A Note: Components of Autonomous Spending
Quote of the Day: October 28, 2011

Twitterstorm delong: October 27, 2011

  • RT @mawrgan: Manhattan is insane right now. People are getting out of cabs to join the march. Protesters have taken Broadway for #Occupy ...

  • RT @JeffSharlet: I missed this: MSNBC anchor said "In Oakland, police fired tear gas to calm down the crowd." I have some w/ milk & cook ...

  • RT @xeni: But my gripe isn't with individual reporters or hosts; rather, the fact that no networks are there now, live, when Major Shit ...

  • Wolfgang Munchau: Half measures and wishful thinking do not a solution make http://t.co/es3xuL00

  • What do Rick Perry and pro sports teams have in common? | Matt Rognlie http://t.co/JGa0Sxv3

  • the understatement: Android Orphans: Visualizing a Sad History of Support http://t.co/QJMOSxgy

  • Economist's View: Charlatans and Cranks http://t.co/ZckMNtAj

  • EMU summit leaves €1,000 billion to be raised | Gavyn Davies http://t.co/Lbcvdq2J

  • The big questions raised by anti-capitalist protests - FT.com http://t.co/lcm89Ze9

  • Earth: Population 7 Billion

  • RT @brianbeutler: Jefferson Starfish #lessexcitingbandnames

  • RT @daveweigel: I'm excited RT @Adrastosno: @daveweigel Better Than Weigel #lessexcitingbandnames

  • RT @daveweigel: Working in Dupont circle has definitely colored my views on drum circles. I'm pro-ejecting them into the heart of the sun.

  • RT @jamisonfoser: Ever notice that nobody ever explains why it's important to employ Pat Buchanan? They just hope you'll forget about it.

  • RT @thinkprogress: "I stand with Scott Olsen. I am the 99%." http://yfrog.com/ocg07uj #ows

  • RT @Atrios: phew. the stock market is back. we can go back to ignoring all the unemployed again about 3 hours ago from web RT @ModeledBehavior: Are There Too Many Homes in America, Ctd nblo.gs/p5nCk

  • RT @markos: Fox poll says Fox News is failing: Most Americans not scared of Obama's reelection

  • RT @ddayen: April budget cuts which were back-loaded and supposedly not all that bad actually cost 370,000 jobs, per CAP http://t.co/dYX