Monday, May 21, 2012

Daily Blend: Monday, May 21, 2012

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George Tierney of Greenville, South Carolina
George Tierney

House grand finale tonight. No more Jack Bauer, no more Walter Bishop (at least, until next season, which’ll also be the last), and now, no more grouchy gimp – I’m running out of halfway decent shows to watch.

  • New Jersey woman sued for sending a text message to someone who she didn’t know was driving and who then crashed.

  • Bill Donohue: Lawsuit to force the Obama administration to codify the Catholic Church’s stance against abortion rights is “a great day for those who believe in religious liberty”.

  • Two U.S. representatives want to remove ban on airing pro-U.S. propaganda. Because all that “American exceptionalism” twaddle doesn’t count?
    (via ThinkProgress)

  • George Tierney [pictured] of Greenville, SC, wants his hideously sexist attacks to be stricken from the Google. Let’s send a few hearty laughs his way.
    (via @todayspolitics)

  • The only thing better than John Scalzi’s brilliant post explaining straight White male privilege in videogaming terms is seeing Vox Day kvetch about it.

  • Incredible maverick fiscal genius Newt Gingrich is five million dollars in debt.
    (via ThinkProgress)

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