#SupportJayCarney: Hilary Rosen pledges allegiance to lying liar Jay Carney


It’s been a rough few days for Jay Carney, what with all the bobbing and weaving he’s had to do to try and convince the White House press corps that his boss doesn’t know anything about anything. Like the Justice Department secretly obtaining AP reporters’ phone records, for instance. When asked about that at this afternoon’s press briefing, Carney couldn’t help but get all wee-wee’d up.

Poor guy … he’s under so much pressure. He could really use a friend right now. Thankfully, one of the three Hilary Rosens he knows personally is stepping up to the plate:

AP is not a victim. Neither are our freedoms. The Press is not immune to responsibility.#SupportJayCarney huff.to/19oEmHq

— Hilary Rosen (@hilaryr) May 14, 2013

Hear that, AP? Leave Jay alone! You guys were totally asking for what you got!

I guess somebody had to go with “The AP had it coming” defense twitter.com/hilaryr/status…

— Tim Miller (@Timodc) May 14, 2013

It was inevitable. What it was not, however, was intellectually consistent for Ms. Rosen:

In 2004, @hilaryr told Chris Matthews it was “not fair” for reporters to “pay the price” for leaks. nbcnews.com/id/6693489/ns/….

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) May 14, 2013

Hi, @hilaryr. In 2004 you told Chris Matthews it was “not fair” for reporters to “pay the price” for gov’t leaks. What changed since then?

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) May 14, 2013


@hilaryr I start my drinking after 5:00 p.m.Your excuse??

— Super Abe (@SuperAbe2014) May 14, 2013

Hey DOJ. @hilaryr just gave you permission to tap her phones. #BraveHeroJournalism

— Eric(@eriContrarian) May 14, 2013

OK then make all your phone records public, pendeja. MT @hilaryr AP is not a victim. Neither are our freedoms.

— El SOOPer!! (@SooperMexican) May 14, 2013

Fat chance.

hope that water’s heavy RT @hilaryr AP is not a victim. Neither are our freedoms. Press is not immune to responsibility. #SupportJayCarney

— Logan Dobson (@LoganDobson) May 14, 2013

@jonahnro @hilaryr TOTE that water, Hilary! Tote it! The godhead beckons!

— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) May 14, 2013

Even the other 2 @hilaryr were going nowhere near that one.

— S.M (@redsteeze) May 14, 2013

And we don’t blame them.

Don’t cry for #JayCarney! Some huge corporate crony of @barackobama will turn around & hire him for big $. The revolving door.

— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) May 14, 2013

The press are definitely accountable, @hilaryr. They are, however, not accountable to the government. That’s where you are wrong.

— Tabitha Hale (@TabithaHale) May 14, 2013

You want us to #SupportJayCarney, Hilary? Ask and you shall receive. The hashtag is currently trending nationally:

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Though perhaps not for the reason you’d hoped. The press is not immune to responsibility — and you and your asinine hashtag are not immune to mockery.

#SupportJayCarney? He gets paid to say what the president tells him to. Might as well #SupportObamasDogWalker.

— John Ekdahl, Jr. (@JohnEkdahl) May 14, 2013

#SupportJayCarney RT @nationaldebt: $16,755,788,437,042.45 (+) #nationaldebt

— WhiteHousePressCorps (@whpresscorps) May 14, 2013

#SupportJayCarney Cuz I think he’s over 26, so his parents can’t.

— the eye (@ShannonPoe) May 14, 2013


#SupportJayCarney UNFETTER HIM, let him go…spend more time with his family..

— Lady Pi (@alpha_Lady_pi) May 14, 2013

#SupportJayCarney because if he loses his job he won’t be able to try to afford health insurance under ObamaCare.

— Dr. Schadenfreude (@PoliticsOfFear) May 14, 2013

#SupportJayCarney aka Schleprock twitter.com/MangyLover/sta…

— Hugo Hackenbush (@MangyLover) May 14, 2013

I wouldn’t #SupportJayCarney if I were a jockstrap.

— Dead Buffalo (@DeadBuffaloBlog) May 14, 2013


#SupportJayCarney send him a case of chapstick and mouse traps.

— Trail of Threads (@TrailofThreads) May 14, 2013

#SupportJayCarney in his endeavors to learn the “Harlem Shake”

— the eye (@ShannonPoe) May 14, 2013

#SupportJayCarney or he’ll have to become an actual carney.

— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) May 14, 2013


#SupportJayCarney because it can’t be easy to spin three major scandals at once.

— Sunny (@sunnyright) May 14, 2013

We need to take up a collection to buy him a cup. #SupportJayCarney

— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) May 14, 2013

#SupportJayCarney because it’s hard to know so little about so much

— Hawk (@HawkinsUSA) May 14, 2013




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Hilary Rosen did PR for BP

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Hilary Rosen left job at RIAA to take care of her kids

Hilary Rosen bravely runs away from Meet the Press

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/05/14/supportjaycarney-hilary-rosen-pledges-allegiance-to-lying-liar-jay-carney/

This Artist Uses Wire To Create Incredible Drawings In The Air

By definition, sculpture is three dimensional — and by most accounts, that’s what makes it great. Looking at a free-standing work of art that’s been attended to on all sides is a wholly unique experience, and the impact of viewing sculptures often carries with it a sense of immediacy.

And that’s what makes the sculptural work of Switzerland-based artist Gavin Worth paradoxical in the best way. His wire sculptures combine the emotive nature of free-standing pieces with the intricacy of depicting human faces on a two-dimensional plane.

After working as a designer for years, Worth latched onto one mantra: “Simplify, simplify, simplify.” As he explained to My Modern Met, “You definitely can’t be self-indulgent in design. You’re forced to focus on very clear, very economical communication.”

Art is a communicative force and a matter of translation. “I could feel love more intensely than anyone has ever felt love before,” he continued, “but if I can’t communicate to someone else what that feels like, then it’s just self-indulgence.”

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While his pieces read like two-dimensional drawings that float in thin air, a simple light change adds a third dimension to the visual experience of his work.

And that’s where his stories come to life. He avoids presenting the false version of human physicality that’s become most palatable to audiences today. Instead, Worth explores the imperfections of which we’ve unfortunately grown weary.

(via My Modern Met)

The idea here is to create pieces that serve as points of departure, leaving viewers with the sense that they’ve experienced a visual narrative. Just as writers put pen to paper, Gavin Worth writes stories in the ink of bent wires.

To see more of Worth’s work and learn about upcoming exhibitions, be sure to check out his website.

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/gavin-worth-sculpture/

This Is What Happens When You Light 6,000 Matches On Fire At Once

I can only imagine that when man discovered fire, he was just as amazed by it as I am of this video.

The powerful element is both awe-inspiring and terrifying all at once…that’s why this video of a 6,000 match chain reaction is so incredibly awesome and simultaneously disturbing.

Don’t get any ideas, kids. You should absolutely never try this unless you are a professional and have a safe space to do it. If you are one of those people, though, please make more videos like this because it’s totally rad.

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/6000-matches/