Monday, October 29, 2012
That being said, I fear the impact of this storm on the residents being impacted by it. Furthermore, I also fear the possibility of a Romney victory. While I am confident that our current President will still be our President when the sun sets January 20th, 2012, I am less confident than I would like to be, and as a consequence I think I am going to take to blogging my experience as an overly anxious man that prefers our country does not turn back to the policies of France prior to the Revolution of 1789.
I don't know why Romney does not just decide to come out and say, "I will fuck you, but I am white, and you like that."
Or has he?
I don't know. And today there are bigger concerns of an immediate nature. But if you are too lazy to drag leaders into the streets and cut of their heads for years on end, then please vote Obama next week (or sooner) so that we don't have to do that.
I leave you with this:
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
so much of what is found on the internet is part of a transformative era in social education. we have witnessed a change in paradigm brought upon by the interconnecting of millions of personal ideas, interests... "networks". information sharing provides content that informs, educates, inspires across cultural, economic, and political boundaries. regardless of your views about copyright protection and infringement - that genie is out of the bottle - irreversible, regardless of how some archaic institution incoherently meddles in matters beyond their control and comprehension.
as a demonstration of the importance and power of the internet, i present to you the following clip, which uses copyrighted material to bring an enriching social experience to the greater community. please contemplate just what the freedom of information means to you as you watch.