In the next 50 years, I bet asteroid mining will be popular and a very lucrative investment.
Because John Oliver has the same writers as Stewart, the jokes are about the same, but Stewart definitely has a better delivery.
I’ve never been a big fan of the filibuster, but watching last night was gripping, it’s something in Texas politics I thought I’d never see.
I think the most retweeted thing last night was, “At what point does a female senator need to raise her voice to be heard over the male colleagues in the room?”
I’m one of those that feel you can’t legislate morality, and prefer to do want we can to bring the unwanted pregnancies down, which will bring down the abortion rate. Easier said than done, I know.
You know Sen. Wendy Davis had to be wearing adult diapers. But that sacrifice will be worth it to walk on to the national stage and motivate the normally quiet Texas Democrats.
I can’t believe no local news station was airing any of this, thankfully The Texas Tribute had a live stream on YouTube. Which leads me to this tweet: The #standwithwendy livestream is now >170k viewers, beating all but 1 cable news network’s ratings from last night. http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2013/06/25/cable-news-ratings-for-monday-june-24-2013/188811/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Tvbythenumbers+%28TVbytheNumbers%29 …
I’m a fan of Jerry Seinfeld’s series of taking well known comedians and actors on car rides and a cup of coffee. His latest is with David Letterman. The car they ride in actually is quite unique. It’s a Volvo station wagon with a modified Ford supercharged racing engine that was given to Letterman by Paul Newman. Their conversation about their time on Carson was interesting. At one point they just walk into a True Value and meet a few strangers. I wonder what that must have been like to just go to the store and run into Letterman and Seinfeld.