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From Twitter 09-15-2010


  • 04:42:27: Notable in this story: Putz gave up a home run, and Thornton got absolutely rocked. Halo is bad for baseball! http://bit.ly/cvdYXw
  • 05:46:19: Sorry UK, but it's not going to be ISPs who pay... at least without passing this onto you punters. You poor fucks. http://bit.ly/bTUPbP
  • 06:20:22: Looks like Sega's been focus grouping again... "Zombies are in! It'll sell millions!" http://bit.ly/ck3iBv
  • 07:06:52: Christine O'Donnell: Nuttier than a Snickers bar, but I'd hit it.
  • 07:19:51: If she wasn't such a kooky bitch, I'd almost hope for an O'Donnell win just to shut up the pundits who are saying "SHE HAS KILLED THE GOP!"
  • 07:23:01: You know what's sad? The O'Donnell win in DE reiterates that yes, sadly, Sarah Palin is still a relevant force. I will now enflame myself.
  • 14:12:55: RT @dekunda: I think Kathy is totally hotter than Cathy. WHO'S WITH ME.
  • 14:13:20: (Ah, shit. That last RT was about the Atlus game Catherine. Sorry, non-gamers!)
  • 14:14:33: *watches DMC trailer* I bet everyone's pitching a fit about Dante's look... *checks Twitter + comment threads* Yep.
  • 15:03:38: Sorry, DMC fans, but I'm with @jimsterling: the series is not entrenched enough to not change. This isn't Dylan goes electric.

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Comments

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sam767
Sep. 16th, 2010 07:12 pm (UTC)
I really hope this Tea Party business paralyzes the Republicans when they inevitably take control.
superbus
Sep. 16th, 2010 07:27 pm (UTC)
I think the Tea Party business is honestly going to cost them at least the Senate. It's already showing in Delaware, and I think New Hampshire had another Palin Approved™ candidate win. In short, it's playing well to far-right Republicans - the Jesus Freaks who, if Ronald Fucking Reagan himself ran, would be called a RINO - but it's not going to play well against a united Democratic front, and the independents who won't be able to ignore the freakiness in favour of the fiscal responsibility.
sam767
Sep. 16th, 2010 09:38 pm (UTC)
I hope you're right.
I also hope some good Libertarians surface soon. I can vote now, and I'd like to vote for them instead of these worn out nonsense parties.
Now would be a decent time, with fiscal conservatives possibly alienated by the Tea Party, and with Democrats just being blah.
superbus
Sep. 16th, 2010 09:55 pm (UTC)
I have been telling people for awhile: this is not the time to jump. Don't support the Tea Party, because their message of fiscal responsibility is going to come with a message of heavy social repression as well. These aren't libertarians, they're far-right conservatives in sheep's clothing, and in addition to cutting spending*, they're also going to cut social liberties, likely in favour of the churches.

* - Don't think they'll cut defence spending, though. Social programmes that benefit the poor? Unemployment benefits? No, that's redistrubiting (their) wealth! But they'll be perfectly OK with the spending THEY like.
sam767
Sep. 16th, 2010 11:42 pm (UTC)
I think you misunderstood; I want people to jump from Republican to Libertarian. :D

I'm also hoping Muslim Americans will get a little more socially liberal as a result of all of this Islamophobia on the right, but one can only hope.

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