Thursday, November 20, 2008

Opening Weekend Episode 27

This week Garrett and I debate on whether the "vampires" in Twilight are truly vampires, as well as the return of Animaniacs. Check it out!

Opening Weekend

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Losing a Pet Can Be Traumatizing

Losing two must make you go bat shiat crazy!

Friday, November 07, 2008

Opening Weekend #25

This week Garrett and I come back from a frighteningly slow Halloween weekend hoping that Bernie Mac, energy drinks, and a stupid dance song can revive the weekend. Check it out!

Opening Weekend

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Real Change We Can Believe In

Great read from Radley Balko of Reason on how the Republicrats and Demicans are making it more and more difficult for a third party to have any chance in government. This part really blew my mind about Libertarian candidate Bob Barr not appearing on the Texas ballot:

Meanwhile, in Texas, the tables were turned. Both the Republican and Democratic parties somehow missed that state's deadline to include Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on the Texas ballot. Barr's campaign sued, noting the equal protection problems with allowing the two major parties to skirt campaign rules while holding third party candidates to the letter of the law. Barr was right—Obama and McCain should have been kept off the Texas ballot. But Barr's suit was dismissed by the Texas Supreme Court without comment. Apparently, the Democratic and Republican parties are, to borrow a now-tired phrase, "too big to fail." They're allowed to break the rules.
Also, don't get me started on Prop 8.