Some corrections from the gang at Fox & Friends:
Ukraine was not Frasier’s brother on the show “Frasier.”
Game of Thrones is not an adult version of musical chairs.
There is no such restaurant as “Ruth’s Chris Christie’s.”
Jackson Browne is only one person.
Malaysia is not the female version of Asia.
Neal deGrasse Tyson does own a sandwich shop called “Quizmos.”
You cannot abbreviate the Supreme Court to spell SCROTUM.
Michelle Obama has never done porn.
Hong Kong is a region in China. Not a video game from Nintendo.
“Vaping” is not having sex with a vacuum cleaner.
Michael Strahan is not leaving to go be in “Good Morning Vietnam.”
Crimea is not related to Queen Latifah.
Pop Tarts do not cause “splosions.”
Boeing is a company. Not a sound effect.
Pharrell is not a “stylish hand sanitizer.”
Chicklets do not grow up to be roosters.
Chris Christie was never in the show “Three’s Company.”
Infinity pools have a limited amount of water.
Garfunkle is not Garfield’s black cousin.
The Chile Earthquake is not a bold new product from Dairy Queen.
Don Cheadle does not appear if you say “Cheadlejuice” three times.
Joe Biden’s office is only sometimes a’-rockin’.
Lifesavers aren’t medicine.
Captain Phillips is not a brand of rum.
Marvin Gaye liked women.
Nancy Pelosi is a human woman.
God loves figs.
Noah is not “found footage.”
Captain America was never a U.S. President.
The periodic table is not about “lady stuff.”
“Vice President Joe Biden revealed this week that he uses Men’s Clinique to keep his skin smooth, while John Boehner revealed he uses weather beater deck stain.” - Colin Jost, Weekend Update 4/5/2014
Richard Brody remembers Mickey Rooney: http://nyr.kr/1iphmO2
“To glance at him onscreen was to wonder what he was thinking, what he was feeling, what he’d do next—above all, to have the sense that he was running on bigger, wilder, stranger currents. And the less he did onscreen, the greater and more irresistible the wonder.”
Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.
Beautiful gif art. <3
via Atlantic Cities
A cartoon by David Sipress. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1ipFrV2
This latest addition was found by Research and Development intern Kat Arcement. She writes, “commentator Andrei Codrescu bemoans his fate at being in Baltimore, and not—I repeat, not—in Paris.
With one exception:
“Of course they don’t have baseball in Paris. The kids there kick things with their feet, but unless the ball hits a window and the classic shrew of a concierge starts pouring boiling water on pedestrians, it’s nothing to get excited about.”
Let 360 degrees of hashtags, notifications, and updates swallow you whole. - What It’d Be Like To Step Inside Your Twitter Feed