Things I've Learned While Living Next Door to...
*a pastor and his family and a SBTS professor and his family. So not exactly your run of the mill drink and curse on Friday and repent on Sunday set. Dave Ramsey is like right up there next to Jesus. I’m pretty sure the bible says something about the Father, the Son, and the Dave Ramsey.
Whatever, if I went to church on Sundays I’d totally skip it to meet...– I have raised my brother well
This is not really a victory of any sort or even necessarily something to be...– Sometime Monday afternoon, 1 World Trade Center will eclipse the Empire State Building as the tallest building in New York City. Via the NYT. (via joshsternberg)
Toast Easily: On Charity. →
gatm: I’m always struck by some retailers’ commitment to charity and ‘giving’, when most of their workers are barely getting by with the wages they receive. Point in fact, P a n e r a donates what is left over, which is quite a lot, at the end of the night to charity groups. Yet, workers do not get to… “Putting faceless, struggling individuals first would be much easier to stomach...
You know, President Obama wanted to move the dinner to the Kennedy Center this...– Jimmy Kimmel (via kateoplis)
It’s kind of hard being funny when the President is sitting right next to you,...– Jimmy Kimmel (via democratsaresexier)
Four years ago I was locked in a brutal primary battle with Hillary Clinton....– President Obama, White House Correspondent’s Dinner
inothernews: can you switch the Quote Post formatting back so that the quote itself is in in regular text but the attribution is bolded? Seconded. I don’t want to read that much bolded text.
I read all of the New York Times columnists. Krugman’s obviously one of the...– Barack Obama reads our website. (via newsweek) Take note Sarah Palin. This is how you answer the question when asked what you read. (via generalbriefing)
Even Vice President Biden seems to be aware of the show’s, uh, references to...– ‘Parks and Recreation’ gets on the political seesaw - The Washington Post
We have three leading political parties in America today: Republican, Democratic...– LONG LIVE THE CLINTONS. (via kileyrae)
Later, after the interview ended, we found Hillary sitting in a small chair,...– Ready for the Fight: Rolling Stone Interview with Barack Obama (via kileyrae)
You shouldn’t underestimate the fact that there are a whole bunch of little...– President Barack Obama, in an interview with “Rolling Stone” (via warrennotg)
…our elected leaders just want everyone to just “say no.” They do not want to...– Letter from a doctor to the editor in today’s paper. (via blissandzen)
President Obama to Do Popular Comedy Bit on...
notnadia: popculturebrain: While it was safe to assume that the President would be sitting down for an interview on tonight’s very special Late Night appearance, few would have guessed he’d be down for some comedy. Which familiar Fallon bit will he be joining in on? Spoilers through the jump. Read More This man. This man is actually the leader of my country.
For the first eight years of our marriage, [Michelle and I] were paying more in...– President Obama in North Carolina today on why Congress has to act to prevent interest rates on student loans from doubling (via barackobama) I’m weeping. Seriously. Thank you, President Obama. For getting it and for acknowledging this struggle.
The former ambassador to Beijing also told the crowd he was disappointed that...– Why Jon Huntsman Is Ripping the GOP During His Rehab Tour - The Daily Beast
A group of teachers I work with were discussing behavior and discipline issues today at recess and made statements about wishing they could spank or paddle some of the kids we have on our team. [[MORE]] It’s not the first time I’ve heard groups of teachers talking as though corporal punishment would be some kind of solution to the behavior of the students in our school. It’s...