Los Links Halloween Edition

Take all my twitterings from yesterday!


Dinesh D’Souza is Now Being Accused of Stealing | Debunking Christianity http://fb.me/1myAhekqU

RT @phillipanderson Ya know those firefighters fighting a neighborhood sized fire in the middle of a hurricane? Yeah. That’s “big government.”

That is freaking awesome! RT @Durgen77: @jteberhard I thought this would be useful for you. http://bit.ly/KWnuwk

Liberty Institute Lies About Winning Court Case Regarding Kountze Cheerleaders http://bit.ly/V595a0

Corporations hoarding more money than Germany’s whole GDP. Let’s give them tax cuts so they’ll hire people. http://bit.ly/PjCCdC

Gamer running as a Democrat in Maine. http://bit.ly/PjDI9m

“Legitimate rape” Akin almost tied with McCaskill. Probably all the votes from the believers on the moral high ground. http://yhoo.it/PjFbw9

Corporate profit growth 77.9% under Obama…but he’s bad for the economy. http://bit.ly/TmZKZ9

I scored 8/9. http://slate.me/TKOaDj

@jlloyd714 Early voting in Columbus: 4-1 in favor of Obama. What did I tell you? http://bit.ly/VfLeFS

Anyone missing a boat? http://updates.gawker.com/post/34650621315/anyone-missing-a-boat-its-on-the-tracks-just-off …

Red Cross does not want stuff like canned goods, but there are lots of ways to volunteer in NYC or donate: http://is.gd/VmvXq2

With @pandyfacklering at Dirty Frank’s. #GlennBeckIsAWeiner pic.twitter.com/1l5Advpw

About JT Eberhard

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.

  • John Horstman

    9 of 9, w00t! There’s some sort of rhetorical patterning that gives it away, though I haven’t been able to explicitly identify it.

  • Loqi

    I did the same thing, but the al-Qaradhawi quote still got me, because it suggested education for women. Apparently that’s not as big of a no-no in Egypt.


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