November 11, 2008
This kid knows exactly how to get a crowd of Phillies fans fired up. Apparently, all it takes to get people going in Philadelphia is a red jacket and a bit of halfhearted waving. OK, fine, it's incredibly adorable.
A Republican congressman named Paul Broun from Georgia said Monday he fears that President-elect Obama will establish a Gestapo-like security force to impose a Marxist or fascist dictatorship.
A toaster that features a message board on which you can write or draw a message that gets burned into the toast.
A demonstration from Chef Craig Koketsu on how to rid broccoli of all its troublesome health benefits.
That "Saved by Zero" Toyota commercial is driving everyone crazy. There are petitions, blog campaigns, and a couple of Facebook groups you can join to try and get the ad off the air. Now '80s group The Fixx (who wrote the original song) has weighed in that they don't really like it either.
Kerry Washington suggests a "shorkie," a shih-tzu/yorkie hybrid as the first puppy for the First Family.
Japanese cosplay lolitas held a convention in Little Tokyo; see the slideshow.
Keith took on California's decision to ban gay marriage in a powerful "special comment" last night. He's not mad, Yes on Prop 8 voters, he's just disappointed. Also mad.
Two cats, with overdubbed dialogue.
Smoking Gun publishing M.I.A's tour rider gave me the idea to list some of the more ridiculous things bands feel entitled to ask for on tour.