Seems I got myself banished again. Unless I can remember how to get into my original account, 4.0 will be birthed in the evening of Aug. 19, 2013. It will be a beautiful bouncing baby boy. The mother is doing great.
The smallest issue with Kinja, that it isn't worth bothering too fix. But I wish I could see who stars a comment. After more than a few recommends, you can only really see the last five or six commenters when you click on the "and 5 others recommended your post." If a bunch of others also recommended the post, expand…
Today would have been impossible. Commenters were on fire.
Today we learned what it takes to make an awful.ly bad startup company name. One commenter told us how this made him/her feel.
Today we read a story about a group of deaf people who have lodged a suit against Starbucks for discrimination. This led to one commenter to make a very astute observation.
Today we are still dealing with the aftermath of Mr. Zimmerman's acquittal. Until a recent shaming campaign via Twitter of book publisher Sharlene Martin, juror B37 had announced plans to write about her experience dealing with the trial. Now that this wonderful piece of literature will never exist, one intrepid…
Today we were given a tweet about anonymous which led to a commenter not fully committing to his opinion.
Today we saw trouble in paradise, Egypt is having a few issues. If Egypt was on a reality show, she would be the drunk lady in the midst of a divorce. Well one commenter knows what is needed most on this the one year anniversary of Egypt's first-ever democratically elected leader.
Do I allow the abortionists to rule the day or the homosexuals. Nee, you shall both enjoy the limelight on this very special episode of COTD. Though John Venn will be rolling in his grave.
Today saw many comments worthy of mention, but only one knew what I was thinking and offered a fair rebuttal - how is this crappy use of space even remotely considered art.
Today John Cook alerted the rest of Gawker to that of which Mr. Vowel Hoarder had shared with those in the know yesterday - and that is that Gawker is facing a lawsuit flied by their unpaid interns. One of the tasks forced upon these indentured servants was to moderate the comment section. Which got one person asking…
Today we were enlightened by a tweet from HuffPo, which led one commenter to hypothetically retweet what the correct response would have been.
In the wee hours, we were entertained by a story of a drunken church goer, a black bear and some shared BBQ. This being Alaska, a most obvious inquiry to its relationship with Sara Palin was queried. And then answered.
While 500 people are looking at the second most read story, the Russell Brand interview has about 10k clicking on it. For reference, the number 1 spot usually barely breaks 1k. Interesting to watch an article go somewhat viral.
Today we learned about a Chinese remedy for a good misogynist fuck - faux hairy legs. The lay may be horrible, but he will make sure there is Kleenex around when he finishes on you. Which led one commenter to respond to his delight when he finds a nice pair of western Sasquatch gams.
In the wee hours of this morning, we learned of a bear who attacked a drunken church goer after sharing some of his BBQ. Being that this was Alaska, some have asked how this was related to Sarah Palin. Take it away...