Oct 29, 2013 fsb commented on Rand Paul Reads Gattica Wiki Page Aloud.
@1 Fun Fact: The only person who voted against GINA was Ron Paul.
Oct 14, 2013 fsb commented on It's Columbus Day.
@7 sure, this Gawker post can be our founding charter: http://gawker.com/5968009/the-oatmeal-su…
Oct 14, 2013 fsb commented on It's Columbus Day.
We should replace Columbus Day with National Terrible, Unfunny Webcomics for Manchildren Day
Aug 30, 2013 fsb commented on Queen of England's Swan "Barbecued" and Eaten "For Lunch".
This is more than a week old and was posted everywhere on the internet. C'mon man.
Jul 17, 2013 fsb commented on SL Letter of the Day: Unwitting Sex Tourist?.
has this been linked in the men's rights reddit yet?
Jun 20, 2013 fsb commented on So I've Got This Baby Bird....
Use it in one of your demonic ritual sacrifices!
Jun 17, 2013 fsb commented on NHL Could Move Phoenix Coyotes to Seattle in Time for 2013-2014 Season.
@12 no I didn't know that, and it sounds terrible. I just meant that it isn't physically too small to fit a regulation ice rink, which is how other reports I've read on the subject have made it sound. If it's even darker than the old bad lighting in the ends of Madison Square Garden that would be really awful. (they finally fixed that via a huge renovation project last year).

@13 I have never been closer than a 12 hour drive or so to Seattle so I don't understand what you're talking about. :)
Jun 17, 2013 fsb commented on NHL Could Move Phoenix Coyotes to Seattle in Time for 2013-2014 Season.
@7 it isn't literally "too small" it's just that the footprint required would only leave space for 11-15k seats as mentioned in the article. Most modern NHL arenas I'm aware of hold 17-20k people.
Jun 17, 2013 fsb commented on NHL Could Move Phoenix Coyotes to Seattle in Time for 2013-2014 Season.
This seems like a much more credible relocation to Seattle threat than the NBA thing, the Phoenix situation has been a complete disaster for 5 years now (financially, the team is actually pretty good) and the other NHL owners must be getting really sick of bleeding money to allow the league to keep operating the team as part of a long term market growth strategy. I understand why they've let it go on so long (especially since they've been able to extort pretty large amounts of public money from the city up to now) but I bet their time is just about up.