Days 35 and 36 of 1,461 (or 2,922)

The Internet is a wonderful place.

  • In 2010, the State department began allowing transgender citizens to use their genders on U.S. passports. That sure was a nice thing to do. I hope whoever ordered that got to keep working in government for a long time.
  • If you’ve ever wondered why the perennially deplorable CPAC gets so much coverage when you can’t even name a liberal conference, this article has you covered.
  • I love this weather. But we’re going to pay for it eventually very soon.
  • Justin Amash, by the oceanic trench-low standards his party has set, has done fairly well. But look for the quote from Lindsay Wheeler.
  • Looks like treason season won’t be ending any time soon.
  • Nixon is turning in hell. Alas for the evil bastard that he didn’t have this worthless Congress.
  • That said, I don’t expect anyone to stay loyal to Trump should the racket start falling apart. Least of all Priebus.
  • How many Americans do Trump supporters need to kill to make America great again?
  • But seriously, Srinivas Kuchibhotla seems to have been a great guy. It’s a goddamned tragedy that he’s dead. đŸ˜¦
  • As much as I’ve bagged on Stein voters, Gary Johnson voters are also morons.
  • When the well is dry
  • And to close out the political stuff for tonight, an interview with Marshall Ganz, organizer extraordinaire and father of OFA. Much I agree with, much I disagree with and all worth reading.
  • There was a movie called Titanic, released in 1944, by Nazi Germany! It was the most expensive film of its time! The director was executed halfway through the shoot! The stand-in ship was later destroyed by the Allies, killing thousands! All of this happened!
  • Nintendo is simultaneously the best and worst game company. It’s quite remarkable.
  • Wonderful Wikipedia article: “Spite house”
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