28
Sep
09

falling behind

I’ve got a bookmarks folder in my browser where I put all the stuff I think would be good to post here. The oldest bookmark in there is from late July. There are 134 bookmarked items in the folder. So as you can see, I don’t always get to the things I want to post about in a timely manner. But! Although this is no longer as topical as it was earlier in the month, its still hilarious:

sing city chronicles: more fools

(in regards to the 9/12 protest)
“Rep. Kevin Brady asked for an explanation of why the government-run subway system didn’t, in his view, adequately prepare for this past weekend’s rally to protest government spending and government services.”

“Back in July HR3288, a Transportation and HUD appropriations bill, came up for a vote. It included $150 million for emergency maintenance funding for the DC Metro.
Brady voted against it.”

So, so shameless! It’s incredible.

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