Los Links 10/17

Since I’m back in the saddle with writing and researching full-time for a week, I’ve found I have more material than I can blog about.  The extra goes on twitter.  However, I realize that not everybody has twitter so I think I’ll do a daily post where I just throw out those links.  :)

I will call these entries “Los Links” in honor of one of my favorite bloggers, the underrated Dana Hunter over at Freethoughtblogs.  She used to do a weekly “Los Links” and it was one of my weekly goals to write something good enough to make the list.  :)


Glenn Beck jeans only $130 a pair! You’ll pay it because you’re a patriot and because they’re straight cut, like Jesus http://huff.to/P4GDUh

The wealthy supporting Romney, but betting on Obama. http://econ.st/Xk1yT6

Paul Ryan’s workout plan for America. http://bit.ly/Xk1jaQ

@jteberhard Pls RT & help us speak out against Irish transphobic @Meteor_Mobile phone ad #meteorshame – more info: http://www.gaelick.com/2012/10/meteoric-mistake/29008/?doing_wp_cron#.UH09D6qcvKM.twitter …

Ugh, the comments I have to put up with. You think this is bad, you should see my inbox. http://bit.ly/TtDnxj

Memo to the Winner of the Election: Good Luck—You’ll Need It http://on.wsj.com/PsxpBd  via @WSJ

Wondering who owns your politicians? Now you can know! :) http://bit.ly/V2z6I5

Gamers love Joe Biden. Mah people. #BadassLikeBiden http://huff.to/V4BNDp

Romney’s latest swing thanks to support from women. w00t people voting against their interests. Shoot me now. http://usat.ly/Rv6jFx

Romney finally releases the details of his tax plan! http://bit.ly/PzLi0o

Ever wonder why other countries laugh at us? Reason #16918762198461: healthcare. http://twitpic.com/3xkee8/full

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When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.