Saw this at Reddit, where the following comment made my day:
“Is that a baby creeper? It’s really short compared to the guy. And considering that it is all in one piece, I assume it hasn’t actually blown itself up and destroyed anything yet.
“So the way I see it, this racist dick just walked up to a little kid and destroyed his sand castle, just because someone who has the same color skin as the kid did something mean to him once upon a time. And now this kid is being taught that everybody hates him for the way he looks. There’s nothing he can do to change their minds. He becomes more bitter and hateful as each day goes by.
“By the time he’s fully grown the anger has been welling up inside him for so long, that the mere sight of some guy building a house just makes him want to explode.”
Here are a few key updates:
- Nothing has changed about your photos’…
Unfortunately, Instagram has determined that by using the service I am licensing them to use my photos (including metadata) in any way they see fit, including by selling them to a third party for advertising purposes. They’re also letting me know that they don’t need to identify an advertisement or sponsored message as such. Instagram, not cool. Unless this changes to an opt in program, I’m opting out of the service. Particularly as Flickr has released a new app that will do much the same thing I’ve enjoyed about Instagram, without all the nasty ickiness of privacy violations.
change your smile every once in a while kids
By Robert T. Gonzalez
Seth Meyers on the Steroid Era of storms.
Seth Meyers just nails it with regards to Hurricane Sandy, albeit in front of an empty studio — what with the superstorm, and all. Here’s the full quote:
None of the debates did they mention climate change. And I feel like every six months the worst thing that’s ever happend in the world happens weather-wise. And I feel like we’re going to look back on this time the way baseball fans in the 90s were like “No, nobody’s using steroids.”
We are in the Steroid Era of storms and yet there are more people in Congress who probably think this is because, like, gays are marrying… Than the fact that the world is just dying.