Baseball players, that is.
Of course, politicians of all stripes are not faring well among the public these days. But in data we have recently collected, the Tea Party ranks lower than any of the 23 other groups we asked about — lower than both Republicans and Democrats. It is even less popular than much maligned groups like “atheists” …
I haven't been reading political news these days, for reasons too obvious to spell out, but I couldn't keep my eyes from straying across this blurb on the front page of the NYT:
Assumuing we're not talking about spewing bullshit with a straight face, wrecking the nation in the service of Koch interests, or impersonating jellyfish, the idea of members of Congress questioning anyone's competence …
Full article here, if you must.
(Assuming you didn't think the previous one was, I mean.)
Flickr’s 6 Billionth Photo is Classy, Somehow Not a Picture of a Cat
The post, which also contains links to the two, three, four, and five billionth photos, is worth a look.
* And I say this despite my view that all cat pictures are classy.