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Newt Gingrich calls President Obama’s remarks on Trayvon Martin shooting “disgraceful” and “appalling”; George Zimmerman leaves voicemail message for supporter Frank Taaffe: “I am very sorry for the loss of your son”; Jeb Bush says “stand your ground” law does not apply to Zimmerman.
Dartmouth College President Jim Yong Kim nominated by President Obama to head World Bank; here’s a video of Dr. Kim performing a sci-fi hip-hop rendition of “Time of My Life”; World Bank board considering two other nominees.
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President Obama’s campaign team marks two-year anniversary of Affordable Care Act by launching initiative to take back “Obamacare.”
White House responds to petition asking that it take petitions seriously.
Rick Santorum retracts remarks suggesting he would rather have Obama as president than Mitt Romney.
African Union sending 5,000 troops to South Sudan on mission to capture Joseph Kony.
Psst…hey you…yes, you…wanna buy Variety?
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NewsFeed: Prescription Pills, iPods and Live Bait: There’s a Vending Machine for That.
Tea x Time List: 5 Ways to Beat Old-School Games Using Math.
Above: Map of US counties where alcohol is still banned, somewhat banned, or neither. (via.) 

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  • President Obama’s campaign team marks two-year anniversary of Affordable Care Act by launching initiative to take back “Obamacare.”
  • Rick Santorum retracts remarks suggesting he would rather have Obama as president than Mitt Romney.

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  1. sassholio reblogged this from thedailywhat
  2. xbrokenwishx reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    Yep, being from the south can be extremely inconvenient sometimes…those times being when you want to drink on Sunday.
  3. halliedarling reblogged this from jellosushi and added:
    Calloway is a “moist” county. Also, lame fucking sauce.
  4. jellosushi reblogged this from annie-banks and added:
    That tiny little speck of North Alabama that is a wet county surrounded by dry ones is where I live, thankfully.
  5. piratesquirrel reblogged this from amiry and added:
    The red square off by itself in central northern Texas is the county I grew up in. The closest liquor store to the tow I...
  6. kiapurity reblogged this from sabrea and added:
    I’m amused with Kansas. Where I live in KS, there are … liquor stores /everywhere/ … even like, two across from each...
  7. ashe-catchum reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    I like how Georgia has ‘no data’.
  8. tout0urien reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    Pretty sure Alabama is pretty loose with alcohol legislation.
  9. wasrectiphobia reblogged this from queerstiles
  10. princenowhere reblogged this from salemkittie
  11. salemkittie reblogged this from sabrea and added:
    As of recently, there’s a ~classy~ liquor store very close to my house, but of course, I had to move to Denton where...
  12. completelyrelevant reblogged this from straightedgecatdad and added:
    Clearly Georgia wanted nothing to do with this.
  13. quarterclever reblogged this from morgan-elaine and added:
    It’s probably because Georgia just last year passed legislation allowing cities and counties to vote on whether or not...
  14. giantgreypanda reblogged this from thedailywhat
  15. finding-nimmo reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    Map of US counties where alcohol is still banned, somewhat banned, or neither. (via.) What up, Murray! “Dry: Strict...
  16. imaginary-escape reblogged this from thedailywhat
  17. sh0pgirl reblogged this from queerstiles
  18. sabrea reblogged this from queerstiles and added:
    My hometown was a dry county until I was midway through high school but there’s still restrictions. Only beer and wine...
  19. queerstiles reblogged this from griffinoconner
  20. assbuttofthegarrison reblogged this from oswald-ears
  21. amiry reblogged this from acciomjolnir and added:
    Which, BTW, makes me really happy in regards to how this will affect my Dragon*Con experience this year.
  22. oldkentuckynightmare reblogged this from straightedgecatdad and added:
    too much of kentucky is dry.
  23. h00drat-qu33n reblogged this from straightedgecatdad and added:
    fucking tennessee and virginia -_- of course the only two colleges i have picked out are dry campuses
  24. straightedgecatdad reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    fuck yeah michigan
  25. jenyfly reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    Like maybe a month ago my mom circulated that Ultraviolet e-mail petitioning Obama to not nominate Larry Summers for the...