The motto of the University of Rhode Island is “Think Big We Do”. There’s no comma there between Think Big and We Do, soooo it kinda read to me like Yoda came up with this phrase.
People live on, and get mail delivered to, their homes on Small Pox Trail. Now that’s an interesting address.
Near Kingston, Rhode Island by the University. I imagine this is where they infected the blankets that killed off the native population so there was some pride in that, way back when.
Business interests get it – government is a countervailing power in the hands of the people. That’s why they have to buy it off and corrupt it to work for them.
The mystery is why any average worker would think that the freedom of corporations to do what they like with no responsibility to anybody but their shareholders helps anybody but the shareholders.
Colbert is calling it the Superb Owl in order to get around the very litigious NFL and their trademarked “big game” (wink wink).
I got this picture of Cletus, a 15 foot tall version of the usually digital Fox Sports robot, festooned upon their remote broadcast booth in Times Square. The entire 5 blocks of pedestrian walkways are now taken up by temporary broadcast facilities from Fox, ESPN, NFL Network and key sponsors. Then down each block you have the support trailers that feed the broadcasts and underfoot are the 1000s of feet of wires linking all.
While taking the picture I was propositioned by Minnie Mouse. A diminutive young lady who makes a living taking pictures with tourists while dressed in a plush Minnie Mouse costume came over to me and asked in a decidedly Asian accent if I wouldn’t like her picture. I didn’t have a child with me. So it felt weird and not a little like a come on. I politely told her I was not interested in taking her picture. Then when I was walking away I noticed her dancing suggestively in front of one of the many Times Square cleaning crew members who was enjoying it way too much.
Kinky boots indeed.
Pre-cooked, foil wrapped bacon. Sounds like it was developed for NASA… and rejected.
We’ve allowed businesses to do all kinds of things to our land, air, water and people, in the name of commerce, that we’d never let our enemies do.
It’s always a good point. When does it change?