An Americana tour of the towns you could replace with shutdown-rendered stay-at-home government workers.
Articles tagged "America"
"Meet me in the middle."
Because right now it sucks.
When you add up all the other factors related to what we stick in our mouths, the comparison gets even starker.
I’m not a fan of labels, but there is one I must accept.
To thank you for staying as free as you can on Independence Day, a cornucopia fit for a pilgrim on the Internet.
America really isn't that young.
The results for Rice's Portraits of American Life survey are in: We're nothing but a pack of fickle mush heads.
So you want to (Hell)fire the President of the United States? Just copy and paste.
In a few years it could be every reporter's must-have tool. But is this OK?
At least not as much as being born Swiss, Australian, or even Taiwanese.
Talk about a coke bust.
Rule 1 of the Internet: Nothing is sacred, except Ron Paul and anonymity. And especially not the White House’s online petition site.
The election is next week, and some of us will be voting on machines that may or may not properly register our selections.
The absurd simplicity of the whole idea — Fuck shovels and dynamite, let’s use nukes — hearkens back to the techno-optimism of the 50s.
Amateurish films funded by religious fundamentalists aren’t uncommon. But translate them into the language of other religious fundamentalists, and you can spark a hell-storm of murderous fury. Yesterday a chanting crowd of approximately 2,000 Eg…
Last night, if you were listening to the President accept his nomination, and were paying any attention to Twitter storm that happened simultaneously, you might have got a little sensitive to those keywords that Mr. Obama hit without fail. If you rea…
Let the character assassination, conspiracy theories and press circus continue. Amid what is perhaps one of the most controversial debates over human rights in a generation, some remain more interested in Julian Assange's ugly behavior, like how he "…
"True Thrush"'s concept is easy enough to explain: "Dan Deacon":http://www.dandeacon.com/ and Wham City compatriot/filmmaker/comedian "Ben O'Brien":http://showbeast.net/ filmed a 13 second scene, featuring the two of them. They then showed that scene…
NASA lays down the ground rules for any of its funded scientists that wants to talk to anyone from China.
It's sunny, 93 goddamned degrees, and in a matter of hours I, along with millions and millions of my fellow countrymen and women, get to cut loose and for 24 hours maybe not feel totally awful about being 'Mericans, for once. It'll be a whirlwind of
What does China advancing in space mean for the U.S.? Nothing. Or something. It's hard to say.