October 25, 2012
A mixed message on the trail in the crucial state.
This probably won't take over one thousand years to digest. If Sarlacc wasn't a Huttese delicacy before, it is now.
Twitter has changed a lot over the last year, and it's not going to stop. But there's no need to get bogged down in the small policy tweaks — it's actually really simple.
Hell yeah, embarrassing stories.
You know what tastes just as good as fruit in a crust? Meat. And also: everything.
Please clear your appointments for the day, here are some fries you need to watch.
"Right now in Iran, a lot of little kids are about to die."
Steady there, buddy, let me call you a cab.
If you're gonna hate your job, you've got to at least get something more than minimum wage out of it. For seasonal employment planning purposes, ranked from worst to best.
I looked everywhere, and these might be the worst texting tips I've ever seen. DO NOT DO THESE THINGS.
The Gangnam Style singer gave hilarious answers.
With less two weeks left until the election, pollsters are churning out 20 state and national polls a day — all for attention. "Politics is not a major source of income, but it is a major source of branding," says Zogby.
The candidate ran a half-hour ad in 1994, and is looking to do the same this election.
Unskewed? Public Policy Polling a "biased, New World Order-friendly polling organization."
Test your knowledge of pizza chain restaurants and see if you're a true connoisseur.
The president tells Rolling Stone that Paul Ryan should have left Ayn Rand in high school.
Test your knowledge of the weird world of the world wide web. All quotes are taken from various social networks - identify them and impress your friends (yeah, right) with your high score!
From headbands to t-shirts, you can make wreaths out of a whole lot more than pine trees. Here are three ideas for holiday wreaths that won't shed all over your floors nearly as much.
Bless you! Magician Rich Ferguson practices his illusion on some unsuspecting locals.
So many Chris Murphys. The conservative Connecticut Senate candidate's new ad spot, "Marching," is strange and amazing.
Even Tyrannosaurus Rex has rules of etiquette.
Two days after his comments about rape, the conservative Senate candidate stays above the fold on Indiana's major newspapers. "In a Firestorm."
It's like a very posh port-o-potty.
In terms of page size proportions, the iPad Mini is more like a trade paperback and the Kindle Fire is a mass-market paperback. Coincidence? Conspiracy? Or the dawn of a new gadget-based class war?
If "leftover candy" is a foreign concept to you, just buy more.
Who knew videogame clowns could be just as terrifying as the real thing?
During the closing stretch of 2012, Obama promises a "brighter future," 2008 style. “A big agenda,” promises a senior campaign official.
It all goes back to Kenya.
Eastwooding never dies.
There's edible gold in them thar gourds.
Three dozen donuts. Crucial nutrition after an overnight flight from Vegas to Tampa.