My name is Caius Marcius, who hath done
To thee particularly and to all the Volsces
Great hurt and mischief; thereto witness may
My surname, Coriolanus: the painful service,
The extreme dangers and the drops of blood
Shed for my thankless country are requited
But with that surname; a good memory,
And witness of the malice and displeasure
Which thou shouldst bear me: only that name remains
"Coriolanus" Act IV, Scene 5
The awkward moment when your dramatic reveal is ruined when the man you almost strangled to death four acts ago doesn’t recognize you.
I wanted to follow this with a montage of “My name is Homer Simpson!” gifs from “Who Shot Mr. Burns Part 1,” but I love “Coriolanus” too much to do so.
Weatherman 1972 12x18 on Fab.
I might need this, as it was 75 yesterday and is supposed to snow overnight tonight.
Especially when they win 3 in a row over the Pirates. How the hell does a team that went 74-88 last year start out 10-2?
The NSA issued a statement denying that they exploited the vulnerability.
It is certainly possible that they are telling the truth, but this is an agency whose head has testified before Congress and denied that the agency was doing things that we now know for a fact they were doing. So grains of salt and whatnot.
If an organized hacker ring sabotaged security standards and major tech infrastructure for years, compromising the security of hundreds of millions of people and many governments including our own (and potentially causing billions of dollars in damages when these exploits were found by others), and exploited any flaws they found or created to spy on millions of people in the world including our own citizens, what should they be charged with?
Mass criminal sabotage, cybercrime, cyberwarfare, and computer fraud? Obviously.
Terrorism? Maybe, but not quite.
At what point do the NSA’s actions qualify as treason?
I’d say they’re well past that point.
My father rocking 70s style hair and glasses. His beard game was strong. #tbt
If I have kids, all of my parenting lessons will come from Calvin’s dad.
I think the American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid,” Moran said. “I understand that it’s widely felt that they underperform, but the fact is that this is the board of directors for the largest economic entity in the world.”
Members of Congress make $174,000 per year currently.
Moran added: “Our pay has been frozen for three years and we’re planning on freezing it a fourth year. … A lot of members can’t even afford to live decently in Washington.
recalled pencils from a 90’s anti drug campaign
BRB, going to go figure out the price for 5,000 of these.
Congressman: Members of Congress are underpaid
So glad this assbag is retiring.
The U.S. median income in 2012 was about $51,000. In Washington D.C., it was about $67,000, and for the D.C. metro area it was about $88,000, the highest of any metro area in the U.S.. So by any measure, members of Congress are really, really well paid, making 3.4, 2.6, and 2 times those median incomes, respectively.
Which is the long way of saying: Shut the fuck up, Jim Moran.
I got to play with some of my office’s toys today for a video shoot. Thus, I present my masterpiece:
Eat Pizza Every Day
My sweater and my shoes match. I assure you that was not intentional.