Good afternoon. I just returned from the middle of nowhere and subsequently had no knowledge of anything that happened in the news the past week – what’s your excuse? Well, I just caught myself up on a bunch of last week’s events and am bringing you a litany of information you might not have known. Read forth:
Police and arrestee role play Pulp Fiction on way back to station. Guess who was Marvin?
WaPo endorses the Strasburg shutdown. Quick question, could the proponents of playing Strasburg please produce their medical degrees?
Breaking Bad is overrated. Finally someone agrees with me (and McCannon)
Does Tequila make us Crazy? A lesson in confirmation bias.
The Redemption of Michael K Williams. The actor who played Omar, if you don’t recognize his name.
Why Akin thought women’s bodies can shut down pregnancies after getting raped. WHAT IN THE ACTUAL FUCK?!
Woman botches restoration of Jesus painting. I can understand the outrage, but since no one knows what Jesus looked like, who’s to say this one isn’t MORE accurate?
School withholds Valedictorian’s diploma because she said “hell.” People who get uppity about curse words are idiots. Also, why isn’t this story about the fact that the inspiration for her speech was the third Twilight movie?
Top party schools. Who’s number one? McCannon’s number one!
“Melky Cabrera kept the Giants in the pennant race, twice knocked Willie Mays out of the franchise record book and helped decide homefield advantage for the World Series this October, but if there is any sense of logic left in baseball his greatest legacy should be that he provided the tipping point to getting Major League Baseball and the players association out of the drug testing administration business. It’s time for an independent agency to run the program.”
No videos this week except the top one again. Deal with it.