Monthly Archives: October 2015

Marie Osmond pees her pants on stage

Here come the Depends jokes:

Ring Ring. Telephone @marieosmond. Depends is asking if you would be their next spokesperson. LOL. Big dry hugs to you!

— Mark McLain (@MarkMcLain) March 13, 2012

@marieosmond Donny's not the only thing thing Marie now "depends" on in concert!

— Tom (T Patrick) Ryan (@RyanTBo28) March 13, 2012

Elder has question for Pres. ‘If I had a son’ Obama; Schools Lamont Hill

Boom! Conservative author Larry Elder has been destroying race-baiters over the Zimmerman trial and their responses to the verdict.

Indeed. Today, he continued his beautiful reality checks while also setting his brilliant sights on Mr. Post-racial (wink wink!) Obama.

Double boom!

The always foul Marc Lamont Hill took issue with that:

Elder set him straight:

Professor schooled!

The vile tolerance brigade swiftly turned up the hate and the racism:!/WDMichael/status/357123727886008320

Yep. Revolting. But totally expected from the racist Left.

Mr. Elder’s tweets struck home with the sane.

Keep speaking real truth to power, Mr. Elder!


Boom-tastic! Larry Elder, Brit Hume tweet epic Al Sharpton slam

Conservative Larry Elder tweets refreshing post-Zimmerman verdict reality checks

Keith Ellison gets emoji happy with ‘then vs. now’ #RaiseTheWage graphics

Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison is on a #RaiseTheWage crusade again today:

Today is National Minimum Wage Day. Why do we need to #RaiseTheWage? The federal minimum wage hasn’t kept up with the cost of basic goods.

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

The minimum wage in 1968 was $1.60 an hour—$10.56 in 2014 dollars—but the current minimum wage is only $7.25 an hour.

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

Average cost of some goods increased, but the purchasing power of the minimum wage dropped. Here’s what #RaiseTheWage means in emojis.

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

If there was too much mathy stuff in those three tweets, the liberal Democrat tried to make the point, emoji-style:

If you worked an hour in a minimum wage job in 1968, you could afford 🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞, but in 2014 you can afford 🍞🍞🍞

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

If you worked an hour in a minimum wage job in 1968, you could afford ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️, but in 2014 ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️.

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

If you worked an hour in a minimum wage job in 1968, you could afford 🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫, but in 2014 🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫.

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

If you worked an hour in a minimum wage job in 1968, you could afford 🍔🍔🍔, but in 2014 you can afford 🍔. #RaiseTheWage

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

We must #RaiseTheWage so working families can afford basic needs. Find out how much your favorite emoji cost in 1968 and tweet it out!

— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) October 10, 2014

Is there an emoji to depict what can be afforded by unpaid interns?

On the other side of the coin:

@NoahCRothman If you worked an hour in 1968 you could be drafted, breath asbestos or leaded gas emissions, or be bombed by Bill Ayres.

— mitrebox (@mitrebox) October 10, 2014

@NoahCRothman which is inflation which u r governing have lied & said is none & taxes, bought new car 1971 for $2100 @DCCC @GOP @TPMFL

— fedup52 (@fedup52) October 10, 2014

@NoahCRothman This applies to all monetary value. The guy's just a professional whiner.

— Deborah Clarkson (@Dc37Deborah) October 10, 2014

@keithellison @moorehn if they stopped eroding the purchasing power of the $ then we wouldn't have these prob as severely as we do

— Wesley Harr (@Wesley_Harr) October 10, 2014

@keithellison adults shouldn't be working minimum wage jobs. You can be unskilled and work an assembly line for $12 an hour.

