an ounce of lead
Or a yawing hole in a battered head
And the scuppers clogged with rotting red
And there they lay I damn me eyes
All lookouts clapped on Paradise
All souls bound just contrarywise, yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
Obama on the Daily Show tonight.
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Also his answer about the Libya response was a good one. Paraphrasing here but: "Government is a big organization, and sometimes you screw up, and you fix it". So can we move past that stupid "issue" now?
*Mimes jerk off motion*
A nice list of logical fallacies. In picture form!
Kluwe will debate an empty chair over marriage*equality
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe wants to debate a supporter of the proposed Minnesota marriage amendment, which would limit the definition of the term to a union between a man and a woman.* But invitations extended to folks like former Vikings center Matt Birk and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann weren’t accepted.
So Kluwe will be debating an empty chair.
Yes, the tactic has been used recently by Clint Eastwood, but if no one will step up to the stage and take on Kluwe, then he has no choice.
The “debate” will happen Friday night, and it will be “moderated” by local radio personality Tom Bernard.* Here’s hoping he keeps the chair in line.