nprfreshair:

John Powers on The Newsroom:”The show’s so riddled with disapproval toward those who watch Fox News, read the tabloids or enjoy reality TV that it feeds the cliche of liberals as smug elitists who reflexively look down on anyone who doesn’t agree.”

To which I say, ‘So what?’ If conservatives can somehow make idiocy popular, maybe progressives should try to make intelligence superior. You know, like leaders and people with spines might.

nprfreshair:

John Powers on The Newsroom:”The show’s so riddled with disapproval toward those who watch Fox News, read the tabloids or enjoy reality TV that it feeds the cliche of liberals as smug elitists who reflexively look down on anyone who doesn’t agree.”

To which I say, ‘So what?’ If conservatives can somehow make idiocy popular, maybe progressives should try to make intelligence superior. You know, like leaders and people with spines might.

This robot is oddly cute/endearing.

Dolphins open their mouths and wiggle their tongues when they look at themselves in the mirror. If you don’t get why that is awesome, go ahead and un-follow me now. Otherwise, learn more here, with our friend Diane Rehm.
(h/t - elle, who has a more interesting tumblr than I do)

Dolphins open their mouths and wiggle their tongues when they look at themselves in the mirror. If you don’t get why that is awesome, go ahead and un-follow me now. Otherwise, learn more here, with our friend Diane Rehm.

(h/t - elle, who has a more interesting tumblr than I do)