Sarah Palin was once again the darling of this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, putting on quite a show for an enthralled crowd with her keynote address Saturday night with a wink and a bang—not to mention several swings at President Obama.
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Real life vaudevillian villain (without the mustache) Sarah Palin enthralled the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend with a rendition/perversion of well-known liberal Democrat Dr. Suess' beloved book, Green Eggs and Ham. Show More Summary
Oh, the places she’ll go. Sarah Palin did her best Ted Cruz impersonation at CPAC on Saturday, as we reported, with a bastardization of Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham that once again proves rhyming does not a poet make.
Sarah Palin took a page from Ted Cruz's 'Green Eggs and Ham' playbook at CPAC and proved she's still got the kind of knack for vapid conservative showmanship that makes wingnuts get on their feet and cheer, the L.A. Times...
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) delivered the keynote address at the annual Conservative Political Action conference on Saturday, revising the Dr. Seuss classic "Green Eggs and Ham" to criticize President Obama and Washington, D.C., in general. Show More Summary
Today is day 5 of the whole allergen free thing. We have officially reached grumpy. Hubby wants his coffee creamer, and I want my half and half for tea and my eggs back for breakfast. That being said, it was going okay until I decided to make some gluten free, egg free, dairy free […]
Never one to miss a meme, Sarah Palin took a moment during her speech at CPAC to resurrect Senator Ted Cruz's (R-TX) Green Eggs and Ham bit from his fauxbuster last fall, but reworked Dr. Seuss' rhymes ever so slightly to make the poem a scathing critique of President Barack Obama. See if you can catch the slight differences.
The speckled egg in this hypnotic gif is demonstrating an amazing evolutionary advancement. It’s a strangely pointy egg and it belongs to a Common Murre or Guillemot, a seabird that congregates in large colonies on rocky cliff shores and does not make nests. Show More Summary
By Charlton “Chuck” Stanley, Weekend Contributor A few days ago, there was some good-natured banter in the comments about Chicken, Alaska. Since I have relatives who do gold mining there during the summer months, I followed up with some reading about Chicken. This old gold mining town was founded in 1886. We often hear of […]
Sarah Palin, insprired by Ted Cruz who read “Green Eggs and Ham” during his filibuster last year, rewrote the Dr. Seuss classic during her speech this afternoon at CPAC 2014. This was a show stopper: “I do not like this … Continue reading ?
Ramen is Japanese soup made from pork broth, roasted pork, boiled noodles, and various toppings like vegetables, seaweed and egg. For many, the noodles are the main ingredient that the dish revolves around. But Primal ramen puts all the attention on the pork. Slow roasted pork, smoked pork shanks and bacon all play a role […]
The individual mandate in the 2010 Affordable Care Act forced the courts to consider anew the limits of Congress' power to regulate the insurance market. Now, a California law governing the size of hens' cages is testing the limit of a state's power to regulate interstate food sales.
Here is my greatest culinary achievement to date: Eight perfectly boiled hard boiled eggs, all peeled with ease. Never managed this before. Oh, and here is Steve and Shawn the animal whisperer watching the Pens earlier. I’ve basically lost Steve and Rosie to Shawn, and am holding on to Lily barely. I may need to [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
Fish cakes can be served as an appetizer or main course. Cooked Tilapia is combined with onion, celery, eggs and bread crumbs to form the patties. They are pan fried until golden brown and delicious.
Photo by Flickr user Pietro Izzo A California proposition set to go into effect at the beginning of 2015 is at the center of a lawsuit from five states. The proposition mandates eggs can only be sold in the state if they come from chickens...Show More Summary
Samuel and Leah break down the dwarves, locations, and Easter eggs in this buddy-up heist trailer.
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Last time it was eggs, this week it's distance. Read on to get the results from our previous poll and vote in the new one!