Saturday, November 22, 2008

Today's Shared Google Reader Items, 11/22

I have people coming over at 7 for Rock Band and football (go OU!), but right now it's the calm before the storm. So, without further ado, here are today's shared Google Reader items.

  • I choose to read this url as "22 asses s." David E. Sanger of the NY Times editorial page took a break from trying to stir up a war with Iran to point out that picking competent people like Hillary (State) and Geithner (Treasury) means Obama plans to govern from the center-right. While ready the rightwing nuts trying to claim (now) that Obama is center-right, after claiming throughout the campaign that he was dangerously liberal (or even Marxist), is annoying, it's also hilarious.
  • 538 has an argument for why Obama should strike down "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" right away (replacing it with "Don't give a shit, you morons"). I agree. The part he leaves out, though, is that Obama should do things like this because it's the right thing to do.
  • [Most recent; this tag is just so I can figure out where I left off, now that I'm breaking things up into categories] Lifehacker links to a story about how to make hot sauce (Tabasco-ish stuff, not salsa). The article itself is nice, but the early comments have some great tips, as well.
That's it today. Comment below!

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