And no… being a skeptic doesn't mean you're cynical about everything. Only that you're inclined to question or doubt opinions.
Oh mama grizzle word some other word, patriot, but opium, 9/11, Rock 'n' rollers and holy rollers, Right-wingin', bitter-clingin', some more words, squirmishes, something.
Yeah so she tried to turn her son's recent arrest on domestic violence into a campaign prop and vets aren't to happy about it. The the Department of Veterans Affairs almost immediately began tweeting facts about PTSD. In one flatly stating, "It's clear her son beats women. Less clear it's related to combat PTSD," he tweeted. "If battering his girlfriend and his reported suicide threat are related to PTSD, then it's probably not helpful to use as a campaign prop." Other vets started chiming in and the topic started to trend.
At this point I just have to ask WHY IS PALIN STILL AROUND?! OK except for comedians… Colbert hilariously mocks her ‘Speaking in Tongues’ Trump Endorsement Speech: https://youtu.be/_LPR7DktumA
I mean… what did they expect? According to a report published by the Consumer Product Safety Commission:
'The Darth Vader Infant Bodysuits were sold in five sizes: 3M, 6M, 12M, 18M and 24M. The garment has a gray body with black sleeves and trim. The artwork on the front of the bodysuit shows an infant Darth Vader holding a light saber with the text: “If you only knew the power of THE DARK SIDE.”'
Sponsored Data Is The Newest, Biggest Threat to Net Neutrality
Yesterday, Verizon announced its new sponsored data program. Those words are boring, but they’re just the latest in a growing trend from carriers and ISPs to undermine the core tenets of net neutrality. Here’s what it means and how it affects you.
They just call it "Sponsored Data". Oh… renaming it changes everything… except that it's still creating privileged lanes of data. This is the opposite of the primary tenets of Net Neutrality is that everything on the internet should be treated equally.
Net neutrality doesn’t just mean that you never have to pay for a fast lane. It means that the services you use don’t have to pay extra to reach you. Over the long term, this is beneficial to everyone, and encourages competition.
Looks like it's time for everyone to start non-stop complaining to the FCC.
It’s the 49th prime number discovered since the search began in about 500 BCE. The GIMPS project, located at the University of Central Missouri, beat out the previous record holder, discovered in 2013, by a cool 5 million digits.
Hilariously, the number was discovered using nothing more than an Intel Core i7 processor. Given that it would take you about 127 days to pronounce it's been nicknamed M74207281.