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October 17, 2012

Is Intel The Next RIM?

I only agree with about four of these seven reasons that Intel is allegedly in "a fight for its life," but still: that's a lot of reasons! It is astounding just how completely the largest chipmaker in the world missed out on mobile.

What's Wrong With The God-Lakers?

The Lakers are supposed to be one of the best basketball teams ever assembled, but they can't even win a preseason game! Ha. What losers.

In 2010, Obama Advocated For Fiscal Details Coming Out After An Election

The President attacked Mitt Romney at a campaign stop in Iowa today for not giving specific details in his tax plan. "He says he will let you know after the election. Now, here’s a tip. Usually when a politician tells you he’ gonna wait until after the election to explain a plan to you, they do not have a pleasant surprise in store for you,” Obama said. But in 2010, President Obama argued for not releasing fiscal details until after an election to avoid political posturing and "because nobody will have an honest conversation."

The Onion Talks: So TED, It Hurts

In the first offering from their new TED Talks satire, the Onion nails pretty much every element of the thought leader experience. "Imagine," says Onion Talker, "what other ground-breaking ideas could I be thinking of?"

19 Things That Prove The '00s Are Over

Sometimes, decades don't start and end when they're supposed to. Remember how the '60s actually ended in 1970 when the Beatles broke up? Here are 19 things that prove the '00s are officially over now.

Guess Her Muff 2.0: Girl #3429

Do you think you can guess how a babe keeps her muff based on how she dresses? Does your co-worker's carpet match the drapes? Is that geeky girl in your class secretly a sex kitten who shaves it bald? The answers might surprise you... This is GuessH…

Finally Fired Up?

Early voting, Boca Raton, and Bruce Springsteen. “We have 20 days after tonight to get our voters out and persuade the undecided,” says campaign manager Messina.

Romney Touts His "Whole Binders Full Of Women"

In response to a debate question about women's employment, Mitt Romney discusses his headhunting strategies to find talented women to work for him as governor. Whole binders full!

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