Archive for July, 2010

The No-Fail Way to Make Me Roll My Eyes

Someone trying to tell me with a straight face that Sarah Palin is qualified to do anything. Advertisements

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One Of The Most Beautiful Beatles Recordings (via Joseph A. DePinto, LCSW)

George originally performed the song with a solo acoustic guitar and an organ played by Paul on July 25, 1968. This is one of the first takes. Original story on the Beatles Examiner here. … Read More via Joseph A. DePinto, LCSW

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Yankees 10 Scioscia’s 6 (via Joe D’s Yankees)

This would’ve been hard to swallow if that early 6-0 lead didn’t hold up. After Javy lost his groove and gave up the 5 runs, Juan Miranda hit a solo HR for a little breathing room. The bullpen being what it is these days, a little padding was necessary. Gardy get the hook (way too […]

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How Taiwanese News Sees The iPhone 4 Antenna Story (via Joseph A. DePinto, LCSW)

I'm a big Apple proponent but this is too funny not to post. Brilliant. I have an iPhone 4 and it is great. So I have to use a case… I would anyway. … Read More via Joseph A. DePinto, LCSW

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AJ Gets The 2010 Immature Douche Award (via Joe D’s Yankees)

That's right… you need to hide your face. A.J. Burnett cut his hands in an act of frustration after the second inning today. He came into the clubhouse and slammed his hands against a set of double doors, cutting his palms on the plexi glass that holds the lineup card. Burnett said he was embarrassed […]

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George Steinbrenner Cameo on Seinfeld

“The Invitations,” Season 7, Episode 22, May 16, 1996 Although none of the footage made it to air, the Boss did appear on Seinfeld, as his scenes involved him taking Elaine out to dinner in anticipation of escorting her to George’s wedding. Reports are that Steinbrenner disapproved of the horrific plot twist in which Susan […]

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The Saddest Senator: Why John McCain Has Become So Painful To Watch – By Jacob Weisberg – Slate Magazine (via Joseph A. DePinto, LCSW)

The Saddest Senator: Why John McCain Has Become So Painful To Watch - By Jacob Weisberg - Slate Magazine

This article illustrates the danger in pandering to the extreme right. McCain was a proponent of a common sense approach to immigration reform but he knew that in order to secure the 2008 nomination, he had to become a follower as opposed to a leader. Sad. Since losing to Barack Obama, however, he’s turned into the kind of party hack he used to live to mess with. In the last few months, McCain has flipped his position on dropping the military’s a … Read More

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