Rick Santorum is Pathetic

These are the funniest couple of paragraphs I’ve read in some time:

Rick Santorum, who has seen his support rise sharply in several recent Iowa polls, was mobbed by reporters during an afternoon stop at a Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar in Ames, where patrons were gathered to watch Iowa State battle Rutgers in the Pinstripe Bowl.

Despite a tiny turnout of only a few supporters and some angry yells of “sit down” and “we’re trying to watch football,” Mr. Santorum said he was encouraged by the new energy evidenced by the media scrum that now follows him.

Time to give up Rick. It’s over.

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Being Poor

Being Pooris still one of the most powerful reads on the internet.

Some excerpts:

Being poor is hoping the toothache goes away.

Being poor is knowing your kid goes to friends’ houses but never has friends over to yours.

Being poor is going to the restroom before you get in the school lunch line so your friends will be ahead of you and won’t hear you say “I get free lunch” when you get to the cashier.

Being poor is people angry at you just for walking around in the mall.

Being poor is not taking the job because you can’t find someone you trust to watch your kids.

Being poor is a $200 paycheck advance from a company that takes $250 when the paycheck comes in.

Being poor is knowing where the shelter is.

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More Sports Guy Idiocy

His innumeracy marches on. You don’t need any context. Just review the math.

Theory 1: Probability 40%
Theory 2: Probability 1%
Theory 3: Probability 50%
Theory 4: Probability 60%
Theory 5: Probability 35%
Theory 6: Probability 10%
Theory 7: Probability 80%
Theory 8: Probability 80%
Theory 9: Probability 5%

Adding up to a total probability of 361%. Bravo.

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