What Do You Love: The Humorist What Do You Love: The Humorist
What Do You Love: The Humorist
1 Carl Sagan
2 Dorothy Parker
3 FWD: FWD: FWD: FUNNY EMAILS FROM GRANDMA
4 subtle jokes
5 Dyslexic jekos
6 my iPhone's auto-cuttlefish
7 prime numbers
8 movies without vampires
9 ambiguous endings
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Is the New ‘Meet the Press’ Just Politics as Usual? Chuck Todd’s tries to reboot the 67-year-old news show for 2014 with goatees, tattoos and a glimmer of hope.
Art in the Trenches A contemporary artist introduces viewers to soldiers’ wartime practice of turning artillery into artifacts
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Confessions of an Ex-Obama Superfan A new poll shows U.S. President Obama losing support among the demographics that helped elect him.
A Pageant That's Beautiful in More Ways Than One Artist Kehinde Wiley takes his renowned portraiture skills to Haiti for the latest iteration of his series The World Stage.
SeaWorld's Post Blackfish Syndrome The future is grim for America's favorite, freedom-quashing, aquatic theme park.
Latest Police Scandal: Highway Robbery It’s time to put an end to “civil asset forfeiture,” or as the practice is more commonly called, “the cops taking your money.”
In Australia, Your D.N.A. Can Now Be Privatized Genetic patents incentivize research, but they also restrict medical access.
These Older Women Will Forever Change the Way You Think About Fashion The forthcoming documentary Advanced Style spotlights a group of inspiring women who don't allow their ages to dictate their fashion choices.
8 Animals That Have Better Resumes Than You A collection of creatures that prove that you don't have to be human to serve society.
The World’s First Badass Educational Game A startup aims to engage students with novel play mechanics instead of clever marketing. Amplify’s revolutionary approach to designing games for the classroom? Hiring game designers, duh.
Stop Calling Abusers ‘Monsters’ A domestic violence survivor speaks out on Janay Rice, twitter activism, and society’s responsibility in preventing violence against women
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