October 2, 2012
"This is my band's new single."
Which one will show up tomorrow night for his first round with President Obama?
They think they're the best thing since sliced bread. And other groovy stuff.
WARNING! They may just make you cry again.
Off the record, he's loose as a goose and sort of endearing. "We can't show a side of him that exists," complains a member of his press corps.
Did they let the producer's teenager photoshopped this together as a prank? Plus, video game villains who were secretly victims and America doesn't know who killed Lincoln.
Made by crafters who really put the "do-it-yourself" back in DIY.
"Suck my dick! Fuck these computers and shit! Let's gang bang these hoes!" Try Windows 8?
Hilarious. Mad magazine wins the week.
On the day before the first presidential debate, Chairman Darrell Issa drops a letter claiming the administration didn't respond to a "pattern of security threats" in Benghazi. Will Lehrer ask? He can, says the Commission.
Democrat Patrick Murphy runs an ad about West's controversial handling of an Iraqi prisoner. A slugfest.
Live long and rock out! Leonard Nimoy and Adam West were some hip cats.
Speaking in Charlotte, North Carolina the Vice President said the middle class "has been buried the last four years."
Plus the official teaser poster! Never take off the mask.
The world of do-it-yourself jewelry has really stepped up its game. Thanks to all the creative craft bloggers out there, you can learn how to make the kind of jewelry you see in boutiques — and start sporting arm parties in no time.
If you lived here, you'd understand. Living your life as a tourist attraction takes its toll.
A "bird's eye view" has never been so literal. Plus, monsters you never knew were real and extreme oatmeal.
This new king of the playground is never washing that right hand.
The front pages didn't give the Brown-Warren Senate debate to either candidate as the horserace enters October.
IT JUST KEEPS FOLDING. Meet the Hexaflexagon.
"...unless they're fact based."
The president got a symbolic boost from revised jobs numbers. Not official yet, however.
"In my view, it's not so much about winning and losing," he says. But he'd still like to win.
In their second debate, the Senate candidates attack each other on all of the non-policy issues. David Gregory fanned the flames.
Obama’s basically too smart for us, so goes the campaign’s pre-debate spin. Carney: POTUS tendency to explain a “liability.” Psaki: he's “shortening” answers.