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Gym ad.

I laughed four times in the first minute. Check it out. You will not be disappointed.


Someone posted this on Facebook this morning, and I have to say: it never gets old. Enjoy.

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Fake Massachusetts Towns.

From McSweeney’s:

Blight Falls
West Lameham

I feel like I’ve been to at least three of these. See also: Easily Confused Municipalities in Massachusetts

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Text from Hillary.

This is good.



The snark, it fails me. But I love this picture.

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Stone cold, continued.

God bless you, Mr. Axelrod.

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American Apparel model search.

There is something so right about this picture. And by “right”, I mean, of course, terribly, horribly wrong.

(via Kelly Oxford)


Peter Weyland at TED 2023.

I thought this was very cool. Hence, the posting of it.

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From the Department of “I did not know that.”

Martin Amis (yes, that Martin Amis) published a video game strategy guide in 1982.

(via Boing Boing)

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“Romney Straining to Get to the Right of Genghis Khan”

Jonathan Chait is funny:

The unpredictable Republican presidential race has taken another surprising turn as recent numbers show Mongol warlord Genghis Khan seizing the lead in national polls of likely GOP primary voters…

His continued strong showings have the Romney campaign contemplating more forceful tactics. Pro-Romney super PAC Restore Our Future today released a new ad assailing Genghis for having established a vast mail delivery network based on riding stations, like the post office, and having failed to completely conquer China. The ad includes the tagline, “More government bureaucracy, soft on defense,” while the screen morphs Genghis’s face into that of Jimmy Carter.

The latest ARG poll has Genghis leading Romney by eight points in Ohio.