And I watch none of them…
And the article:
If you think the weather here on Earth is “getting nastier, you’re right,” says Alex Kirby at Britain’s Guardian. A new report by the United Nations’ World Meteorological Organization — The Global Climate 2001-2010, A Decade of Extremes [PDF file] — concludes that the world experienced “unprecedented high-impact climate extremes” over the first decade of the 21st century, with more national temperature records being shattered than in any other decade on record.
For some questions on the above report see also:
You can do anything with math anymore…
This is one of those polls that drives me crazy.
Mommas don’t want their babies to grow up to be politicians, a new poll finds.
U.S. parents who are pretty down on Washington and don’t want their kids anywhere near the political world.
A new Gallup poll finds that only 31 percent of Americans want their son or daughter to go into politics.
Besides the non-sentence paragraph in the middle (doesn’t anyone proof-read anymore?), it starts with promise. Maybe there’s something to this. But then,
As it turns out, Americans have never really loved the idea of raising future politicians. Fewer than 30 percent of Americans have said they want their son to go into politics since the 1960s.
Sigh. So there’s no news here. It’s basically the same as it’s always been.
It kinda makes one wonder about the breathless quality of the headline.
But maybe that’s my imagination…
I suspect some rioting will take place if he’s found innocent.
The growing public acceptance of same-sex marriage and the legalization of marijuana are signs of that the idea of the government minding its own business — in most things — is gaining credence with the public.
And it has a map! #mapgeek
A Gallup poll has found that Obama’s Perceived Honesty, Crisis Management Key to Approval.
So there’s that.
And it’s a poll so <shrug>.
JONATHAN ALTER: There is already very little [illegal immigration] right now, if you look at statistics.
Matthews’ quote is, as media is wont to do, a broad brush that attempts to polarize. One group is one side of the issue, the other group is the other side of the issue. It’s what draws viewers and henceforth sells advertising.
Although MSNBC doesn’t seem to be doing that well…
Not that I’m comparing my troubles with Twitter to him…
Or to this…
Or even this…
Cuz I’m not paranoid or anything…. 🙂
I mean, they are private web sites so I have no expectation of First Amendment rights or anything.