From the Tumblelog February 20-26, 2011

Feb 26

twittericonRT @lancebangs Bangs episode shot at the conclusion of #E6 Holiday Surprise "Engine" Jeff Mangum #jeffmangum #neutralmilkhotel

twittericonWatching Errol Flynn in The Sea Hawk for family movie night. #fb

newsVoices of the Protest: Delivering Moral Support in a Steady Stream of Pizzas

twittericonme likey some Portlandia

newsCan the GOP Defend DOMA Without Defending Obamacare?

Feb 25

newsHow Medicare -- and health-care reform -- help with 'job-lock'

newsWho is holding the economy back?

newsPresident Obama Waving Grudgingly

Feb 24

newsThat makes sense, right?

twittericonWhen Battle of the Books started, there were 64 teams. After 2 rounds, there are 16 left...and Elliot is on one of them!

newsGrant allows Nouvel students to ‘rocket’ in class

Feb 23

newsCan Chris Christie handle the truth?

newsGovernor Walker's office confirms prank Koch call

Feb 22

newsAmazon Streaming Movie Service Now Available for Prime Subscribers [Amazon]

newsThe Poached Egg: Bono Interview: Grace Over Karma

newsWhat Did Walker Campaign On?

newsWorkers are workers, public or private

twittericonRT @ariannahuff Very sad news today out of Michigan: officials order Detroit to close half the city's schools via @HuffingtonPost

Feb 21

twittericonRT @jdickerson An alligator closes its jaws with 2,125 pounds per inch of force but has weak muscles for opening. With opinionated humans it's the opposite

newsHarlem Children's Zone founder Geoffrey Canada to speak at community luncheon in Saginaw Township

newsWrestling with conviction - ESPN

newsPostPartisan - Wisconsin: Dueling statistics about public employees

Feb 20

twittericonRT @davidfrum Lest we forget: Libya was elected to United Nations Human Rights Council in 2010.

newsMoney Won’t Buy You Health Insurance

newsWhat’s at Stake in Wisconsin’s Budget Fight

newsTop Five Myths about the Middle East Protests | Informed Comment

newsHow to add a ‘Note in Reader’ bookmarklet to your iPhone

newsWhere Have the Good Men Gone? -