This Is What Bloomberg Sees

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Bacon Is the New Skittles!

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That Moment When People Come to Understand the Second Amendment

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In the middle of that night listening to the Boston police scanner, I evolved.

I realized right then that if I were holed up in my house while a cold-blooded terrorist roamed my neighborhood, I wouldn’t want to be a sitting duck with only a deadbolt lock between me and an armed intruder. There are not enough police and they cannot come to my rescue quickly enough. They carry guns to protect themselves, not me.

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Your Easy Guide to Sequestration

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Link of the Day: Satire – Obama Chastises First Lady Over Unsightly Panty Lines

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Obama Chastises First Lady Over Unsightly Panty Lines

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Wisdom of the Day: Wizards Jordan Baby Ricin Collins Baptize Suit Plight Economy

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The Coincidence You’ve Never Noticed Before

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A Word for Everything

I was thinking: We really need a new word that means everything. That used to be the word “universe” — it was a word specifically made to mean “everything there is” but now there’s talk of multiple universes so the word has lost its purpose. I want a word that means all there is or ever will be — whether we know of it or not or could ever possibly comprehend it. I.e., “No matter how much science advances, the extend of its knowledge will only cover an infinitesimal of the [blank].”

Don’t have a suggestion yet, but I’ll work on it. Just really seems like a word our language needs and is missing.

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Obama Warned Us – How Long?

From the day I took office, I’ve been told that addressing our larger challenges is too ambitious; such an effort would be too contentious. I’ve been told that our political system is too gridlocked, and that we should just put things on hold for a while. For those who make these claims, I have one simple question: How long should we wait? How long should America put its future on hold?

BARACK OBAMA, State of the Union Address, Jan. 27, 2010

I’ll say 2016. Does 2016 work for you guys?

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Now No One Will Want to Attend Prison

So now people are reviewing prisons on Yelp. This now seems like a good sign for a town wanting to reduce crime: “Caution about committing crime here: Our prison gets a really bad review on Yelp.”

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