Mitt Romney has become self-aware.
Obvious choice for Tumblr of the Day is “Mitt, Venn and Now.” Bonus points for pulling off the challenging Triple Venn.
While the U.S. Constitution clearly did not take into consideration any tweets by our founding fathers, it is probably safe to assume that Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson would have loved to tweet their opinions as much as they loved to write for the newspapers of their day (sometimes under anonymous pseudonyms similar to today’s twitter user names). — from today’s NY court ruling ordering Twitter to turn over the account details of an OWS protestor. Yeah, I don’t know, either.
Dear Jesus. What the hell is this pinning crap, Tumblr?
Twitter’s down! Everyone panic and flee to the depressing, empty wasteland of Google+!
Once Washington was a happy place where a girl and her mother could be groped simultaneously in good fun by a white supremacist. Sadly, it has all been ruined by Kim Kardashian and Ezra Klein. — I didn’t think there was anything new or clever that could be said about this terrible (TERRRRRRIBLE) Sally Quinn column, but Jonathan Chait’s closing paragraph is one for the ages.
Moreover, the episode places Butters’ [What What In The Butt] video alongside other YouTube hits including, among others, the Numa Numa Guy, the Sneezing Panda and the Afro Ninja. — Safe to say this is the single most important jurisprudential sentence ever to emerge from the Seventh Circuit. [via TechDirt]
Parks and Rec x Game of Thrones. (via)
I love this so hard.