10 new episodes of 'Arrested Development' will hit Netflix all at once




Brand-new installments of the cult comedy are set to premiere on the streaming site in 2013. Fun fact: 10 is also the amount, in dollars, that one banana costs.

So be Patriotic. Go out there and get rich. Get so obnoxiously rich that when that tax bill comes , your first thought will be to choke on how big a check you have to write. Your 2nd thought will be “what a great problem to have”, and your 3rd should be a recognition that in paying your taxes you are helping to support millions of Americans that are not as fortunate as you.

Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks. (via sirmitchell)

Money Can Be Used To Repay Debt

While the title here is reductive to the point of being smug, I think this Yglesias piece could easily (and accurately!) be re-titled, “Why Stimulus Works.”

Climate Policy On Earth 2

This alternate history re-telling of the climate debate is depressing in how easy it makes passage of carbon pricing seem. Let’s move on…

My Birthday Wish

My birthday is tomorrow. I turn 26 and I’m trying to raise $260 in support of the JDRF. This is important to me because I;ve been living with Type 1 Diabetes since I was 8-years old. The JDRF helps fund research so that people like me can have better methods of managing their diabetes. Hopefully, they will one day fund the research that finally finds a cure.

I’m getting close to that goal. I only need 6 more people to give $10. If you are inclined to donate, I would really appreciate it. The title of this post is a link to the donation site. In case that’s too complicated here it is again:


If you’re not able to donate, could you at least reblog this? The more people that see this, the more likely I am to reach to my goal.

The Mysterious Case Against Table Games

I don’t have very strong views about the legal status of commercial gambling, but I’ve really never understood the particular legal middle ground that many states like New York have landed…

The Importance Of Being Pseudonymous

I think it’s worth noting that while Google+ and Facebook continue to push for public accountability in internet commenting (a good thing, I think!), what we continue to see in the ongoing revolutions in the Middle East, and to a lesser degree in the riots in London, is organizers taking to Twitter where their identities can remain relatively anonymous.