Tag Archives: sci-fi

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Sarah Palin Finds New Job To Quit

At least until Labor Day we guess.
At least until Labor Day we guess. Hurray for Sarah Palin, who is fun-employed no more! It was just the beginning of July when she announced, to very little fanfare, that she would be closing the books on her most recent “job,” which was yammering at a camera about bullshit on the Sarah Palin Channel for somewhere between 5 and 7 minutes per week, for the edification of her “subscribers.” (Yr Wonkette was a subscriber! Where’s the Sarah Palin koozie we were promised?) Read more on Sarah Palin Finds New Job To Quit…
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Beloved San Fran Sci-Fi Bookstore Time-Travels Three Years Into Future To Go Galt

Here is a stupid story that is dumb: Borderland Books, a sci-fi and mystery bookstore in San Francisco’s Mission District, is closing its Tardis portal (do they have portals? unclear) in March because of San Francisco’s terrible horrible (but well-intentioned!) law mandating a $15 minimum wage … in 2018. We’re not science fiction bookstore owners, but we can try to do that math, and according to us, 2018 is three years from now. And yet this dumb and terrible (but well-intentioned!) minimum wage increase is claiming its first indy bookstore scalp now. Huh! That is so weird! Read more on Beloved San Fran Sci-Fi Bookstore Time-Travels Three Years Into Future To Go Galt…
 

Mitt Romney Doesn’t Care For Mr. Spock’s Love Life

Mormon-Scientologist Mitt Romney (pictured here with The Joker) was down at Regent University earning a master’s degree in Pretend World History yesterday, and he told an audience of future Monica Goodlings all about a crazy land called “France,” where the ladies wear no pants and people only mate every seven years on their home planet of Vulcan. Read more on Mitt Romney Doesn’t Care For Mr. Spock’s Love Life…