Jay Lake (jaylake) wrote,
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[links] Link salad is usufructory property

No Miles For You! — Another triumph for airline customer service. Go, Delta.

Kior ‘Biocrude’ Plant a Step toward Advanced BiofuelsA Kior plant in Mississippi will start shipping fuel made from wood chips as planned as it chases large-scale production. I've long wondered why this wasn't a much higher engineering and business priority.

Chick-fil-A Biblical Family of the DayChick-fil-A president Dan Cathy: “We support biblical families.” Today’s Chick-fil-A Biblical Family Rule of the Day: Selling your daughter into slavery (Exodus 21:7-11).

Ireland and Abortion: Cruelty disguised as piety, cowardice misrepresented as principle. — In which the forced pregnancy movement conclusively proves that dead babies are more important than live mothers. You people are disgusting. May you rot in your own hell.

Ryan Sees Urban Vote as Reason G.O.P. Lost — Shorter Paul Ryan: "Too many of the wrong color people voted." Darn those voter ID laws not being effective enough.

Romney Co-Chair: Voter ID Would Have Won Us Wisconsin — Confidential to GOP in America: If voter suppression is the only way you know how to win an election, maybe you need to find some new ideas.

Bobby Jindal rejects Mitt Romney’s ‘gifts’ theory — Not something you'll hear me say very often, but good for Governor Jindal. Hey, Money Boo Boo. It's called government providing services to citizens. Unless you consider the carried interest deduction a gift as well, you're just back to your 47% framing. Which betrays both a profound ignorance of the social contract, and a profound indifference to that social contract. Thus the wretched and miserable true character of Mitt Romney re-emerges.

?otD: How closely held are you?

Writing time yesterday: 0.0 hours (chemo)
Body movement: 0.5 hours (stationary bike)
Hours slept: 9.25 hours (8.75 hours solid plus napping)
Weight: 219.2
Number of FEMA troops on my block confiscating guns and enforcing gay marriage: 0
Currently reading: Memory by Lois McMaster Bujold

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