The short answer, you should know, is...Well, somewhere. The real answer is something along the lines of, Well, somewhere, definitely. But more than likely, that somewhere will be a place IP-geographically other than here.
Which is one way of saying See you around. There are any number of personal and/or philosophical reasons why things can't simply change around here, but I simply don't think I want (or need) to explain. At least, not here. Changes have to be made. Taking an indefinite hiatus from Unwell. is a step towards making those changes.
Remember Usain Bolt? He's the Jamaican sprinter who barely even broke a sweat in Beijing this past year when he broke every Olympic record in front of him. The 100 meter world record wasn't even a challenge, as he ran it in 9.69 seconds, celebrating for the last 10-15 meters. He then took down Michael Johnson's 200 meter world record—one which had stood for 12 years.
But wait, there's more: Sporting News is reporting that he's going to start running the 400-meter, and there is very little doubt he can easily shatter this nine year-old record as well—one also owned by Johnson, at 43.18. Whoosh.
Rote questions deserve rote answers. If you prepare your own 5-6 sentence response to each of the questions above and practice them until they sound completely fluid and natural, you can walk into any office with style and confidence and interview for literally hundreds of jobs.
Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson was tasked with giving a thorough, exhaustive review of the all new 2009 Ford Fiesta. He did. And given that we're in the middle of talking government bailouts for the auto industry and all, my perfectly innocent (and yet frequently voiced) question is this: Why the @#$% can't I get this car? Really? Oh: I have to wait until late 2009? Why? Why haven't I been able to get this car until now-ish? Don't give me the "It's too expensive to manufacture this car to meet U.S. standards" bit; that sounds suspiciously like, "We can't make enough of a profit on it to make it worthwhile."
I didn't raise the stupidity of the sacred constitutional principle claim before, because much more important than that in my view, was that people recognize that the Constitution means nothing if a majority of Americans reject it. If this were to come to pass, the principles could not be enforced. In the second place, conservatives need to recognize and accept that they lost the election and it is important for Americans to accept their new president. He may do things, AS PRESIDENT, that will cause them to oppose him, and that is fine. But first they need to accept him as President, because that is the way our constitutional system works. And it is the only way it works. —David Horiwitz
In case you missed it: the first single from "Incredibad," the coming as soon as February to a download area near you debut album by The Lonely Island, best known for their hilarious short videos on Saturday Night Live (SNL Digital Shorts).
FORT WORTH, TX—Cash-strapped American Airlines announced a new series of fees this week that will apply to all customers not currently flying, scheduled to fly, or even thinking about flying aboard the commercial carrier.