Oswalt's keynote address at Montreal's Just For Laughs 2012. An entertaining look at the state of comedy and the democratization of content distribution.—JS
Let he who is without millions in income being exempted through the use of dozens of loopholes cast the first stone.
Of course, this kind of hurtful rejection is just the sort of thing that turns superheroes into supervillains.
Children who don't grow up living with both of their married parents "are more likely than similar children with married parents to experience childhood poverty, act up in class, become teenage parents and drop out of school." As Norm Macdonald used to say, you can read all about this study in the medical journal "Duh."—JM
This is considerably less dickish than it sounds like it's going to be. Pretty interesting, all in all.—JS
Fascninating stuff, though it really has more to do with psychology than math.—BK
If the aphorism doesn't rhyme, then it isn't worth a lousy nickel.
If you're a fan of Keaton, this extra-long interview is a must-read. (If for no other reason than the fact that even President Obama asked him why he doesn't make more movies.)—BK
What would happen if you tried to hit a baseball pitched at 90% the speed of light? The answer will delight you. Hilarious and fascinating.—JS
Terrific long interview with the man who breathes glorious life into Ron Swanson.—BK
In an effort to mine from a history they don't have, Tampa Bay pretended "Rays" was short for a relocated team of "Padres". One fan is unamused.—JS