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The Election Section V2.1

Morning all.

Let’s have another look at that graphic I posted last time out.

You’ll have noticed, of course, that the largest section of that pie chart is the 18,604,470 people who didn’t vote because they couldn’t. 392 more words

The Election Section

Deeply sincere confusion, in short pants....


“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes.
Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow.
Let reality be reality.”

~~ Lao-Tzu ~~

I ate the mouse…. 1,025 more words

Daily Pearls Of Virtual Wisdom

Neil Patrick Harris backs museum crowdfunding campaign for 'Muppets' exhibit

A New York City museum is asking fans of Jim Henson’s Muppets to help pay for an exhibition featuring original puppets of beloved characters like Elmo, Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog. 251 more words


via There Used To Be A Ballpark: Frank Sinatra —

I’ll just note that Frank, in certain lights, bears a certain resemblance to Kermit the Frog.

Kermie, will you stop playing that guitar?! (Monday Music Smile: Song a Day Challenge – Day #2)

My song of the day:  She Drives Me Crazy
Performed by:  The Muppets, Kermit and Miss Piggy

Lyrics (best excerpt):  “Kermie?  Kermie, will you stop playing that guitar?!  132 more words

Awards & Recommendations

The Games That Time Forgot -Muppet Monster Adventure, PS1

I felt it was time to tell you about one of my all time favourite games on the Playstation One and I had an experience a good 5 years ago when I kicked myself for even forgetting this game existed and when I saw it pop up randomly one day on Amazon I HAD to have it no matter what the price was (and because of the rarity of this game it wasn’t as cheap as what Playstation One games are these days and paid a reasonable amount for it.) 535 more words


An Analysis on Internet Memes: Kermit the Frog

By Qu T. Pi, Thoughtful Meme Enthusiast and Resident Frog Catcher

According to the “Analysis on Internet Memes Using Semiotics”, an analytical research paper on Internet memes conducted from the English Department at Binus University, Abdul Aziz Turhan Kariko observed that memes — cultural ideas or styles spread among people — became a popular, alternative form of communication in early 2012, providing users with a powerful way to freely deliver and share messages on the Internet by combining creativity, art, and humor. 407 more words