Fiery throated and ready to dazzle.

CLOSE-UP OF THE DAY: (source)

Fiery Throated Hummingbird. It's a thing of beauty.

DOMESTIC TERRORISM #1: It's only a matter of time before the technology that we have employed overseas will be used against us here at home.

SHORTCUT OF THE DAY: ctrl + shift + T reopens the tab you just accidentally closed. Huzzah.

UH...this is reprehensible.

DRIFT:

DOMESTIC TERRORISM #2: It would appear that we have much more to worry about within our own borders at this point.

MOST EXPENSIVE TYPO EVER: Well this is going to be hard to explain during an annual employee review.

WHO GIVES A CRAP? We have often wondered why the media spends so much time blathering about the stock market. Apparently we aren't the only ones. NPR puts things into perspective. Then there's this:

For the record, thenanigans aren't socialist-commie-loving pinkos. But this trend is alarming.  And it is unsustainable. Hyperbole notwithstanding, this is the stuff of revolutions.

HUGO CHAVEZ MAN OF THE PEOPLE? Not so much.

JUST SO YOU KNOW: Facebook is about to change everything again and we know that FB nation hates when that happens.

THE LIBERTARIAN IN US...is a tad bit uncomfortable with this. Does this mean that people who imbibe from time to time are next?

BROPUNZEL:

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WE SEE DUMB PEOPLE: And we point and laugh. But wait, there's more - this one right here is a hall-of-fame entry. Also, this dude. And this woman. And finally, this guy.

THE FOUNDING FATHERS ARE ROLLING IN THEIR GRAVES: How's that second amendment working for you today?

THEN THERE'S THIS: Some previous supporters of the NRA appear to be backing slowly away from the organization's increasingly bat-shit-crazy actions.

TYPOGRAPHICAL CLEVERNESS OF THE DAY:

 

Kapil Bhagat enjoys playing with type. This is from a series he did recognizing scientists for their inventions. We love this stuff.