Saturday, January 16, 2010

 

Shitheadery

Out of cynicism and frustration was born shitheadery.com (pronounced shi-they-duh-ree).

A platform to highlight modern sophistry, intellectual dishonesty, social hypocrisy, smug attitudes of entitlement, and occasionally simple bad manners. The contributing writers call their families, strangers, neighbors, communities, leaders, and occasionally themselves to task for acts of shitheadery.


Have you ever wondered exactly when it was that civilization ended?

When was the last time you were cut off in traffic, flipped off, or treated as though you'd just stabbed someone with a fork because you had a question about the bill? 

How many times have you watched or witnessed someone do something so ridiculously stupid you didn't know whether you should laugh, cry, punch them in the face, or punch yourself in the face out of sheer frustration? 

Have you ever watched the news, thought you could process what you just heard, turned in amazement to the person sitting next you and found yourself unable to express your thoughts?

Have you ever wanted to vent, rant, or write about it?

These reactions are symptoms of having witnessed shitheadery.

Shitheadery is far reaching and fairly broad and is best defined by anything that would make you question another person's actions. Actions that cause you to think, say, or scream, "are you kidding me" or "W-T-F" are most likely a result of shitheadery.


The articles on this site come from different writers with different opinions and understandings of shitheadery. It is after all subjective and open to interpretation.

http://shitheadery.com/


Friday, January 15, 2010

 

Pants On The Ground !!! American Idol Season 9 -Larry Platt (HQ)


Wednesday, January 13, 2010

 

'American Idol': Simon Cowell's 12 Meanest Critiques


Tuesday, January 12, 2010

 

One Across - Search for Crossword Puzzle Answers

Having trouble getting the last word in that crossword puzzle? Having trouble getting the first? See if our search engine can help! Unlike pure pattern dictionary searches, we actually analyze the clue as well.

http://www.oneacross.com/


 

The Puzzle Society – Crosswords, Jumbles, Sudoku, Jigsaws and challenging puzzles


http://www.upuzzles.com/free/index.html


 

USATODAY.com - Life Section puzzles


http://puzzles.usatoday.com/index.html


Monday, January 11, 2010

 

The Two-Way - Breaking News, Analysis Blog : NPR


http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/


 

The Daily Caller

The Daily Caller is a 24/7 news site committed to providing original reporting, thought-provoking commentary, and breaking news.

http://dailycaller.com/


 

Blio eReader - coming soon

The FREE Blio eReader software is the new touchstone for the presentation of electronic books & magazines. Stunning, full-color pages come alive in brilliant 3D. Even image-rich books are now at your digital fingertips — because Blio preserves a book's original layout, fonts, and graphics.

Enjoy a vast selection of cookbooks, travel guides, how-to books, schoolbooks, art books, children's stories, and magazines. Relax, learn, work, or play! The smart display lets you insert highlights, notes, videos, and even webpages. Selected books also go hands-free with Blio's read-aloud feature.

Flexible & accessible. Shop endless titles, right from the Blio Bookstore, with access to over one million free books and a huge library of today's bestsellers. Then, take your library on the road by syncing to your favorite on-the-go mobile device.

http://blioreader.com/


Sunday, January 10, 2010

 

Flight Schedules by QuickTrip - Worldwide Flight Schedule Travel Planner including Low Cost Carriers

QuickTrip.com provides a worldwide timetable for over 900 airlines including more than 100 low cost carriers. The data is supplied by Innovata's SRS Database, the premier source of passenger flight schedules.
 
http://www.quicktrip.com/


 

Hotels, Cheap Hotel Rates, Hotel Deals & Reservations at getaroom


http://www.getaroom.com/


 

Practical Traveler - 10 Ways to Cut Your Travel Costs In 2010 - NYTimes.com

Last year was arguably the year of the travel deal, with resorts and airlines practically begging for bookings, and many travelers finding bargain airfares and hotel rooms as a result. But airlines have cut back capacity, meaning there will be fewer seats going unsold, and resorts may not be as quick to cut rates to attract guests, now that the economy looks as if it might be on a slight rebound. So now is the perfect time to review your booking strategy. Here are 10 simple steps you can take to help cut your travel costs in 2010.

http://travel.nytimes.com/2010/01/10/travel/10pracsave.html?em


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