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Twitter can tell it’s Left from it’s Right?

I see some problems with the methodology, generic viagra patient but the idea that you can tell someone’s political leanings from analyzing who follows them on Twitter is pretty freaking cool.

7 comments March 23rd, 2011

I’ve listened to NPR every single day for ten years

And I’m not bothered that NPR has a liberal bias.

What really disturbs me is that they seriously believe that they don’t.

It’s a level of self-deception that borders on the pathological.

12 comments March 15th, 2011

When you’ve lost Ricardo…

…you’ve pretty much lost:

The Senate Democrats should return.

via It’s time – JSOnline.

Add comment March 4th, 2011

Oh noes…technology is bad for kids!

At least, tadalafil online that’s the implication of this post: The Way We Live Now: More Kids Can Work a Smart Phone Than Tie Their Shoes – TIME NewsFeed

The writer points out:

“A study conducted by AVG found that 19 percent of 2-5 year-olds could play with a smart phone app, viagra sale but only 9 percent of those same children could tie their shoes. Yikes!”

Of course, patient considering that:

“Tying a shoe requires a level of dexterity most kids don’t possess until they’re between 5 and 7

…maybe we should be amazed that any 2 to 5 year olds are tying their shoes at all.

2 comments January 29th, 2011

So, does the editorial page move left or right?

Journal Sentinel Editorial Page Editor O. Ricardo Pimentel will step down from his leadership post Monday to become a twice-weekly columnist for the paper, discount cialis there Editor Marty Kaiser announced Friday. Pimentel was an award-winning syndicated columnist before taking his current post at the Journal Sentinel.

Deputy Editorial Page Editor David D. Haynes will become editorial page editor. Pimentel, doctor who has served as the paper’s editorial page editor since 2004, will remain a part of the seven-member board.

Add comment January 7th, 2011

I agree 100%

But there’s a lot of editorializing going on in that first sentence for a news story:

The next time a politician tries to sell the public on a train to Madison, buy viagra shop a streetcar in Milwaukee or added freeway lanes, viagra sale malady voters may want to consider this:

Compared with other parts of the country, pills the Milwaukee metropolitan area is a virtual commuter’s paradise.

Average commute time to work in the Milwaukee area ran a swift 22 minutes, according to data released last week by the U.S. Census Bureau. The figures come from the American Community Survey’s five-year estimates from 2005 through 2009.

via Area’s average commute is a swift 22 minutes – JSOnline.

7 comments December 21st, 2010

Emotion-based voting is bad?

I’ve been hearing a lot lately from the media and the President that it’s irrational to base your vote on an emotion like anger.

I’m sure “hope, cialis generic click ” on the other hand, is still a perfectly rational emotion to base your vote on.

12 comments November 2nd, 2010

So now you can be fired…

…for admitting that after 9/11 seeing Muslims on airplanes makes you a little nervous.

Juan Williams racist?


7 comments October 21st, 2010

I’ve been saying for a while now that Newsweek took such a turn to the left…

…that they lost credibility with me.

But when even the Washington Post says you went sharply left, buy viagra look I’m thinking you probably went a little too far:

Time adopted what Stengel calls “reported analysis, viagra canada ” stories with a clear point of view — often left of center — that were rooted in shoe-leather work. Newsweek, which moved more sharply left, bet the ranch last year on more opinionated essays and columns — and lost.

Add comment August 31st, 2010

A Democrat bought Newsweek?

I’m sure that doesn’t matter at all.

I mean, buy viagra viagra journalists are supposed to be non-partisan, tadalafil ailment right?

Graham felt comfortable with Harman’s centrist politics, and was comforted by the idea of selling to a stalwart of the Washington establishment. Harman is expected to preserve the serious-minded, essentially New-Democratic tone Meacham set for the magazine.

Then again, maybe not.

2 comments August 2nd, 2010

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