Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) intends to run for president — of the United States — and he’s been a guest on Alex Jones’ show.
In other words, the guy raising the specter of Obama using “weather weapons” to kill Oklahomans is the same guy helping influence several Republican policymakers in 2013.
Maybe it’s just me, but I find that rather alarming.
— Reaching the ‘weather weapon’ stage (via wilwheaton)
I was in Florida last week, and COULD NOT DEAL with the sports time zones. How do you DEAL? I can barely stay up for games on pacific time. Weeknights! How do you hang?
Listening to the Giants game, drinking a cocktail, scrolling through the internet. You know, the usual.
I have a SPOT of poison oak on my arm, not enough to be a legitimate problem, just enough to make me OMG MAKE IT STOP ITCHING HOLY SHIT.
Did you know we have a pond? Not like, a goldfish pond. More like, a couple of acres sized pond. A look at my pond on Google Earth type of pond. Spent Sunday basking in the sunshine with Gabriel. Taught him how to paddle the kayak. Then we paddled around on the paddle board, which is nice because it’s long enough for me to lay down while Gabriel flounders around. There’s not stand up sized paddle though, only the kayak paddles. Which, see above.
The belief that there was nothing and nothing happened to nothing and then nothing magically exploded for no reason, creating everything and then a bunch of everything magically rearranged itself for no reason whatsoever into self-replicating bits which then turned into dinosaurs.
Makes perfect sense.
Man, this bums me out, because I make a point of not shitting on people’s religious beliefs.
I don’t have any religious beliefs, and I think that’s okay too.
Although I’m an atheist, I’m a big believer in Jesus’s core message, as I understand it: Don’t be a dick.