- Trees of green
- Red roses too
- Skies of blue
Writes the choreographer in a program note, “If we all cooperate to achieve our goals, we can share in their meaninglessness.”
If you can’t make sense of our guest columnist, not to worry. We can’t either.
In the scope of my research, a feminist programming language is to be built around a non-normative paradigm that represents alternative ways of abstracting. The intent is to encourage and allow new ways of thinking about problems such that we can code using a feminist ideology.
To succinctly sum up my research thus far I will outline the decomposition of my question below:
Christian girl goes in the woods to record her anti-gay rap/poetry slam. This is what came out.
To paraphrase David St. Hubbins, there’s a fine line between stupid and dumb as shit.
Rubio’s awkward sip didn’t hurt him. If anything, he connected with Americans who fear such a public-speaking moment–aka everyone.
— Robert Costa (@robertcostaNRO) February 13, 2013
Our guest columnist is the cofounder of Google and profoundly naive.
I must confess, I am dreading today’s elections.
Not because of who might win or lose.
Not because as a Californian, my vote for President will count 1/3 as much as an Alaskan (actually it won’t matter at all — I’m not in a swing state).
Not because my vote for Senate will count 1/50 as much as an Alaskan.
“The most important [debate] anecdotes, aides say, may not even be family stories, but memories from his days at Bain Capital. Bain Capital’s rise from an offshoot of a consulting firm to a major power in the private-equity world is something Romney takes prides in, and his advisers hope that the candidate defines those years on his own terms.” [NRO, via TPM]