[Is Your Red The Same as My Red?] (Viewer #11,015,326)
Harry Reid’s take on the midterms: “the message from voters is clear: they want us to work together”.
Yes, like when you give your kid a Fisher-Price mower to “help” with the lawn.
Pixactly is both a game and a quiz that tests your knowledge of graphic space in pixels. You are challenged to draw a box of specified pixel size, both horizontally and vertically. The game keeps track of how many pixels you are off over five attempts.
I got 205, but I cut 150×110 and 75×75 images every day in my day job.
Let me know how you do.
A White House aide told The New York Times that, despite the beating Democrats took in the mid-terms, President Obama “doesn’t feel repudiated”.
Yup… in Obama’s head, nothing is a reflection on him unless a terrorist dies.
[Rainbow Man (Official Trailer)] (Viewer #128,313)
Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen said he expected the 2015 tax season is “going to be miserable”.
Mostly for the poor slobs in IT in charge of installing new hard drives.
Anonymiss of Nuking Politics picked her favorite punchlines to “In Its Lastest Act of Aggression, Russia Is Threatening…”
Click here to see if you made the cut.
Thanks to health care reform, Doris finally has an affordable plan. http://ofa.bo/j1ar #ThisIsWhy
“While all of her neighbors’ premiums doubled.”
Works like this: I feed you Moon Nukers a straight line, and you hit me with a punch line in the comments.
The White House is getting ready for Thanksgiving by…
A new report shows that Islamic terrorist groups post 90 messages on Twitter every minute.
Fine with me, as long as they end in #DoYouHearAnIncomingMissile
[All of #GruberGate in Two Minutes] (Viewer #45,940)
I’d have liked this better if each clip were clearly labeled with a date, because it jumps around a bit, but suffice it to say that if they’re praising Gruber, it’s 2009, and if they act like they’ve never heard of him, it’s 2014.