And while I'm at it, I liked it here better when we had PK, before Bronies, Ponies, Pokemon, et al took over and the site lurched toward teen fads & mania as well as a club for elderly ladies with a collection of cats peering into toilet bowls if you get my drift.
And now, the end is near, and so we face, the final (radioactive) curtain... (when #4 building collapses as is very likely.) But the news blackout will keep it quiet... for a while. Anyway, merry yuletime and all that stuff.
I really don't know what to think. My humanitarian soul wants to feel bad for the people, but my common sense mind wants to ask how anyone could ever think building something as sensitive as a nuclear power plant on an oceanic island near an enormous fault line was a good idea.
(cont.) And considering the situation in Fukushima, I better just STFU and play Bronies and Ponies or Pokemon and caption cats for the forseeable future, and simply forgedaboud all else, in the good old tried and tested Way of the Ostrich...
Another ahole pope in their fine old ahole tradition. Still defies reason how a woman with any sense could have anything to do with this bunch of old farting misognyists... http://cheezburger.com/7957684736
What about her: 14. Ayn Rand Ayn Rand [1905-1982] was a Russian-born writer who emigrated to the U.S. in 1925. Her first play, Night of January 16th, was produced in Hollywood and then on Broadway. Her autobiographical and anti-Soviet novel We the Living, was published in 1936. Best known for her sweeping intellectual masterpiece Atlas Shrugged, the fiction mystery allowed her to fully develop her philosophy of objectivism. For the rest of her life Rand lectured and wrote about objectivism, which she termed "a philosophy for living on earth." All of the books Rand published during her lifetime are still in print, and her philosophy is still taught at many major universities as one of the most important philosophical movements in the modern world. Objectivism is particularly prized by dedicated capitalists and economists and underpins much of the wider freethought movement.
I often come across various versions of your handiwork, in my travels in cyberworld. You did your bit to bring about the downfall of the Romney bus. Well done. http://katweezel.cheezburger.com/page/256
Okay somewhere I received bad information. I was born in County Galway in the northern part of the republic, but I did not live there. My parents had a flat in Donnybrook but I don't remember it. My earliest memories are of our house in Malahide. Ballymun, huh? Wow, I would never admit to living there. Ballymun is the toilet of Dublin, at least it used to be.
Paul Hewson (Bono) er, I liked 'Paul Hewson' better... was born in Ballymun Dublin according to The Word According to Wiki. So U2 I mean you two were born both in Dublin... I will try to get my head around that...
At least Scotch and Irish are both Gaelic. Someone here in the states once commented on my Laighin accent and proceeded to ask me if I was Canadian. WTF? Maybe it's because I try to sound like a midwestern American but inevitably fail at it. Did I ever tell you that I was born in the same town as Bono? I'm not a self-righteous prat though.