Meghan Trainor's late 2014 release Lips Are Moving.
January 23, 2015
January 21, 2015
President Obama delivered his latest State of the Union speech, replete with calls for more taxes, calls for more co-operation followed by insults and taunts directed towards Republicans. He's done anyway. Don't care.
The New England Patriots balls were too small. Apparently they were under pressured and not regulation. So what? Do you believe that accounts for 35 of New England's points in the game versus the Colts? I don't. Don't Care.
A new poll is out indicating GOP voters are at best lukewarm to both Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney attempt #3. Voters don't care. It's an early poll so I don't care.
Negotiators are headed to Cuba from the U.S. to discuss human rights among other things. Cuba's dictatorial communist regime is surely laughing at America right now. They aren't going to change. They don't care about the same things as Americans - things like liberty and free speech. But this isn't going to get all that far all that fast. When Marco Rubio is president and reverses course on this, it won't matter. So I don't care. [For the sarcasm-challenged, don't buy the Rubio comment above]
Joe Biden's threatening to contest Hillary Clinton's coronation next year. Do I need to say it? Don't care. In fact, no one does, including Biden's family.
Academy Award nominations (and SAG awards, and Emmy's and People's Choice etc.) - DO NOT CARE.
The NASA assertion that the earth had it`s warmest year in 2014 was only made with 38% certainty. Nobody should care. Lick your finger, stick it in the air and test the wind. Your resulting scientific model is about as viable as anything they've postulated so far. Don't Care,
50% of the world`s wealth held by 1%. Is that fact supposed to astound us? I bet the ratio 100 years ago was far worse. Ancient Egypt? Forget about it. If you don't like it, do something about it. And by that I mean, innovate, not complain and pout. Don't Care.
Are there more things I don't care about? Yes. But I don't care enough to write about them just now.
January 19, 2015
It's a mere mathematical assumption at this point, but two more planets apparently exist in our solar system. I personally have always suspected that the gas giant Biden will be the next discovery,. Then, the farthest planet to be found from the light of the sun, will be a coreless planet named Hillary.
It seems a lot like the president's decision to normalize relations with Cuba are nothing more than something else he can put on his "list of accomplishments". 50 years from now if things are good with Cuba, president Obama expects it will be his name that gets appended to the positive news. It overlooks the likelihood that every piece of geo-political clean-up, and every difficult hurdle that comes with trying to make this work, will be thrust upon Obama's successors.
He doesn't care. He's working on his name for posterity. Nothing more, And by nothing more, I mean zero thought given to implications, consequences or soundness of the decisions being made.
January 16, 2015
Culled from the articles on HotAir, a recent Allahpundit entry discusses a poll that indicates only 36% of Americans believe that they have the right to blaspheme religion.
The problem? Of course you have the right to blaspheme. The real question is whether it's a good idea or not. The real problem as Allahpundit points out is the high number of "I don't know" answers. Yes people could be interpreting the question to mean should you do it.
Other than that Allahpundit does his level best to try and interpret the results. The problem is, there's too little information - about how the question was asked, the wording itself, respondents' views on religion and on civics, their knowledge of their rights - to explain it.
My takeaway from the survey is that it is a single dot in the snapshot of the American political and/or moral and/or civics landscape and as a standalone exercise it means and explains very, very little and can be disregarded. For now.
That aside, everyone has the right to disagree with the precepts of any religion. They have the right to do so respectfully or disrespectfully. The decision to do so disrespectfully should be carefully considered and not undertaken lightly. To insult someone has consequences. Those consequences should come in the form of counter argument, boycotts, perhaps even shaming. But to voice your opinion is, pardon the reference, a God-given right. No terror group can take it away from you. ISIS and Al Qaida believe they have that right, indeed obligation to do so. It would appear a number of Americans require a reminder, or a lesson, that such is not the case.