It turns out that politicians are the ones who should be cynical about us. Science is finding that some pretty weird stuff can make us forget what we stand for on Election Day.
Cracked: Mr. Assange, we have not crossed any of your ground rules. Now calm down. A big part of your role is coordinating Wikileaks efforts with the conventional media, and I know you don't want to get a reputation as a big interview-baby.
For the past few weeks I have journeyed through the Internet and documented my travels with such humbling clarity and insightful insight that it will stand as proof of my abilities. My only hope is that some years in the future-when comment sections are finally blessed with civility and literacy I am remembered with some commemorative statue.
Seriously though this bitch crazy.
personally, I always thought 'economy' was a virtually windowless van manufactured by the Ford Company. It seemed a little odd when people got excited at the prospect of it 'turning around,' but I just figured they were rape fans.
I donÃ¯Â¿Â½t usually write about politics. ItÃ¯Â¿Â½s important, but something I want no part of Ã¯Â¿Â½ kind of like a raw sewage treatment facility. But frankly, I havenÃ¯Â¿Â½t been this upset in a long time. And it's due to the logic-hating, herd-mentality rhetoric that some have been flinging in opposition to the so-called 'Ground Zero Mosque.'
Turns out many universally accepted national reputations have little to no basis in reality. Shocking, we know.
'Just paint the logo green, those idiots will believe in anything.'
Create your own adorable partisan asshole.