There have been FOUR complaints against him. We reported on the fourth in this story: »
By a vote of 56-43, Loretta Lynch was confirmed as Attorney General of the United States on Thursday afternoon. It took the do-nothings in the Senate more than five months to take their thumbs out of their asses and stop swordfighting with their proverbial dicks for long enough to take care of this simple task. »
Yeah, similar frequency to the number of female stars who claim that they eat donuts and burgers and shit and never exercise. I’m sure some of them do, but, ladies, come on. All of you? Nah. »
Ted Cruz, manna from the sky for political hatewatchers, is a veritable fount of bombastic crazy, and has been since his college debate years. And we’re all better for it.
This post was originally scheduled to run at 10 am, but it unscheduled itself and reverted back to an old headline. »
Did you know that only 93 percent of films released by major studios last year were directed by men? And that only 70 percent of speaking roles in films are given to men? It’s a real tragedy, and finally, women are banding together to do something about it. This is powerful stuff. »
Caroline Rotich, of Kenya, breaks the tape to win the women’s division of the Boston Marathon, Monday, April 20, 2015 in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) »
Welcome to the third installment of DUDEFIGHTS, a new-ish and surprisingly regular feature that highlights Inside Boys fighting with each other and me just sitting back and enjoying the action. »
One day too late for Throwback Thursday, below you’ll find a photo of Marco Rubio dressed as a Chippendale’s Dancer for a high school talent show, with a full head of hair and one visible nipple. You’re welcome and I’m very, very sorry.
Exceptional actor and even better beard-wearer Oscar Isaac is on a press tour to promote his new film Ex Machina (I’ve heard it’s pretty good!) He is also aware of the fact that this blogger and many, many of this site’s readers think he looks much better with a beard. »
I had a doppelganger in Chicago whose name was Jackie and worked for UBS. At the time, I worked at Merrill Lynch. We never met, but about once a month, some stranger in a bar would approach me and start talking to me like I was Jackie. »