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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    I love the smell of webathon in the morning.

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

    I will donate snark.

  • Mickey Rat||

    Do you donate ice to Eskimos, too?

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    we'll be soliciting donations and giving away fun and interesting swag

    Does swag include a limited edition set of bobbleheads featuring the likeness of the Reason staff? How about a sexy Men of Reason calender?

    Hell, I'll settle for the website eliminating the character limit imposed on comments or at least increasing it from 1500 to 2000.

  • SweatingGin||

    I'll donate to get rid of the taboola-whatever ads

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    See, that's how a true Ferengi libertarian does business: impose some intolerable condition on your customer and then have them bargain for you to take it away.

  • prolefeed||

    If having to limit posts to 1500 characters or break them into multiple posts is your idea of "intolerable", then you have First World problems.

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

    bring back blink tags

  • SIV||

    marquee tags too !

  • Generic Stranger||

    How about bringing back the ability to imbed images?

    We had it briefly, but it was taken from us.

  • Ted S.||

    Hell, I'll settle for the website eliminating the character limit imposed on comments

    You want HERCULES TRIATHLON SAVINIEN to come back?

    You want long, long thread that are nothing but copied-and-pasted earlier comments?

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    What? Herc was amusing and he certainly added more to the threads than Palin's Buttplug.

  • Ted S.||

    I seem to recall Herc as posting long walls of text with lots of stuff [in square brackets]. Conspiracy theory shit, no less.

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

    He liked cats.

  • Generic Stranger||

    Herc's walls o' text weren't nearly as bad as when Mary went off her meds and started copy-pasting entire comment threads into multiple individual posts.

  • Generic Stranger||

    How much for a GODDAMNED EDIT BUTTON?!

  • SweatingGin||

    How about bitcoins?

    Nah, I'm probably holding on to those.

  • JeremyR||

    Go ask Chris Christie for some money.

  • SIV||

  • SweatingGin||

    You should auction site features (maybe for a limited time)

    Bid x, threading turned off. (P brooks mode)
    Bid y, pick the link color

    And definitely let us put a message in the bidder banner.

    "This is why Postrel hates us"

  • Ted S.||

    "This is why Postrel hates us"

    This is why there are no female libertarians

  • Ted S.||

    and one for our nonstop rat-a-tat newsfeed Reason 24/7,

    There are people who like 24/7?

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    "24/7"? Look to top right of this page. It hasn't been updated since Wednesday! What else could 24/7 mean?

  • Ted S.||

    24 minutes an hour, 7 days a month?

  • SweatingGin||

    By non-stop, he means nothing happened since Wednesday.

  • Ted S.||

    How much do we have to donate for you to bring back Lucy?

  • BiMonSciFiCon||

    Dude, DTAL

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

    Topless Colorado barber charged with cosmetology without a licence

    warning: "do not want" picture

  • Boisfeuras||

    Thank god we have government to grant cosmetology licenses. Without it, someone could get a bad haircut, and then they'd be marred forever.

  • Generic Stranger||

    That's John bait right here.

  • Ted S.||

    Look at all the cranks with no life posting here. :-(

  • ||

    It's barely dinner time here, Ted. You should post from a more luxurious weekend timezone.

  • Ted S.||

    In a few hours I'll be in bed. You'll be one of the cranks still posting here.

  • Generic Stranger||

    Life? Don't talk to me about life...

  • BiMonSciFiCon||

    So, how bout that Iron Bowl?

  • Ted S.||

    I presume everybody is rooting for Michigan State and Duke next week?

  • BiMonSciFiCon||

    Well, I'll be rooting for Duke, but I believe I'm the only one.

    Also, no one roots for MSU. No one. On Wisconsin (to the Outback Bowl!)

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    UCLA maybe playing USC but UC Irvine Anteater football is still undefeated!

  • SIV||

  • Rhywun||

    The real world is going to suck when they graduates.

  • Rich||

    Mel Goodwin, youth program director at the gay and lesbian community center in Las Vegas, said getting the hang of alternative pronouns can be tricky in conversation.

    Almost as tricky as getting the hang of Klingon pronouns.

  • Redmanfms||

    Fuck me people are bizarre.

    I really do wonder if people like this chick do it for attention, whatever attention they might gain, good or bad.

    Mel Goodwin, youth program director at the gay and lesbian community center in Las Vegas, said getting the hang of alternative pronouns can be tricky in conversation.

    No shit. When you have weird self-absorbed nitwits who are trying to reinvent their sex/gender and get all pissy when nobody knows what the fuck to call them I imagine having a conversation with them must be torturous.

  • Ted S.||

    Finnish doesn't have separate words for "he" or "she"; the word hän covers both in the singular.

    Or, people at the community center could just all use "it", even for the people who aren't transgedered/bigendered/whatever other buzzword is being used these days.

  • VG Zaytsev||

    Gender studies: making people dumber since the 60s, now declares war on grammar.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Speaking of Jimmy Boy Kirk...

    "Code zero-zero-zero-destruct-zero."

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

    A FOOTBALLER'S wife has been labelled "wildly provocative" after posting a picture of her washboard abs four days after having a baby. Her critics say she is placing unfair pressure on new mothers to lose weight immediately after birth.

  • Rhywun||

    It's weird that some people see "OMG how can I look like that!" and I just see "wow what an annoying narcissist".

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    Hey Maria Kang, what's your excuse?!

