October 10, 2012
We talked about what's worth watching that comes out DVD this week, Looper, Helena Bonham Carter's sense of "style," and — weirdly — The Office and Dwight Schrute.
Before endorsing the Republican, the Friday Night Lights author accused him of being of a lot of awful things.
Buzz Bissinger is a little touchy today.
Hunkx and His Punkx just released a new Halloween themed video where he cavorts around as a vampire who wants to do something very specific. And it's not sucking your blood. [NSFW language].
ForAmerica, a conservative 501(c)(4) group, has released a very elaborate anti-Obama version of "We Didn't Start the Fire." "They just keep on lying as our freedom's dying."
Tommy Thompson boasted of his involvement in an Afghan hospital program. "What humanitarian efforts has [Baldwin] ever been involved in," his campaign asks.
Everyone else is so inconsiderate. Plus, movies made possible by side character incompetence and heroic animals saving animals.
Jay Carney said Wednesday that he "never said we don't know if it's terrorism," but dodged in September when asked directly if it was a terrorist attack
One Wisconsin Now, one of the drivers of the Wisconsin recall, accuses Ryan of using Congressional campaign funds for presidential campaigning in the state. Evidence not exactly overwhelming.
Like The Fly, only with less Jeff Goldblum and a more dubious understanding of genetics. Thank goodness this version of the script didn't make it out of pre-production.
Romney said in January he would have signed the bill as written. Today he said he would have to "look at that particular piece of legislation."
Their push into politics is nothing new.
Everyone on OkCupid is at least a little shallow. But don’t be so obvious about it.
After telling the story one last time in Ohio, the campaign says it will be removed from the stump speech.
Ads star Todd Akin. Also: A new barrage from McCaskill.
With better numbers for Romney, former critics of big polling shops have stayed quiet. Forget the debates: Chambers takes credit.
Though it runs a little long, the Heritage Foundation's excellently crafted new video is worth a watch for anybody who's a fan of political attack ads — or wondering why the Obama Administration is facing so much criticism in the aftermath of the Benghazi attack.
Muppets have been making their case heard on Capitol Hill since 2000.
Making a political Jack-o-Lantern is never easy.
He did have some sweet moves.
Yekaterina Samutsevich was freed because she didn't take part in the controversial cathedral performance that first landed the three women in jail.
Oh God why? Buzzfeed was lucky(?) enough to get a sneak peek at Batman's nemesis. Let's just say it isn't pretty.
The eldest is "the most trusted individual in Mitt's life," after Mom. The family versus the advisers.
We did not make this up. Romney's apology for his 47% comments makes for an unfortunate juxtaposition.
Romney and Obama each promise a cure — but the poison is already in the blood. "If you think ... things are going to change next year, you need to have your head examined."