- Very quietly, New York Magazine’s Vulture blog may have the best comics coverage on the web. That is, if you like large free previews of new work with very little commentary.
- Republicans discover having just “the rich” as your base can really hurt you for voters, candidates.
- Everyone, even in white Appalachia, has gone to Internet Mean School.
- Experts think Wisdom may exist.
- NY Times: Older Jews in Florida are afraid of an imaginary Obama, who they believe is against Israel and keeps wife muffled. They may not have heard of McCain’s pastor friend Hagee and his “hunter”.
on NPR– here I go again– yesterday I heard a girl from Appalachia essay on her own un-racism. Personally, I don’t automatically think about racists when I think of that region of the country, but, apparently, most other people do. I liked her thick accent, though.
Wisdom may exist, but that doesn’t necessarily mean anyone is making use of it.
RJ: Just so we’re clear, I am not suggesting anything about the inherent qualities of the region with that post. I am just saying that even they have learned how to use the internet to say mean lies without any accountability.
JR: I’m just relieved there’s medical proof of it.