Remains of the Day, 6/2/08

UPDATE: Late additional link that I’m putting at the top because it’s so well-done.  Shannon is an awesome writer among many other things but you must read this post where she takes political supporters to task and asks them to just get real. 1. Jim Trakas is honored. 2. Geraldine Ferraro – I wouldn’t have…

Remains of the Day, 5/30/08

1. Excellent editorial from the Cleveland Jewish News that rebuts the stereotyping idiocy of last week’s New York Times article about Jews in S. Florida and Barack Obama’s candidacy. That gray lady is going to make her hair fallout if she doesn’t stop that kind of crap. 2. A new website for Obama supporters: Oh…

Remains of the Day, 5/29/08

1. Eeeee-uuuuuuu. 2. No, for the last time, no. Sheesh. Hattip Holly in Cincinnati. 3. GOP candidate for OH-10 Jim Trakas (versus incumbent Dennis Kucinich) comments on the OSU game ticket fiasco with Stte Rep. Widowfield: Lawmakers often give out the tickets to constituents, a local Boy Scout troop or other community group, said former…

Remains of the Day, 5/28/08

1. From Mother Jones: We want the lowdown on student activism, past and present. Been arrested and regret it? Would your school win the prize for silliest student protest? Was student activism way better when you were in school? Is your cause unique? Help us put together our best student activism roundup yet. It’s our…

Remains of the Day, 5/27/08

You know, people are starting to wear me down, and for people who know me, I mean, who really know me, and have heard or witnessed me go on a tear, that can only mean one thing – eschewing all decorum and being unforgivingly and unrelentlessly and unapologetically obnoxious. Consider yourselves warned. 1. Two-fer from…

Remains of the Day, 5/25/08

1.  The Columbus Dispatch bites and chews on the bone of speculation over who will be selected to run for Ohio Attorney General.  We could feed the world on the amount of words wasted on trying to guess at something we can’t know until we, you know, actually know. 2. Try to follow Eric Mansfield’s…