* Guy Branum tells homophobic 49ers to go play for Pittsburgh.
* A behind-the-scenes look at Kid President.
* Amazing underground lake in Guilin, China.
* God Made A Factory Farmer, via Funny or Die.
* I could watch gifs made from nature shows all day.
* The inspiring legacy of Teddy Roosevelt's stuffed namesake.
* As George W. Bush already well knows, everybody is a critic.
* A New Yorker article on getting older in America's youth culture.
* If you prick this bionic robot man, does he not bleed WTF HE DOES?!
Tags: China, Downton Abbey, Funny or Die, George W. Bush, God, LGBT, Nazis, Quentin Tarantino, San Francisco, Sara Schaefer, Science & Technology, Sports, Super Bowl, Teddy Roosevelt, The New Yorker, W. Kamau Bell
* Now the UN can keep you safe at home (sort of).
* The NFL invites you to be part of the game.
* Probably Science looks at the science of humor. E=mcLOL?
* McSweeney's Adventures in Atomic Tourism.
* Elvis' carpet did not match his curtains, and other facts.
* Parts I-IV of Simon Rich's amazing new story Sell Out.
* Bet you missed the 10 best commercials from last night's game.
* H.G. Wells (Paul F. Tompkins) and and Carl Sagan (Matt Gorley) have a chat at UCB.
Tags: Cracked, Daily Links, Football, Funny or Die, Paul F Tompkins, Science & Technology, Sports, Super Bowl, UCB, United Nations
They ruled out terrorism as the cause of the Super Bowl Blackout? Good! I would hate to think the terrorists figured out light switches!
— Rock (@TheMichaelRock) February 4, 2013
Eating Super Bowl leftovers for lunch. I shut myself up in a dark closet so it'd feel authentic.
— SlowDownBelle (@SlowDownBelle) February 4, 2013
Tags: Amish, Football, Guns, New Orleans, Sports, Super Bowl, Tweet Roundup, Twitter
And on the day after the Super Bowl, God looked down on a bleary-eyed America and said, I need someone to re-watch that Paul Harvey-exploiting Dodge Ram commercial and explain it to the overwhelming majority of Americans who can't tell a farm from FarmVille. So God made a blogger.
Tags: Advertising, Agriculture, Cars & Vehicles, Super Bowl
For football-watching Americans who didn't have a stake in this year's Super Bowl, but who did have an interest in supporting the team with the fewest bigots, Super Bowl XLVII presented a problem. What were progressive-minded people supposed to do during the sporting event bookending the Beyonce concert, when both teams featured players with less-than-perfect records of tolerance towards gays?
Tags: Baltimore, Football, LGBT, San Francisco, Super Bowl