— Joshua (@joshwarren1984) October 10, 2014

I was behind someone in Walgreens the other day and they were buying a $4.29 bag of chips w/SNAP. Stuff your #RaiseTheWage @keithellison

— Scott Lofquist ن (@ScottLofquist) October 10, 2014

@ScottLofquist @keithellison 7-11 he hauls out EDBT card buys 3 cookies $4 didn't have 2 earn it spend away #RaiseTheWage u raise benies

— fedup52 (@fedup52) October 10, 2014

.@keithellison 👉👌

— S.M (@redsteeze) October 10, 2014

@keithellison How much did it cost a Democrat bundler in 1968 to get an investigation stopped and his son promoted? 😂😂😂🐀🐀🐀🎱🎱🎱🙈🙉🙊💃💃💃#tcot

— Brian (@McSorley64) October 10, 2014

@NoahCRothman I don't have enough fingers to figure this out. Maybe drink less coffee if your job sucks, I don't know.

— Matt Whiskey (@CincyMatty) October 10, 2014

This is NOT the “solution” Ellison’s looking for:

So cut taxes. MT @keithellison: hour in a minimum wage job in 68, you could afford ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️, in 2014 ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️

— Giles (@GilesMcK) October 10, 2014

Perish the thought!

Did Ellison factor in SNAP benefits? Maybe there’s no emoji for that either.

At least they treat us like adults.

— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 10, 2014

@NoahCRothman I, for one, refuse to devolve to hieroglyphics.

— Hugo Hackenbush (@MangyLover) October 10, 2014

We Tried Out Pinterest Hair Tutorials And This Is What Happened

Looks like things are about to get Pinteresting.

Nathan W. Pyle for BuzzFeed / Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

2. With Pinterest being one of the most popular beauty resources, we got five women with different hair types to try out the most popular DIY hairstyles.


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Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Allison: I’m Jewish so I got that Jew hair: longish, darkish, curlyish, frizzyish.

Kirsten: I have short, thick, wavy hair. I’ve never been very into doing my hair, so this is going to be interesting for me. I’ll be excited if I can find some quick, easy hairstyles.

Candace: Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve been “blessed” with more hair than I can handle. It always air-dries into a a grown-ass Simba mane.

Kristin: I have long, fine, curly hair. If it’s too long I look like a cocker spaniel; if it’s too short, it frizzes up and I look like a clown. I am bad at Pinterest, so I do not have high hopes for this.

Sheridan: Well, I’m black. But really, I like to describe my hair as “What the fuck are you?” It does this weird curly-wavy-straight thing and there’s a reason why I see my hairdresser as often as possible.

4. The Half-Crown Braid Tutorial from Hair Romance from the front…

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Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


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Macey J Forornda for BuzzFeed

Macey J Forornda for BuzzFeed


6. …and from the back:

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Macey Foronda for BuzzFeed


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Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Allison: Not to be Allison Bragg, but I was pretty sure this one was going to be easy for me since I’ve been known to dabble in the braid crown. My technique is typically the poor man’s version of this, so I was a little thrown off, but overall it was pretty easy.

Kirsten: This one isn’t bad. I mean, I am pretty bad at hair, but I can conquer a braid, so this one wasn’t terrible for me. Though I do wish I had some Rapunzel locks to make this look cooler.

Candace: Braiding is actually a way for me to pin down the puffiness of my hair. It was hard to determine how much hair to actually grab though. I was really proud of my braids, so I discovered I DID get something out of Girl Scouts.

Kristin: I got lucky. I got so lucky. I was not expecting this turn out OK and THEN IT TOTALLY DID. I haven’t seen it from the back, but I suspect I am living the American hair dream. Also, taking this out was easier than putting this in.

Sheridan: Like WTF kind of black magic is this shit? The chick’s hair looks FLAWLESS in the tutorial, and if she’s gonna tell me she didn’t blow-dry, straighten, then perfectly wave the bottom in order to have a good base to do this, then buh-bye. In the end, it didn’t look as terrible as I thought it would, but let’s be honest, this style is for longer hair.

8. The Two-Minute Updo With a Headband from Hello Natural

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Macey J Forornda for BuzzFeed


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Macey J Forornda for BuzzFeed


Allison: LOL! We all looked like George Washington or judges from the 18th century.

