Eh, at least he’s working.
(Via Hot Air) Oh, this is good. Short version: Jon Karl asked Josh Earnest, quite often, if the administration knew about Hillary Clinton’s habit of ignoring government rules by never using (or even having) her work email. Hilarity ensued, if you’re into that sort of thing:
A free translation:
Which is good; it distracted me from immigration strategizing stupidity. Anyhow, finally got the old computer configured as the kid’s new computer and got the video editing software installed on the new computer. The latter was much easier than the former: the former was largely an exercise in doing the exact same thing six times in a row, until it inexplicably decides to finally work. It makes me wonder whether there’s normally a secret chant involved, or perhaps a spirit that needed to be placated.
Oh, like you haven’t wondered that yourself, sometimes.
You’d think that he’d be all over this, but no: “Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley said Tuesday he will not run for Senate in 2016, taking himself out of what could be a messy Democratic primary race to replace retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski.” That is… very interesting. Maybe there really is an internal Democratic movement afoot to
give Hillary the old heave-ho convince the Distinguished former Secretary of State that she should relax a little, and enjoy her twilight years. Certainly O’Malley would have much more of a shot in a completely open Presidential field…
Or maybe O’Malley just wants to spend the rest of his life cashing fat lobbying checks. I could see that, too.
Have you ever wished you could write your own Series Pitch or show one you’ve never dared post anywhere on the internet? Then the RPG Geek DramaSystem Contest is exactly what you need.
Make up a Series Pitch like the ones you can find in Robin D. Laws‘s Hillfolk, Blood on the Snow or Series Pitch of the Month, and send it to shadow_hexagram [at] hotmail [dot] fr (it’s fr, not com) before April 13, 2015 11:50pm GMT (London time).
I’m gonna do this, I think. No money in it, but store credit, and I need the practice. Besides, it’d be fun.
We all knew that this day would come. It was preordained. It was destiny. It was also apparently taken down within nanoseconds, but alas everybody reflexively screenshots these days.
— Stacey Lennox (@ScotsFyre) March 2, 2015
Vox. Sentences. I am in a perverse kind of awe. All this time I’ve tried to find the killer app for monetizing online progressive stupidity, and Vox stumbles across it like nobody’s business.
Well, this is appalling.
So Putin will launch an invasion of Ukraine to avenge Nemtsov's death? Bravo. Bravo. RE https://t.co/f2JSOYyw7x
— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) March 2, 2015
— Anders Östlund (@andersostlund) March 2, 2015
Both that the Putin regime thinks that it can get away with this, and that the Putin regime will probably be correct, at least in the short term. Sure, why not? Blame the assassination of one of the few remaining opposition leaders on a country that you’re planning to invade anyway. Who’s around to stop you, these days?
You know, I’m pretty sure that I’ve seen this movie before.