There’s some impassioned debate going on in the comments on the post about the couple in Texas failing to surrender a foul ball to the weeping child beside them. What are the real rules, here? Possession is nine-tenths of the law? Children first? What’s the right thing to do to avoid the censure…
I hope those people never have children.
The more important question is, why are Newseek interns forced to do their research on their iPhones, rather than a real desktop computer?
Rolling Stone! Why u make us watch Tyra video ad while reading insanely-paginated interview with the President?!
In more important news, Newsweek makes a “why u” joke and is apparently watching Tyra Banks on their iphone at work. Seriously, who the f*ck is…
This is an actual street in Omaha, Nebraska.
Please note that you cannot turn right onto this street, only left.
I think it depends on the reporter. CNN, Newsweek, etc.? Probably. Although, that’s not fair to monkeys, either.
This is just all kinds of awesome!
A compilation of ten videos on the history of the English language.
Ed note: Watch as one woman works to bring back the language of the Ohlone, a Northern California tribe.
I other words: The Romney campaign—and many pundits on the right—would like to remind all you “real” Americans that Obama is, you know, foreign-looking. As if you hadn’t remembered or noticed. They just want to make sure you remember that whatever image you have of an “American” or the “average Joe” (a man, white, probably lives in the suburbs, or at least in a nice middle class neighborhood with other families like his), Obama doesn’t fit it. He has that “funny” name and was raised in “foreign” countries (like Indonesia and Hawaii) and/or lived in “urban” environments. But it’s not about race. Oh, no. Not that. Don’t put words in their mouths.
Note how the headline on Jake Tapper’s Obama dog story changed from this morning. Seems Jake was getting too much credit/blame for the story. It also didn’t help that Google News posted Tapper’s story with this unfortunate headline. “I wasn’t saying that was MY argument, it was the Romney campaign argument. I had to spell it out,” Tapper emphasized on Twitter. (thanks The Daily What)