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    Actor Paul Walker dies in car crash

    "The Fast and the Furious" movie star Paul Walker, 40, has reportedly died in a car accident Saturday afternoon in southern California, reports TMZ.

    The accident occurred in Santa Clarita — outside of Los Angeles — when Walker's Porsche apparently lost control and crashed into a tree, TMZ reported. The car burst into flames and exploded, TMZ reported.

    A source close to the actor confirmed to Variety that he died in the crash as well.

    Too fast, too furious.

  • Generic Stranger||

    You SF'd the link.

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

  • SIV||

    God I hated that movie.
    CGI isn't driving.

    It took several viewings of Ronin and To Live and Die in LA just to cleanse my brain.

  • Aloysious||

    oooooo... Ronin. Good movie.

  • Generic Stranger||

    Paul Walker
    Getty Images
    Paul Walker
    UPDATED: The actor was shooting "Fast & Furious 7"..."

    There is a god...

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||


    Erin Gloria Ryan
    ‏@morninggloria
    why couldn't it be scott walker. :( #wisconsintweets
  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    Stay classy Jezebel.

  • BiMonSciFiCon||

    Staying classy is just part of the patriarchy.

  • ||

    Remember this the next time someone on Jezebel complains about internet "death threats"

  • Redmanfms||

    Remember this the next time someone on Jezebel complains about internet "death threats"

    Or when some fuckwit prog goes on a tirade about the degradation of civility in public discourse.

  • sticks||

    Replace "Scott walker" with "any politician"and she would be on to something

  • ||

    Too fast, too furious.

    ...too soon.

  • np||

    http://www.edmunds.com/car-new.....-dead.html

    Actor Paul Walker, 40, whose best known role has been that of Brian O'Connor in the Fast & Furious series of films was killed late this afternoon in a fiery one-car accident near his race shop, Always Evolving (AE) Performance. He was, according to his representatives in a Facebook post, the passenger in the car when it went out of control.

    AE Performance was holding a Reach Out Worldwide charity open house to benefit victims of the recent disaster in the Philippines, along with gathering items for Toys for Tots. According to the Santa Clarita Valley Signal's Web site, the car involved was a red Porsche Carrera GT belonging to AE Performance. The driver of the Porsche was reportedly Roger Rodas, a co-founder of AE Performance and regular competitor in Time Attack and Pirelli World Challenge events.

    I'd guess since this is his own shop's car, that "out of control" means that something went wrong with the modifications to his Porsche, resulting in a stuck throttle (I'm assuming the Carrera GT drive-by-wire)

  • Ted S.||

    Actually, it's more like 7 Fast 7 Furious. I think that's what they were up to.

    Of course, the original Fast and the Furious is better.

  • Mickey Rat||

    A report from beyond. as apparently the source died in the crash too.

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

    A gigantic "communal latrine" created at the dawn of the dinosaurs has ... The 240-million-year-old site is the "world's oldest public toilet"

  • Generic Stranger||

    So it's full of shit?

  • ||

    So, has anything happened since Wednesday? 24/7 is my only source of news.

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

    31 vehicle pileup in Saskatchewan.

  • ||

    Should have been more specific. Has anything happened in a real country since Wednesday?

  • Rich||

    Due to heavy fog in the area, police said other vehicles were unable to avoid the collisions

    Emphasis added. Fine 'em all.

  • Sevo||

    Thane is a cosmotarian!|11.30.13 @ 11:14PM|#
    "So, has anything happened since Wednesday? 24/7 is my only source of news."
    1) Millions of turkeys got a really hot ass.
    2) Reason staffers goofed off.
    3) Some Reason staffers now want money!

  • The Rt. Hon. Serious Man, Visc||

    Ohio man seizes multiple homes, attempts to claim them under obscure Ohio law

    A family in Springdale returned from an out-of-town visit to a dying relative to find someone else had moved into their home of 21 years. Their outrage has now turned into a court battle, pitting them against a man who says he has the legal documents to prove the house is his.

    WLWT News 5's Karin Johnson began to investigate and uncovered a dozen cases, all linked to the same man.

    Robert Carr went into the home on Springdale Lake Drive, changed the locks and emptied the house. The family said when they confronted Carr, he showed them a document he filed with the Hamilton County Court.

    It's called a "quiet title" and lays claim to the property because Carr said the family abandoned the house and gave up all rights.

    Family members said they are too afraid to be identified.

    "What he's looking for is full title and ownership of the home," the family's attorney, Alison Warner, said.

    Carr expects to pay nothing to take the home.

    "He's in their home. They don't know when he's there. He can be there now," Warner said.

    Johnson discovered 11 houses where Carr has filed the same paperwork. The homes are in Springdale, Forest Park, Fairfield and Hamilton. Seven of the cases were filed on the same day.

  • Sevo||

    There are strange squatter laws left over from the first 'progressive' movements in the early 20th-century. I can only hope the dregs of the current one will get removed before more damage is done.

  • Generic Stranger||

    I'm surprised the guy is still breathing.

  • Steve G||

    If it were me, they'd never find Carr again...

  • JW||

    Exactly. "Oh look, you're a stranger in my home with unknown intent...."

  • Archduke von Pantsfan||

  • amelia||

    Holistic nutrition or not, Hibiscus tea is delicious and I'd like it if it were easier to get.

  • JidaKida||

    Sometimes man you jsut have to roll with it.

    www.Anon-True.tk

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