mediaite: Let’s all pause and take a moment to watch President George W. Bush say “testicles” on national TV. Twice.
The porpoises were unavailable for comment.– Porpoises rescue Dick Van Dyke | guardian.co.uk
An article in Section A on Oct. 13 about Bell Councilman Lorenzo Velez referred...– Bell councilman an accidental hero by staying clear of corruption scandal - latimes.com
Man bites dog, for real. →
And journalism professors everywhere orgasm. from theweekmagazine
New Zealand host has a laugh over Sheila Dikshit’s name, proves himself to be a dickshit.
MSNBC: Keepin' It Real →
aatombomb: … Dan Abrams, an NBC legal analyst and host of the now-defunct prime-time MSNBC show calledThe Abrams Report, was promoted to the position of MSNBC general manager. It was an odd move. Abrams had no management experience and had landed the job on the basis of writing a six-page memo about his plans for the network. It also helped that Abrams, like Griffin, was a Zucker...
Droid phone snatcher slips away despite manhunt,... →
When asked after authorities called off the manhunt whether the response fit the crime, Nielepko said, “I think the helicopter is what threw more attention to this.” He added that the response was both standard and appropriate. “Whenever we see there’s a threat to public safety, we’re going to dedicate any resources we have to apprehend that person,” he said.
Q&A: Discoverer of Dead Gay Duck Sex | LiveScience →
Best. Headline. Ever.
BBC - No joke as Brazil clown tops votes for... →
heller: “Tiririca survived a last-minute legal challenge to his candidacy amid evidence that he did not meet the literacy requirement for elected office.” Clowns. First they rule the TV. Then your nightmares. Then Brazilian Congress. WHAT NEXT?!?
I wrote Sarah Palin a letter last night about 2 in the morning. And I said:...– Fox News personality Glenn Beck, speaking on his radio show in September, as quoted in a New York Times magazine profile of him. (via officialssay)
Sports columnists told not to have loaded...
nyobserver: Koblin in today’s paper has an astonishing piece about a new policy at Newsday that forbids sports columnists from using “loaded” language and “name-calling.” This is a few months old, but if you haven’t seen it, you should probably read the whole thing. Through to the end. Just saying.