Kirsten: Is my rat tail out? My ears kept poking out like that girl from Lord of the Rings. Actually, just Orlando Bloom. But like a not-hot version. Also, this did not take me two minutes. This could come out at any second. Actually — like right now, it is coming out right now.

Candace: I think my hair is just too damn thick for the Pinterest lifestyle. I aimed for 1920s chic, but because of how bad I am with hair, I got George Washington mixed with Princess Leia.

Kristin: I think this only takes two minutes if you are good at things, which I am not. Also, my hair is way too fine for this. I feel like I’m wearing a hat. Allison and Kirsten look good, though.

Sheridan: I feel like it’s the Regency era and I’m a Bennet sister but no one mentions me because I’m worse than Lydia.

10. The Easy Hair Bow from Beautylish

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Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Allison: I was so excited for this one because it’s a BOW MADE OF HAIR, GUYS! But it ended up looking like three buns on the top of my head. Whatever, I’m not mad at it. Going to try this every day for the rest of 2015 and see if I can perfect it. Hoping to really nail it down as my summer look.

Kirsten: I feel like this is a hairstyle that I would see on Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century. Or maybe Ariana Grande would wear this and people would look at you like, “How does that girl not have a headache?”

Candace: I swear, it is pretty much impossible for me to line something up perfectly in the center of my head. I need to live in the ’80s where everything was to the side. I’m proud because I could actually get a semi-decent bow, but the lopsidedness was so sad, so, so sad.

Kristin: Look, I’ve always wanted to join the Mickey Mouse Club, so this worked out fine for me.

Sheridan: LOL. No.

12. The Half-Up Criss-Cross Updo from Ma Nouvelle Mode from the side…

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Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


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Macey J Forornda for BuzzFeed

Macey J Forornda for BuzzFeed


14. …and from the back:

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Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Allison: I don’t get this one at all. It’s just like a half pony thing? Also teasing my hair is a big mistake, and I know not to go there.

Kirsten: When I teased my hair that gave me a nice “after sex” look, but not the kind you want, the kind where you run into the bathroom and fix yourself so the person isn’t terrified of you.

Candace: So, I feel like Snooki pre-baby right now, and I’m ready for my duckface selfie. You’re supposed to tease your hair for more volume in the tutorial, and I should have known not to do that based on how poofy my hair already is.

Kristin: This took me three tries. I tried so hard, you guys, but all I got was mad bumps. My hair just didn’t wanna. No amount of back-combing was gonna make this happen for me. Now I just have a head full of frizz.

Sheridan: So, according to the tutorial, short hair girls can totally rock this hairstyle, and I have to say…doesn’t look too terrible. The teasing was my favorite part — it brought me back to my picturesque New Jersey childhood in which bumps were REQUIRED. I wish I had a little bit straighter hair just so that the sides would look less frizzy and a little more ~sleek~ but I didn’t hate this so SUCCESS.

16. The Straightened Braid Waves Tutorial from Hey Wanderer

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Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed

Macey J. Foronda for BuzzFeed


Allison: This made me look like I’m in an ’80s hair band. I guess it’s supposed to curl your hair, but it kind of straightened mine?

Kirsten: I think I should have tried larger braids because I kinda look like I got electrocuted. This hairstyle was described as “after beach” wavy and I look like “after I got caught in the undertow” wavy.

Candace: Welp, I was super excited about this, thinking, “YAS I can finally do my hair in under an hour.” Wrong, so wrong. I ended up getting this, like, ’00s middle school crimped-lion hybrid. I made my natural waves turn into teeny tiny riptides. I feel like I have no skill.

Kristin: Yeah, my hair looks the same.

Sheridan: I feel like this hairstyle actually made my hair look straighter. I could totally rock this look normally — no sarcasm. Maybe people will mistake me for Solange Knowles. Don’t white people think that all black people look alike? They’ll be like, “Black girl, big hair, Solange, Solange!” I’m just getting carried away now. This one is an A+, y’all.

