ninety9: Why is it so hard to find election results? I mean, I admire that the Times did 531 posts about yesterday’s primary (and only 300 of them were by Sewell Chan), but how hard is it to make a page called ‘Results’ and then, you know, putting numbers in it? NY1!
The book chugs along on the fumes of innuendo for 40 pages, until, at last, we...– “Glenn Beck is the future of literary fiction”
And then Emanuel told Wilson to go home and get...
An incensed White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel went up to GOP Reps. Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Paul Ryan (Wis.) to complain about the outburst. “No president has ever had that happen,” Emanuel said. “My advice is he apologize immediately. You know my number.” [Milbank]
ninety9: josephweisenthal: ninety9: johncarney: “…our national life expectancy ranks 42nd among all developed nations. We spend more on medical care that any other nation, and get less than 41 of them. These figures are pretty clear.” — Roger Ebert’s Journal: Archives (via dminkin) This is the clearest example I’ve seen of the longevity bias. Health care should not be judged by life...
Are pumpkin spice lattes the bacon of September... →
maura: Just trying to get a handle on things here. Can’t wait for my reality to be augmented with tags and shit! So psyched!