February 28, 2012
Here are some ridiculously happy animals who have clearly figured something out that they will hopefully share with the rest of us when they are done frolicking or whatever.
The polls close at 9 p.m., and early exit polling suggests a narrow Romney lead. Romney promised last night that he'd beat Barack Obama in Michigan in November. He's not that confident about tonight. [UPDATED: An earlier version of this post said Romney's quote was ambiguous; it isn't.]
A typical Democrat, voting for Santorum in the Michigan primary.
Considering how she looks, are you surprised? Plus, Katie Couric hangs with Marilyn, Snoop Dogg gets his hair done, and Alyssa Milano hits on the 70-year-old man at her gym like a pro.
Watch her grow right before your eyes.
Insider says the focus is on larger, more successful groups.
Did Katniss just bring back the "katsuit"? Plus, paleontologists discover an extinct giant penguin and Alabama picks up the trans-vaginal ultrasound baton. These and other Buzz that slipped under our radar await your clicking pleasure.
"A vote for Santorum keeps the circular firing squad of jerkos alive."
Hits back at Mitt for "economic lightweight" comment. "I’m someone who's gone out and worked hard and learned my economics from shining shoes," he says.
Two telling quotes from a press conference in Livonia, Michigan this morning.
Do the right thing, America.
Nothing captures that Yankee history quite like the smell of bleach and air fresheners. And that's just A-Rod. You also have bathroom smells.
The O'Reilly Factor catches some celebrities off guard with political questions on the red carpet. The man on the street encounters made for awkward encounters with some celebs when asked about politics. With Jason Segal, George Clooney, Penelope Ann Miller, and Tara Reid, who didn't want to talk about Occupy Wall Street.
These two continue to be the cutest thing on television.
Why sell them your personal belongings on eBay when you could sell them for Mitt Romney instead? Romney's 2008 Presidential campaign website let people sell off their old personal belongings to raise money for the campaign. They seem to have dropped this idea for 2012. If this seems confusing, it's because it is.
Cringe-inducing. I couldn't stop facepalming and omitting groans of "are you kidding me?!" while watching this last night.
Kyle Dyer became an unfortunate viral video star after she was mauled on air by an 85-pound Argentine mastiff and nearly had her lips ripped off. After 90 stitches and 2 surgeries, one of which sewed her mouth completely shut, Dyer will return to her anchor job this week on 9News Denver.
And that's okay. There's just something about watching an action hero beat up everyone to keep a child from harm that is Hollywood gold.
This is the best GIF from All-Star weekend. No contest. There isn't even a runner-up.
Do you get it? It's funny.
This just goes to show you that sometimes animals of different species don't have to kill eachother.
In an interview with ESPN.com's Arash Markazi, Griffin called the current NBA dunk contest "too demanding," and talked about how it would be great if you could just show up and dunk. He also alluded that if the league changes the way it works, then he might participate in the future. Do whatever Blake wants, NBA!
Yeah... Shopping. Right. Good point Google subway ad. That's why everyone uses Incognito mode. What else could anyone possibly use it for?
The fact that the all-male experts in ladyparts are played by Nick Offerman, Tim Meadows, Judd Nelson, and Kurtwood Smith makes this video hilarious but in real life, this debate isn't funny at all.
Sad commentary on our priorities as a nation or the saddest?
I am typically not one to fall into the age old Internet trope of complaining about shows and movies that don't yet exist. But as there is already an amazing Sherlock Holmes TV show being made, CBS's forthcoming "Elementary" would be redundant even if the early news about the show seemed good. It doesn't. UPDATED NOTE: I have no objection whatsoever to Watson being played by a woman or a person of color. I simply have a problem with the fact that while an amazing modern retelling of the Holmes story (that's true in spirit to its source material) is being done in England, America is getting a heavily adapted and seemingly "Hollywoodized" version of the tale. All too often this leads to a dumbed down product. Why crowd another development season with a property that's already being done well at this very moment? I should have been clearer, and I sincerely apologize to anyone I may have offended.
Trashy or classy? She's got the whole "American Apparel" look going on and yet, she still manages to look like a total fox.
Steve Urkel might as well go home. The Green Bay Packers wide receiver has this thing locked down.
The file, a compiled history of FBI investigations before his federal appointments, offers insight into the life and character of the former Governor and Housing and Urban Development Secretary. Agents' background interviews paint a picture of a Governor with a passion for civil rights, strict adherence to his Mormon faith, his "sensational tennis skills," and a friendly relationship with big labor. It also includes warm personal correspondence with FBI director J. Edgar Hoover. Here is the entire 345 page FBI file covering Romney's life until 1992.
Such mixed feelings on this. I hate when I actually like commercials, but these are pretty good.
Voters like Marilyn Overbeek are more focused on abortion than anything else, don't expect candidates to fix the economy, and just want a good Christian in office. "The other ones are kind of wishy-washy."
Stay creepy, Steven Tyler.
Hey, who put an extra day in my February? Silly universe, why don't you adhere to the mathematics of man?
The cast of the 14th season of "Dancing With The Stars" was announced this morning and I have two words for you: STEVE URKEL. At any rate, here's a breakdown of the entire cast's strengths, weaknesses, and likelihood to arouse television viewers to get up and vote for their dancin' asses.
The buck stops with him.
Donald Trump will do anything for attention.
The bidding for a pair Lin's boxer briefs from his Harvard days starts at $1,000.
Upset over opponent's robocalls to Dems.
A series of ebooks from Cherry Tree Media teaches the values of capitalism, the merits of foreign intervention, and more.
Those who tuned into Fox tonight to watch the Daytona 500 (the first NASCAR broadcast ever on primetime television) didn't get too much race before there was a massive fire delaying the proceedings. So what is a jet dryer and why did one explode?