Yesterday was another good day in the polls for Mitt Romney — Real Clear Politics has Romney up about 0.7 viagra online points nationally — and Nate Silver thinks the post-debate surge doesn’t show any signs of waning. “So far, the evidence that Mr. Romney’s debate bounce is receding is a bit anecdotal,” he writes. Read More
The Ohio State University Marching Band’s halftime show against Nebraska was the apotheosis of nerditry.
Because yes. Also: Ronald Reagan with an Uzi on a velociraptor. Abe Lincoln with an M-16 on a grizzly. Teddy Roosevelt vs. Sasquatch. Ben Franklin vs. Zeus.
The latest from Major Lazer. You gon’ get that work: Lisa Wade argues that Obama’s “cling to guns and religion” comments from ’08 are very different in character than Romney’s “47 percent” gaffe. Jill: “The ideological attacks on AIDS scholarship are scary. If the moral arguments against circumcision can stand on their own, then they Read More
Cord Jefferson wrote a widely criticized piece for Gawker calling for a reconsideration of how we deal with pedophiles — criticized in large part because it seemed to pussyfoot around actually referring to the rape of children as “rape”. Jennifer Bleyer has a less ham-handed take on that idea over at Slate. “Fred Berlin, the Read More
We probably need a late pass on this, but still…this is really addictive. You really should only holler at this if you don’t have anything important to do for the next hour.
Shake that body, party that baaaawwwwwwdy: Does NPR have a liberal bias? Ira Glass importunes On The Media to find out. It’s very hard to get a voter ID back in my home state. A list of celebrity types who used to be part of the 47 percent. “The following podcast contains profanity, obscenity, vulgarity Read More
A Kickstarter-funded media project called Blank on Blank recovered an old lost radio interview in which the champ sat down in 1966 to talk about his fantasies of interplanetary travel with a Chicago teenager. Ali joked that it would take him about ten years to get to Mars in order whoop some Red Planet ass. Read More
Sasheer Zamata, a comedian based here in NYC, starts to empathize with a random creeper who flashed his junk at her as she walked down the street one evening. (Oh, and hi. We’re back!)