Sarah Silverman Schleps to Florida

30 09 2008
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US Cities Ranked

25 09 2008

Here’s a list of US cites from best to worst most liberal to most conservative.  I live in 49.

America’s most liberal cities in 2005

  1. Detroit, Michigan
  2. Gary, Indiana
  3. Berkeley, California
  4. Washington, D.C.
  5. Oakland, California
  6. Inglewood, California
  7. Newark, New Jersey
  8. Cambridge, Massachusetts
  9. San Francisco, California
  10. Flint, Michigan
  11. Cleveland, Ohio
  12. Hartford, Connecticut
  13. Paterson, New Jersey
  14. Baltimore, Maryland
  15. New Haven, Connecticut
  16. Seattle, Washington
  17. Chicago, Illinois
  18. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  19. Birmingham, Alabama
  20. St. Louis, Missouri
  21. New York, New York
  22. Providence, Rhode Island
  23. Minneapolis, Minnesota
  24. Boston, Massachusetts
  25. Buffalo, New York
  26. New Orleans, Louisiana
  27. Ann Arbor, Michigan
  28. Jersey City, New Jersey
  29. Portland, Oregon
  30. Daly City, California
  31. Atlanta, Georgia
  32. Dallas, Texas
  33. Hayward, California
  34. Madison, Wisconsin
  35. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  36. St. Paul, Minnesota
  37. Los Angeles, California
  38. Rochester, New York
  39. Memphis, Tennessee
  40. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  41. Vallejo, California
  42. Dayton, Ohio
  43. Bridgeport, Connecticut
  44. Springfield, Massachusetts
  45. Syracuse, New York
  46. Jackson, Mississippi
  47. Jackson, Mississippi
  48. Akron, Ohio
  49. Denver, Colorado
  50. Richmond, Virginia
  51. El Monte, California
  52. Pasadena, California
  53. Toledo, Ohio
  54. Eugene, Oregon
  55. Elizabeth, New Jersey
  56. Cincinnati, Ohio
  57. Santa Rosa, California
  58. Worcester, Massachusetts
  59. Kansas City, Missouri
  60. Kansas City, Kansas
  61. Durham, North Carolina
  62. Sunnyvale, California
  63. Alexandria, Virginia
  64. Fremont, California
  65. Tallahassee, Florida
  66. Pomona, California
  67. Lansing, Michigan
  68. Erie, Pennsylvania
  69. Savannah, Georgia
  70. Long Beach, California
  71. Sacramento, California
  72. Greensboro, North Carolina
  73. Hollywood, Florida
  74. San Jose, California
  75. Norwalk, California
  76. Lowell, Massachusetts
  77. Aurora, Colorado
  78. Columbus, Ohio
  79. Concord, California
  80. Norfolk, Virginia
  81. Salinas, California
  82. Columbia, South Carolina
  83. South Bend, Indiana
  84. North Las Vegas, Nevada
  85. Oxnard, California
  86. Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  87. Portsmouth, Virginia
  88. Raleigh, North Carolina
  89. Pembroke Pines, Florida
  90. Burbank, California
  91. Glendale, California
  92. Stamford, Connecticut
  93. Austin, Texas
  94. Virginia Beach, Virginia
  95. Salt Lake City, Utah
  96. Tacoma, Washington
  97. Des Moines, Iowa
  98. Athens, Georgia
  99. Bellevue, Washington
  100. Hampton, Virginia Read the rest of this entry »




Brad Pitt Fighting Gay Marriage Ban

18 09 2008

From the Huffington Post:

LOS ANGELES — Brad Pitt has donated $100,000 to fight California’s November ballot initiative that would overturn the state Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage.

Bravo Brad.  Bravo. 

I find it odd and disturbing that other than Ellen, Brad Pitt, and myself, there aren’t many celebrities that are open about their support for gay marriage.





1940’s Color Photography

8 09 2008

According to Mental Floss, the Library of Congress has recently uploaded a bunch of photographs to its flickr page.  And evidently there were some color photographs being taken in the early 1940’s.  It is stunning to see that the world wasn’t actually black and white back then.  Take this boilermaker from 1942 for example:

 

Check out the other photos at Mental Floss or browse through the entire collection at the Library of Congress’ Flickr page.





Obama’s Conspiracy

4 09 2008
Really?

Really?

 

I’m simultaneously glad and mad that I missed the conversation that went with this caption.  Only on Fox people . . . only on Fox.





Palin Parody

2 09 2008