October 4, 2012
In a statement, debate moderator Jim Lehrer defends his 36th debate, but wanted more time. "My only real personal frustration was discovering that ninety minutes was not enough."
Cookies come from the store? And you can just buy them whenever you want?!
Go ahead, he won't mind.
Even the president's most loyal fans have got to be getting annoyed with this.
Roger Stone is shocked, shocked.
Public broadcasting taking Romney at his word. "PBS is trusted, valued and essential."
So much that he wrote an op-ed to the New York Times writer who called it "lazy." That and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
BlackNerdComedy nailed it. Yep, ladies have to pretend to like nerd culture because otherwise they'd never get attention from guys, right?
You'll either think this is brilliant or hell. All the fun of rock climbing without all that pesky risk of death.
The Republican presidential nominee said he wouldn't lower the share of the burden higher income people pay in taxes at the debate Wednesday night. In a February Republican primary debate, Romney said he would cut taxes for everybody "including the top one percent."
There are now one billion people on Facebook. It might seem like a good thing, but trust me: it just means more of THIS.
The farm was almost as big as two football fields. Plus, scary South American monsters and bizarre cookie ingredients.
"In one regard" — letting the Bush tax cuts expire. Straight talk from the Vice President in Iowa.
In a new online ad campaign from the pro-Obama SuperPAC American Bridge 21st Century, it's not just Big Bird who's pissed at Romney. "No wedding bells for Bert and Ernie after 43 years."
The U.S. Marine Corps is allowing women to take its Infantry Officer Course for the first time. Of the two women enrolled in the inaugural mixed-gender class, one passed the first of 86 days.
Correction: WEALTHY, lazy geeks. Full zip hoodies were disqualified on the basis of being soooo 2011.
Word to the wise, don't steal Naomi's pizza. The only downside to this interactive YouTube video is you only get to make one choice.
Colleen Lachowicz is a State Senate candidate by day, "orc assassination rogue" by night. Or does facing off with troglodytes and balancing a life and a raid schedule make her MORE qualified?
These 16 things are guaranteed to happen every time.
What the voters who actually matter are reading.
They call glitter "the herpes of crafting supplies." It's sticky as hell, yes, but I say: May it never go away. Glitter is forever.
Bacon isn't the only thing we're eating into extinction. Plus, Netflix stock is on the rebound and brides can be crazy or cool.
Facebook says Facebook is like a chair. A doorbell. A dance floor. A great nation. Facebook is EVERYTHING.
Their social team tweeted a horribly tasteless non-joke about Barack Obama's dead grandmother.
A pivot to the center ends his long and painful campaign to win over the Republican party. Government — it's not so bad after all!
Pretend you saw all 90 minutes by watching this.
During Wednesday's Presidential debate, Mitt Romney said that he loved Big Bird, while also saying that he planned on cutting funding to PBS. The Internet had a field day.
“You can take the 'Pants on Fire' rating to the bank on that one,” says Schumer's spokesman.
"The mark of a good moderator here is to not be a part of the story."
In the spin room, Obama officials try to make the "testy" charge stick. Reporters aren't buying it.
"Y'all stop making fun of Jim Lehrer, this is his Make-A-Wish."
Where the Wi-Fi is $175, and it sometimes works.
Of all the photos coming out of Wednesday's Presidential debate, three seemed to define how the night went for President Obama.
The MSNBC host said Obama can't handle another two more debate performances like his debate tonight.
The longtime presidential debate moderator let the candidates push him around repeatedly on Wednesday.
Twitter picks the true star of the debate — men's haircoloring.
The President praised the Massachusetts plan that served as a model for ObamaCare.
Ann Romney may have looked slightly trendier than bona fide fashion icon Michelle in her all-white ensemble (it's a bold move, this many days after Labor Day). Whose debate look do you prefer?
By standing on the stage with the president as an equal.
How stressed are they tonight?
"If I was contacted by the Gary Johnson people I would have gone with them."