Richard Herring calls-out our biases and preposterous perceptions of those in wheelchairs in the hilarious, intelligent way that only the Brits can. It’s one of the best conversations around disability I’ve ever heard.
Wait for the wobbly comedienne around the 12 minute mark. It’s a highlight.
Makes me miss good AM radio. […]
Roger Simon, chief political editor for Politico, had his legs amputated. His interview is spectacular.
As a man who has spent a huge portion of his life lovingly studying conspiracy theories, let me tell you it was one hell of an honor to be accused of being part of one. RU Sirius explains how some nutter named Anders, who is a fan of another gloriously awesome nutter,
The Onion, of course:
Who doesn’t love The Onion? “New College Graduates To Be Cryogenically Frozen Until Job Market Improves:”
“Were we to freeze these graduates at the height of vigor and ambition, however, there’s a chance we could revive them during a more prosperous time,” Hutchinson continued. “When the economy finally bounces back—10, 20, even 30 years […]
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