Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon play two pre-teens at summer camp in this goofy clip from “The Tonight Show.” The banter between the two wasn’t entertaining enough in itself, the pair repeatedly regales us with a harmonized rendition of “Jumper” by Third Eye Blind. Sigh, I miss “Jumper,” don’t you? [Jezebel]
I can’t go to your holiday because I’m an introvert who has better things to do.
You wouldn’t understand because you’re not an introvert. You’re probably an extrovert, or worse, a warm, emotionally-stable person who can relate to other people.
I’m an introvert. Ask my life coach. He says I’m an introvert, which is what he would expect from a Gemini with a Cancer rising.
I didn’t choose to be an introvert. Does the shark choose to be a shark? Does the panther choose to be a panther? One of the great things about being an introvert is you can ask questions out loud and not have to worry about ever hearing an answer. Keep reading »
This kitty wants to hang out with baby goats so badly that she makes her way through the fence to join them in their pen. Is this not the cutest thing you’ve ever seen (in the last twelve hours, at least)? [Love Meow]
Whether you’re looking for a gag gift or just something to give to someone you hate, Etsy has got you covered. The site is chock full of (unintentionally) ugly items, that make you wonder why the hell they were made in the first place. Perfect for a holiday surprise that is sure to leave your recipient saying “WTF?” while you stand by enjoying yourself, here are some of our favorites.
Yesterday, as a siege in Sydney, Australia unfolded at the hands of a lone gunman who took over a cafe and held over a dozen people hostage, “Fox & Friends” co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck jumped at the chance to use the situation as a jumping off point to defend the CIA torture program — as if the two are in any way intertwined. After the show provided an update on the scene in Sydney (which has since resulted in the death of two hostages), she suddenly changed the subject:
“Meanwhile, the actual individuals here at home who have been looking into and trying to stop attacks like this and perhaps future hostage situations, as we are still at war indeed with ISIS and terrorism, are the CIA, and they have been painted as the bad guys at home.”
Oh, and then they cut right to a clip of Dick Cheney defending the torture program on “Meet The Press,” as if that has anything to do with anything.
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