There was a great side discussion in my last piece on caucus replacements. I argued that caucuses need to die, and if states insist on maintaining them, they should be stripped of two-thirds of their delegates. Some people noted that such a penalty might hurt states at the whim of Republican leadership, and others noted that cost is always an issue. Show More Summary
“I roll around in my camel, with my hot ass wife and my kids yo! Why you laughin’?” Brandon broke his arm while playing baseball and had to take anesthetics at the hospital. Apparently one of the drug’s side effects is turning you into Gary Wallace.
Like this entry? Favorite it below! Name: Ryan Location: Austin, TX Square Feet: 650 Division: Little What I Love About My Small Home: I love the huge windows, 14' ceilings, and the view of downtown. I live on the "gritty east side" of Austin, and it's nice to have that lofty, urban feel in such a quaint residential neighborhood. Show More Summary
Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists he "never lost the dressing room" after his side all but seal another Premiership title.
The other day I asked if there was an HDMI cable I could use for my self introductions in classes. It took less than five minutes for a teacher to go find the HDMI cable and it to appear on my desk. And I was almost too scared to ask. The English teacher in Japan job is really funny sometimes. Show More Summary
Like this entry? Favorite it below! Name: Carina Location: Mafra, Lisbon Portugal Square Feet: 930 Division: International What I Love About My Small Home: Located in the outskirts of Lisbon, our small home is on the country side of the Sunny Portugal. Show More Summary
I like to keep things in my kitchen on the nerdy side. I don my Jack Skellington apron (yep, I actually own that), sip from my Hedwig mug, and pull recipes from Nerdy Nummies, and YOU CAN, TOO! I've rounded up 23 of the nerdiest, science-y, and fandom-filled housewares perfect for your geek kitchen. Show More Summary
As I mentioned in my piece on the home page, I’ve been saddened at the number of Christians who either sit out the battle for religious liberty entirely or actively take the other side. In my piece today I tried to address those whoShow More Summary
There's nothing like complete darkness on the side of a cliff to make you appreciate the body warmth of your climbing partner.
My guess is that the people who voted for Naz Shah at the last election think she did not go… The post Labour’s halfwits have revealed their anti-Semitic side appeared first on Coffee House.
By Sharon Mesmer First, there was the buying of the white dress, white fake fur jacket and white shoes. I recall my mother and me marching up and down Ashland Avenue, the main shopping street in our South Side Chicago neighborhood, in search of something that I would actually deign to wear. Show More Summary
A bouncer at a chic Lower East Side cocktail bar claims the place was so overheated it extensively injured his groin.
So, take the details of this article with a pinch of salt since my Korean is on the rusty side (and there's no English translation as of the writing of this story). What we do have for sure are the first screens of the upcoming Final Fantasy XI reboot for mobile. In a conference taking
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(April 27, 2016 12:02 AM, by Bryan Caplan) I am deeply alienated from the society in which I live. I regard our policies as criminal, and politicians of both major sides as evil people. My assessment of our society's opinion leaders is similar, though milder and less categorical.Many... (0 COMMENTS)
To her credit, my mother has always allowed me to go my own way in life, for better or worse. Even if she has something to say out the side of her mouth from time to time (like every black mama), she has never actively tried to block any of my movements.
As a LEGO model in my younger days (you know those kids on the side of boxes? I was one …
When Patti Smith's "Gloria" single came out in the U.K. in 1976, the record label bleeped the singer's cursing on its B Side, a cover of the Who's "My Generation" that was recorded live. "I don't need that fucking shit," she sang. She explained how the censorship angered her in...
I do not curse at them, but I curse around them. And they know the difference. I have always cursed a lot. I grew up on the Upper West Side and attended public school from ages 5 to 18. I learned the word “fuck” at 7 and started actively using it in my everyday vernacular at 9. Show More Summary
You may have noticed a new look at Both Sides of the Table today and that’s because I’ve migrated my blog to Medium. I’ve been planning a… Continue reading on Medium »