Of course, I still stand behind my liberalist thoughts on big banks: perhaps some people should go to jail and "too big to fail" needs to end. Is this really so controversial? And, of course, perhaps bankers should remember the title of this diary: be excellent to each other.
I'm trying to avoid being completely sucked into emacs. They have an RSS reader - maybe it could replace Google Reader?
I've been trying feedly in Chrome but it really pisses me off. Namely, it eats too much space on the left and right so I can't read Dinosaur Comics in it. What's the fucking point of an RSS reader if I can't read Dinosaur Comics in it?! I barely tolerated Google Reader because I had to turn off the sidebar thing to read Dinosaur Comics. Maybe feedly has a way to do that, but it's not readily apparent. I hate it so much. I hate it almost as much as I hate Texas.
I hate Texas so much. This is how I feel about Texas: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5d5jxJ5vbM Mostly the idea and the ideal of Texas. Texans themselves are usually decent people and I can be quite fond of them, but the state of Texas in both senses is rather odious. Ditto for the South.
Steve King (R-IA) is the epitome of Texas. I sincerely hope he runs for Harkin's senate seat in 2014.
Charter schools are an overhyped scam at times.
Apparently Wal Mart has somehow managed to get 25% of the American grocery market? Didn't they just get into that a few years ago?
Gilead is a good book about the intrinsic superiority of Iowa over the South. Home, too, its sequel, is pretty good.
I wish they all could be California girls.
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