Archive for January 5th, 2013

Outrage in Milford (Update: The Signs are coming down)

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Outrage in Milford (Update: The Signs are coming down)

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I saw this picture on Facebook, from a liberal friend downstate, who was sharing it via an original posting of the very nonliberal Dan Gaffney. It is nice to know that the outrage concerning this photo is bipartisan. And what is so outrageous about it, you ask?

Well, you can read what it says in English. In Spanish it says “You have to have a permit to play here or you will be arrested.”

So if you are a white English speaking “American,” you can play here at your own risk so long as you have a parent or guardian watching. If you are brown, if you dare play here without a permit we will arrest your immigrant ass. That is the fucking height of racism, and I will see to it that who ever is responsible for this sign will have their public careers ended immediately.

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Saturday Open Thread [1.5.13]

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If you are still recovering from all of the revelry and working on getting back to it on Monday, maybe you’ll have some time to sit down with a cup of hot something and read some of these longish pieces from recent publications.

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5,000,000 other Earths in The Milky Way Galaxy

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One of those 5,000,000 is going to be the very first very earth-like planet to be discovered – THIS YEAR!   That means science’s long held dream of sex with blue chicks is just around the corner.

So, let’s do the math.   If only .00001 percent have intelligent life on them,  that’s 50 planets that can come and rescue our sorry asses with their pyramid power.  Either that or use us for food.

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Saturday Daily Delawhere [1.5.13]

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Saturday Daily Delawhere [1.5.13]

A snowy scene along 2nd Street in New Castle. I love the colonial flag.

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