PR people explain how journos make their lives harder, so do these things more.
For example, journalists "generalize about how much 'those people' suck." Which is because journalists infer based on evidence.
Full disclosure: I have never seen Love, Actually because it always looked stupid.
Rick Santorum hopes someone does for Obamacare victims what Mandela did for blah people.
Congressional approval wouldn't be as low if people fully appreciated what it means to have to live and work in Washington, DC.
Rolfe will sell them out. #soundofmusicspoilers
They don't come out to get their prize. #soundofmusicspoilers
The goatherd dies lonely. #soundofmusicspoilers
The Nazis lose the war. #soundofmusicspoilers
Maria cheats on God. #soundofmusicspoilers
Like 90% of every day of my life I use zero tape delay, don't get the big deal.
Tonight on TV: A ruthless Nazi tries to initiate a romantic relationship, instead leaving hearts broken. Millionaire Matchmaker is back!
So if the Snowden leaks identified "areas of legitimate concern," was Obama not aware of those areas previously?
Also: "self-restraint" on the NSA may not be super effective.
Diners at the Exit 7 rest area on the Jersey Turnpike munch French fries as Wolf Blitzer inaudibly explains Nelson Mandela's legacy.
But: One person can change the world, and sometimes the good guys win. Heartening if nothing else is.
I was going to make fun of a guy on the train for reading a script with Carla Bruni and Obama getting it on, but he gave up his seat to a kid so now I'm doing this instead.
Chait and Hillyer and race and politics and how you shouldn't actually do the things people criticize you for when rebutting that critique
Woah, the GOP is prepared to start taking a look at this "Hillary" person. Should be illuminating.
A man has been charged with assaulting two bystanders who were shot by cops trying to shoot the man.
That is a nifty trick.
This 1953 French guide to surviving a nuclear attack is not terribly comforting.
Circa's top stories of 2013 has an interesting ranking -- a function of duration, maybe?
After "Holly Jolly Christmas," the Goo Goo Dolls were returned to their cages in the basement of 30 Rock to await another holiday season.
The Post buried the lede: resisting NSA location-tracking is so "futile," even Edward Snowden didn't outsmart it.
Since George H. W. Bush likes having his face on his socks, I put his face on other things. (Scroll down.)