Feb

19

Bwoglines: Politics, Sort Of Edition

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ceci n'est pas un pizza
ceci n'est pas un pizza

ceci n’est pas un pizza

New CBO study shows that increasing minimum wage might increase paychecks, but also decrease jobs. Well, duh. (NPR)

The guy who shot someone at a Walmart isn’t being charged because he claimed self-defense.  (NY Daily News)

City council in Stoke-On-Trent wants to text its overweight citizens. Tax dollars at their finest. (Slate)

NPR’s got the new St. Vincent album on its First Listen program. Supposedly there’s flirting and defiant growls, so drop errything. (NPR)

Heroes of our time Anthony Scalia and Jon Stewart find themselves on the same page re Chicago pizza not being pizza (tomato pie was another name offered). (NY Post)

Non-pizza pizza via Shutterstock

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    "City council in Stoke-On-Trent wants to text its overweight citizens. Tax dollars at their finest. (Slate)"
    Actually a really good idea... better to spend tax dollars on this as opposed to paying their medical bills down the road.

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