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Anne Hathaway: In Defense of the Happy Girl — Sasha Weiss, The New YorkerOh, Anne! With your small head and pert nose and oversized, ready smile and glossy pixie cut and squeakily tuneful speaking voice, uttering lines like “It came true!” as you gaze at your newly won Oscar with moistened doe-eyes, wearing a powder-pink Prada gown adorned with diamonds and bows: Why are you so annoying?
Can the Republicans Be Saved From Obsolescence? — Robert Draper, The New York TimesAbout an hour into the session, Anderson walked up to a whiteboard and took out a magic marker. “I’m going to write down a word, and you guys free-associate with whatever comes to mind,” she said. The first word she wrote was “Democrat.”“Young people,” one woman called out.“Liberal,” another said. Followed by: “Diverse.” “Bill Clinton.”“Change.”“Open-minded.”“Spending.”“Handouts.”“Green.”“More science-based.”
Perform Criminal Background Checks At Your Peril — James Bovard, The Wall Street JournalAmericans can treat ex-offenders humanely without giving them legal advantages over similar individuals without criminal records. The EEOC's new regulatory regime is likely to chill hiring across the board and decrease opportunities for minority applicants.
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President of the United States Barack Obama's 2013 State of the Union Address
9 Rules For a Really Big Corgi Meetup at the Beach — Matt Stopera, Buzzfeed
Rule 1: Look really, really irresistibly cute.
Taxis and the shortest route home (from my email) — Tyler Cowen, Marginal RevolutionIf you’ve ever wondered why a seeming professional cab driver will ask you how to get to your destination, this is why. Going your way means they’ll make more money and they won’t be accused of ripping you off.
The Running of the (Inaugural) Balls — Monica Hesse and Dan Zak, The Washington PostWe could each only moveon to the next ball if:
1. We consumed a food item or beverage with a political name (a “Yes We Canape,” for example).
2. We found any elected official, a person wearing a tiara or a celebrity of passable renown.
3. We participated in a group dance (“The Electric Slide,” for example, or “The Wobble”).
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Watch President of the United States Barack Obama and Vice President of the United States Joe Biden get sworn in on Jan. 20, this time without any flubs.
Manti Te'o's Dead Girlfriend, the Most Heartbreaking and Inspirational Story of the College Football Season, is a Hoax — Timothy Burke and Jack Dickey, DeadspinThe photographs identified as Kekua—in online tributes and on TV news reports—are pictures from the social-media accounts of a 22-year-old California woman who is not named Lennay Kekua. She is not a Stanford graduate; she has not been in a severe car accident; and she does not have leukemia. And she has never met Manti Te'o.