October 18, 2012
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SE-GA. Video game voices in the 90s sounded more like robots learning to mimic human speech patterns.
Pinkie Pie doesn't look so good. Plus, Halloween weddings and Will Ferrell in Sweden.
"My ability to fulfill my duties is compromised."
That and other revelations from StumbleUpon's data mine. Republican and Democrats differ on pop culture, media, and entertainment as much as they do on their candidates.
The petting zoo tells you not to punch the llamas. There's a reason they had to put up a sign.
Not holding our breaths. [Updated]
Internet memes, "Jersey Shore," and ESPECIALLY Zynga ripoffs-of-board-games-turned-back-into-board-games are an affront to gaming. They must be stopped.
The biggest duty of all. Honestly, who wouldn't play a FPS voiced by Jane Lynch?
"Businesses run better when women are treated equally, when women are on the board of directors, when women are involved in startups... You can't really picture an America where the economy recovers while 50 percent of its citizens aren't treated equally."
Contrary to Fox News' current lead story, Obama has been asked about his religion on the daytime talk show. He did so in an interview in March 2008.
The Boss returned to the trail for the President, talking about universal health care, Wall Street regulation, and abortion.
DESPAIR, LOATHING, BREAKFAST. Putting the pain back in pain au chocolat.
The weddings of strangers are always fun to look at – whether you're planning a wedding yourself, throwing a party, or just daydreamin'. All of these examples are from real couples who found unique ways to imbue their wedding day with personality and love.
No, that's not a melon under her dress.
The ad edits out that Romney was speaking of a hypothetical situation where it was the consensus of the country to ban abortion. Romney adds "that's not where we are today. That's not where America is." Romney reiterates in the 2007 debate that his position was to return the abortion issue to states, which is also not shown in the Obama campaign ad.
In Romney's failed 1994 bid for Senate, Ted Kennedy hit Romney for the lack of women at Bain Capital in an ad. Romney responded in a debate by mentioning the highest paid employee at Bain was a women and the chairman of the board was a women.
The magazine cover is dead. Next: homepages?
At a town hall, Gov. Christie pushes back against a voter who complains Newark residents are leeching her tax dollars. "Give the microphone back."
Many cooks have a "go-to." It's usually something quick and easy — the kind of recipe you know by heart, with ingredients you don't have to measure.
There's pretty much a subreddit for everyone. What's the top post for your subreddit? (Tread lightly, there might be some NSFW ones...)
From the folks who brought you First Person World War II.
Thank you, science. THANK YOU.
A quick reversal of spin-room bravado. "You'd think an 'offensive' would include more than a web video," snipes an Obama aide.
Not today, jerk! Plus things you can learn from Honey Boo Boo and dumb criminal excuses.
The former Massachusetts Governor touted hiring "binders full of women" for his cabinet, but many were donors to his gubernatorial campaign.
Twitter has closed countless accounts for breaking its own rules, but the blocking of a neo-Nazi account within Germany (it will continue to be visible in other countries) is a first. Twitter won't break much of a sweat defending this one; the first real test of its "witholding" policy will come when a politically repressive country attempts to censor something widely seen as good. When, not if.
Getting wasted on the front lines in Afghanistan.
Anonymous attack roils Libertarian circles.
Tagg took serious issue with the president calling his dad a liar.
This was a real question posed to Kirsten Gillibrand and Wendy Long, two women running for U.S. senate in New York, during their only debate.