May162013
theofficenbc:

Your presence is kindly requested at Dwight and Angela’s wedding. REBLOG to RSVP.

Remember this?  www.angelaandy.com

theofficenbc:

Your presence is kindly requested at Dwight and Angela’s wedding. REBLOG to RSVP.

Remember this? www.angelaandy.com

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December152012

More regulations coming?

The deadliest school massacre in US history was in 1927 in my home state of Michigan. Why its aftermath matters now http://t.co/QLj6xc3I

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December22012

Wow!

(Source: htdeverything)

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October132012
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September162012
“The (NHL) Players’ Association and players need to take responsibility for future growth of the game and damage they are causing with the hardline position they are taking.”
     Bill Daly, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly
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September152012
Bow down to your robot overlords!

Bow down to your robot overlords!

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September22012
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August282012
thedailyfeed:

This Gallup poll has a long history of predicting the next president — and it’s currently pegging Mitt Romney as the winner.

According to Gallup, 12 of the past 15 elections have been won by the candidate who led the last polls before the first convention began. And in the Gallup poll released yesterday, Republican challenger Mitt Romney held a lead of 47 percent to 46 percent over President Obama — which is really a statistical tie, given the 2-percentage-point margin of error.
However, those on Team Romney shouldn’t put too much stock in the trend: Only three of the last six elections have held to it, after a long run of correlation. Pre-convention underdogs George H.W. Bush in 1988, Bill Clinton in 1992 and George W. Bush in 2004 bucked the numbers and came out on top against their better-polling opponents.


Call off the election, everyone!  There’s no point in having one since the Gallup poll says Mitt’s already going to win.  Just like New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.

thedailyfeed:

This Gallup poll has a long history of predicting the next president — and it’s currently pegging Mitt Romney as the winner.

According to Gallup, 12 of the past 15 elections have been won by the candidate who led the last polls before the first convention began. And in the Gallup poll released yesterday, Republican challenger Mitt Romney held a lead of 47 percent to 46 percent over President Obama — which is really a statistical tie, given the 2-percentage-point margin of error.

However, those on Team Romney shouldn’t put too much stock in the trend: Only three of the last six elections have held to it, after a long run of correlation. Pre-convention underdogs George H.W. Bush in 1988, Bill Clinton in 1992 and George W. Bush in 2004 bucked the numbers and came out on top against their better-polling opponents.

Call off the election, everyone!  There’s no point in having one since the Gallup poll says Mitt’s already going to win.  Just like New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.

(via ilovecharts)

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August262012

This one is for Grayson, who is training to be a Marine.

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9AM
from National Geographic

from National Geographic

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