Kurt posted this up on the Union yesterday. Check it out.
“More or less a mixtape from the past year of sessions with some of the Dilly members, plus a final, stand alone part by Phlandus Alexander. Features riding from Kyle Stark, Matt Thompson, Seth Peterson, Reed Stark, Phlandus Alexander, and myself, as well as cameos by Cody Smiglewski, Dutch Master Bill, and a guy in a pink shirt.”
How unbelievably true, Bobby Jindal, denier of evolution, leading depressor of education in the American South. You are advocating an undeniably inferior education that puts science and math on the back-burner, the very things our young are lacking in knowledge.
And to whomever posted or reblogged this: google Bobby Jindal and read a bit about his views on science, then ask yourself about the intent behind his statement. Do you feel good about that copy and paste, or that reblog? Really?
“He was a proud and independent man who was opposed to unemployment insurance and never hesitated to whine, whimper, wheedle, and extort for as much as he could get from whomever he could.”—I feel as if I’ve known Major Major’s father all my life.
“I have been assured by a very knowing American of my acquaintance in London, that a young healthy child well nursed, is, at a year old, a most delicious nourishing and wholesome food, whether stewed, roasted, baked, or boiled; and I make no doubt that it will equally serve in a fricasie, or a ragoust.”—Jonathan Swift, A Modest Proposal
“Bowls with no seats. Pissing in sinks. The culture of public toilets. All those great diners, movie houses, gas stations. The whole ethos of the road. I’ve pissed in sinks all through the American West. I’ve slipped across the border to piss in sinks in Manitoba and Alberta. This is what it’s all about. The great western skies. The Best Western motels. The diners and drive-ins. The poetry of the road, the plains, the desert. The filthy stinking toilets. I pissed in a sink in Utah when it was twenty-two below. That’s the coldest I’ve ever pissed in a sink in.”—White Noise