Funny of the Moment
March 5, 2006
"Yeah, you do know how a button works, don't you? No, not on clothes. No, there you go, I just heard it come on. No, that's the music you hear when it comes on. No, that's the music you hear when... I'm sorry, are you from the past?"
--Roy on a funny geek/tech support comedy (that I haven't yet downloaded or seen, just heard about mostly on BoingBoing) The IT Crowd
I REALLY need to get my video torrent downloading mojo working one of these days...
Image of the Moment
|--Hippo vs Antelope! From cellar.org's IotD... follow the link for more photos plus Antelope vs. Moe Howard...|
Aside of the Moment
Some public radio program just had Sam Donaldson talking about how he thought that cameras in the Presidential Press Briefing room were a bit of a mistake because you see the contention between the Presidential Press Secretary trying to deliver the "official story" and the reporters trying to pry and get more information, and that for many people their sympathies will be for the Secretary, that they'll see the reporters (who might have their own agendas) as hounding the poor guy who already delivered the message. That's kind of odd; my sympathies were immediately for the reporters, figuring the secretary to be a bit of a weasel who ultimately is an obstruction to an objective view of the situation.
Is it the way I politically bend, which I guess would reflect the alleged "leftward bias" of the media, that makes me take the side I do? I think I'd feel the same way even during a Democratic administration. Do people in general trust political figures more than they do the media? That's kind of sad.