* Here's a documentary about comedian-turned-NYC mayoral candidate Randy Credico.
* If you missed Rand Paul's filibuster, check out the 120-second version.
* The Bulls and other teams with horns Dennis Rodman wants to join.
* UCBComedy tries to figure out the FCC's censorship guidelines. [NSFW]
* President Obama shows his willingness to reach across the aisle for a bill.
* Magic School Bus teacher Ms. Frizzle gets raked over the coals at a local PTA meeting.
* A Pennsylvania councilman sent an inappropriate email, which means he's ready for Congress!
Tags: Barack Obama, Dennis Rodman, Drugs, Education, Fashion, FCC, Filibuster, Michelle Obama, New York City, Pennsylvania, PTA, Rand Paul, Randy Credico, Satan, Sequester, The New Yorker, UCB
Finally, someone has combined the glamour of the civil service, the enchantment of stamps and the allure of utilitarian apparel into one irresistible package.
The U.S. Postal Service has announced plans to release its own men's fashion line and at last, give every American the chance to be as foxy as a mailman.
The new product line, branded "Rain Heat & Snow," may sound like a brilliant way to save the USPS from its $16 billion deficit, but we have some suggestions for making a good thing even better:
Tags: Fashion, Post Office, Postal Service
Four years ago, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) celebrated President Obama's swearing-in by inaugurating her cheeky presence on Twitter:
Scalia in a really weird hat.
— Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) January 20, 2009
It seems that hat has haunted her dreams for quite some time, because she returned to fashion-tweeting just in time for this year's ceremonies:
Tags: Antonin Scalia, Claire McCaskill, Fashion, Inauguration, Twitter
Inauguration ball date needed
I want to go to an innauguration ball at the La'Plaza hotel. The ticket is like 85-100 bucks, the hotel room is like 250.00. I would like to dress up and go with a gentlemen that wants to go out with a classy, witty, woman to this event. I would like to get dressed up, meet you, dance and drink all night and then retire to the hotel room. I guarantee you will have a great time. I am not saying that sex is involved.
Not only is she not saying sex is involved, this was listed under "Strictly Platonic," so there you have it. Strictly platonic retiring to the hotel room. Maybe she means actual retirement. Maybe this is an innovative lobbying effort from the AARP.
Tags: Fashion, Inauguration, Men & Women, Michelle Obama, Sex, Washington DC