WWGO - November 12, 2013

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Today is November 12th. On this date in 1859, Jules Leotard performed the first flying trapeze act. Guess what he wore? Yep, shoes. Also on this date, in 1799, Andrew Ellicott Douglass wrote a journal entry documenting the Leonids meteor shower. It is the first known record of a meteor shower in North America. Before that, people just pointed at the sky and put Nancy Pelosi on trial for witchcraft. And speaking of documenting things, please find below all the links that are fit to print. Well … some of them anyway. As always, consider this an Open Thread.

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NY Times Op-Ed Writer Shocked When Her Liberal Friends Turn On Her After She Criticizes Obamacare… | Weasel Zippers

Annapolis Council To Consider Stripping Republican Mayor-Elect’s Power | CBS Baltimore

Rumpf: Obamacare Closes Door To Opportunity | Austin American-Statesman

When Neal Rauhauser Stalked My Army Son’s Facebook Page | The Other McCain

Progressives’ “Brosurance” Ads Are An Embarrassment | Ace of Spades HQ


What In The … What??
Woman Tried To Wear Cheeseburger As Sandal After Having Sex In Waffle House Parking Lot, Police Say | Huffington Post


What In The Tweet Is Going On?

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hypermnesia hye-perm-NEE-zhee-uh noun : abnormally vivid or complete memory or recall of the past
(via Merriam-Webster)

Example: Hmm. I can’t remember the example.

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