Have you seen the most obnoxious political ad ever made? Please, take 30 seconds to check this nonsense out:
Spoilers for The Walking Dead’s season premiere after the photo.
My plan was to go back to the well with Emily Ratajkowski this week. The last two weeks, both devoted to her, have been great for my picks. Then I was watching the Chicago Cubs play the Los Angeles Dodgers last night and saw Emily sitting in the stands. Clearly very happy to be @dodgers …
As someone who is friendly with a lot of libertarians, I’ve spent much of the last few election cycles hearing them complain about others complaining that they (the libertarians) are throwing away their votes.
I’ve highlighted my distaste for fan theories before, so I’m not going to rehash that here. I just want to briefly call attention to this fine essay by David Roark over at First Things about the ways in which fan theories are, at heart, anti-art. Here’s Roark:
Hillary Clinton shouldn’t mention Israel in her campaign’s launch speech because it wouldn’t play well with Democratic Party activists, several top campaign advisers agreed last year.
I have to say, I’m a bit surprised by the latest campaign ad from Hillary Clinton. Here it is:
I live by the adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” and I hit a bunch of games last week so I see no reason to stray away from my decision to go all out with Emily Ratajkowski. There still is room for improvement, of course, so this week I decided to put all the pictures …
My initial response to this tweet from Dave Weigel—as was the initial response by many conservatives—was to say “well, yes, that’s true”:
Everyone loves Ken Bone not because Ken Bone is a high-minded philosopher or an everyman struggling to get by, but because Ken Bone rocks a red quarter-zip like nobody’s business. Ken Bone is great because Ken Bone reminds us that the best season is autumn, when one can really work on one’s layering game.
In the spirit of Ken Bone, then, allow me to offer the following ranking of sweaters/sweater-like apparel. All sweaters are great, but some are greater than others.