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Saturday, November 19, 2011

Gameday: Lee Corso: Ah Fuck It Video

Do Republicans Care About You?

3 Slices Game

Good waste of time. (Buzzfeed)

The 25 Worst Passwords

Password isn't a good password. (Buzzfeed)

The Joy of Watching Football Alone

Watching sports: no longer a group activity. (Slate)

Saturday Cartoon: Congress is Not America

Vegetables Don't Exist

The term vegetable doesn't actually mean anything. (Slate)

Parker: Palinization of the GOP

Turning the Republican primary into a reality show. (WashingtonPost)

Bears are Rebels

Friday, November 18, 2011

Cookie Monster Explains Occupy Sesame Street and Wall Street

Cookie monster should run for office. (SFWeekly)

Rachel Maddow: Herman Cain Cultural References Art Project

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Bill Simmons Week 11 2011 NFL Picks

Bill joins Team Tebow. (Grantland)

TFD Opinions: Private Sector vs. Public Sector

While I understand the motivation behind Occupy Wall Street, their efforts are misdirected. Do they really believe that protesting Wall Street is going to get Wall Street to change their ways? There is no chance of that happening. If you look at their demands, almost all of them will only be realistically implemented by one group...Congress. Granted, our current Congress is incredibly dysfunctional and unlikely to pass any quality legislation (considering they just declared pizza to be a serving of vegetables) but that doesn't mean they're not worth lobbying. Clearly, "Big Food" and pretty much every other industry has found a way to influence the decisions in Washington so maybe the occupiers could try that too.

99% Burger vs. 1% Burger

Michele Bachmann: I Haven't Had a Gaffe

Oh yeah? (Gawker)

Godfather's Pizza Index

Since Herman Cain entered the race, his pizza has become partisan. (AndrewSullivan)

CERN Attempts to Break Light Speed Barrier

Science at work. (TheAtlantic)

Bernie Sanders: Stop Giving In

The spineless vs. the crazy. (HuffingtonPost)

Is There a Difference Between Sweet Potatoes and Yams?

Yes. (HuffingtonPost)

Occupy Congress

Finally getting to the people most responsible for the problems. (WashingtonPost)

Krugman: Failure is Good

Rooting against the Supercommittee. (NYTimes)

Should Presidential Candidates Have to Pass a Civics Test?

Expecting them to know about the government they want to lead? Crazy talk. (NYTimes)

Weekend Pickoff: Stewart Mandel Week 12 2011 College Football Picks

Stewart doesn't believe in UVA. (SI)

Colbert Report: Thought for Food: Pushy Pops

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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Herman Cain Quotes President McBain

ESPN: Two Drivers, One Cup


Reference fail.

Things More Popular Than Congress

What if Campaign Contributions Were Kept Secret?

Would things improve? (TheAtlantic)

Weekend Pickoff: Peter King Week 11 2011 NFL Picks

Eagles' season is on the line on Sunday night. (SI)

Do Nothing, Congress

As opposed to the Do Nothing Congress. (WashingtonPost)

Colbert Report: Pepper Spray and Gogurt

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Daily Show: Occupy Wall Street: Uptown vs. Downtown Ghetto

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Daily Show: Super Committee and School Lunches: It's Not Democracy, It's Digiorno

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McDonald's Land, Sea, and Air Burger


Great moment in disgusting food history. (NPR)

Community: Have You Seen This Show?

Houston Astros Moving to the American League?

Why isn't this getting more attention? (ESPN)

What Group Projects Teach

FOX News: Good Riddance to Occupy Wall Street


Fair and balanced...

Jeopardy: Double True Daily Double Win

Hooters Believes in Matt Leinart

Parker: Perry and Cain Parade of Painful Moments

The Cain Train has derailed. (WashingtonPost)

Health Insurance and the Broccoli Test

Could Congress pass a law forcing you to buy broccoli? (NYTimes)

Douthat: The Second Coming of Gingrich

Is Newt much different from Romney? (NYTimes)

Republicans Getting Tired of Candidate Gaffes

A great man once said "Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, you can't get fooled again." (NYTimes)

Jimmy Kimmel: It's National Unfriend Day, Charlie Brown Cartoon

Conan: Obama's New Budget Plan: Magic Beans

David Letterman: Bill Maher Interview

Daily Show: Herman Cain Libya Gaffe

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Louisville Blames Loss on Call of Duty

Priorities. (SportsGrid)

Herman Cain is Not Ready for Primetime

Libya is the straw that broke the camel's back. (AndrewSullivan)

The Anti James Bond

John LeCarre moves into movies. (TheAtlantic)

How New York Won the War on Crime

It's more complicated that Saint Rudy coming in and cleaning up the streets. (Reason)

10 Reasons Why Obama Will Win in 2012

Somehow a president with an approval in the low 40s is in good shape. (ForeignPolicy)

Louis CK Getting More Political?

Watch out, politicians. (Slate)

Carter Johnson Witnesses Bank Robbery: Dukes of Hazzard and Dale Jr.

Big Food Lobbies on School Lunch Regulations

Another example of America being ruled by corporate wishes over good policy. (MotherJones)

Brooks: Penn State: Let's All Feel Superior

Those with no responsibility always say they would have done the right thing. (NYTimes)

Health Reform and the Supreme Court

Why they should uphold its constitutionality. (NYTimes)

Barack Obama Reelection Strategy

Rock Center: MREs: Meals Ready to Eat

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Rock Center: Bob Costas: Jerry Sandusky Penn State Interview

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Daily Show: Ugly People Make Less Money

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Monday, November 14, 2011

Herman Cain Libya Fail Video

Herman Cain has a Rick Perry oops moment...

Herman Cain on Pizza: More Meat, Less Vegetables

Chris Heath: What can you tell about a man by the type of pizza that he likes?

Herman Cain: [repeats the question aloud, then pauses for a long moment] The more toppings a man has on his pizza, I believe the more manly he is.

Chris Heath: Why is that?

Herman Cain: Because the more manly man is not afraid of abundance. [laughs]

Devin Gordon: Is that purely a meat question?

Herman Cain: A manly man don't want it piled high with vegetables! He would call that a sissy pizza.

(GQ)

60 Minutes: Insider Stock Trading by Congress?

Supreme Court to Decide on Health Care Mandate

Most politically charged case since Bush v. Gore coming up in March. (CBSNews)

Are the Koch Brothers Denying Your Vote?

Movie Trailer: The Hunger Games

Ally Bank Accept It Bank Robbery Commercial Remix

That's So Baltimore Raven

Suicide Proofing Subways


Why not use barriers? (TheAtlantic)

10 Thanksgiving Recipes


Ideas from a top chef. (HuffingtonPost)

College Football Bowl Projections November 14

Boise State drops out of the BCS bowls. (SI)

Look South, Not East

Obama should look to South America not Asia. (ForeignPolicy)

5 Myths About J Edgar Hoover

He was not a cross dresser. (WashingtonPost)

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