18. After putting our hair expertise to the test, we had some final thoughts:

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Allison: I don’t even own a brush, hair dryer, or straightener, soooo I suppose I’m not the target demo here. I prefer to keep my look au naturel, but I am a big fan of all these braids and bows and will definitely incorporate them into my look (summer 2015 here I come).

Kirsten: I’m the type of person that can’t even get all of my hair into a ponytail correctly, so these tutorials were hard for me to say the least. They are advertised as being super easy and quick to do, but if you don’t have fine, long, wavy hair I think they don’t work as well.

Candace: I mean, it’s always been incredibly hard to do anything with my hair, and I know I am an exception, but people still have insanely thick hair like me. I guess there really are hairstyles that are specifically for certain hair, and that’s OK. To those with coarse and unruly hair out there, you’re NOT alone.

Kristin: I think the important takeaway here is that doing your hair is hard, and being good at it is harder, so everyone should just try to be a little nicer and more patient with themselves because we all have to go through a lot of bologna to look good in the morning.

Sheridan: I’m glad I got to be a part of this and represent the awkward black girl who doesn’t know how to do her own hair, but this honestly just reaffirmed my belief that you don’t get in between a black woman and her weekly hairdresser, whether that’s her sister, mom, paid professional, aunt, or even a dad who knows how to wield a comb like no other.

Adrian Grenier says Obama still has to win his vote

Linking to a Rolling Stone article on global warming, “Entourage” star Adrian Grenier wants President Barack Obama to turn his attention back to climate change and green jobs.

One follower — with the decidedly non-green-sounding handle “Private Jet Lady” — agrees.

@adriangrenier @BarackObama makes sense

— Private Jet Lady (@PrivateJetLady) July 23, 2012

Is there a vote in play in Hollywood? Is Obama in trouble if he doesn’t get back to halting the ocean levels from rising?

Nah. But like acting, it’s fun to pretend.



Madness: Suspicious packages reportedly discovered in Senate buildings; Updated

First the Boston Marathon bombing. Then letters to the Senate and the president testing positive for ricin. Now, reports of suspicious items in the Russell and Hart Office Buildings.

People not being let out into hallways of Hart as USCP probe possible suspicious package.

— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) April 17, 2013

Seeing tweets about suspicious packages in both Russell Senate Building and Hart Senate Building, suspicious substance mailed to White House

— Logan Dobson (@LoganDobson) April 17, 2013

Police are announcing in Russell that they’re clearing the area around Sen. Richard Shelby’s office, @kellyo says live on @msnbc.

— Kasie Hunt (@kasie) April 17, 2013

Senate’s Hart building is being evacuated due to suspicious package. #senate

— Sara Wyant (@agripulse) April 17, 2013

@danabashcnn reporting that Hart building is being evacuated and that there are warnings in the Russell building-adding to high alert in DC

— Erin McPike (@ErinMcPike) April 17, 2013

Police investigating suspicious packed in Russell Senate office building….I’m down the hall

— John Graziano (@JAGraziano) April 17, 2013

Per @richedsondc – Senate aide says Cap Police tell them suspicious pkg in Hart Bldg atrium and suspicious envelope on 3rd floor

— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) April 17, 2013

THIS @bennyjohnson Email from Capitol Police telling all staffers to stay in their offices due to suspicious package:…

— SalenaZito (@SalenaZitoTrib) April 17, 2013

According to Politico, bomb squads are at both buildings:

RT @politico: BREAKING: Bomb squad on the scene at Hart and Russell Senate office buildings #BreakingNews

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) April 17, 2013

We will continue to monitor this situation and update with developments.


BREAKING: Senator Shelby’s office confirms Police are investigating suspicious package at his office.

— WKRG (@WKRG) April 17, 2013

Latest: Parts of Capitol being evacuated. 2 suspicious pkgs at Hart building; suspicious envelope at Russell building.

— Josh Levs (@joshlevscnn) April 17, 2013

Police are reportedly questioning a man:

CNN: Man in custody on 3rd floor of Hart Office Building

— Chris Golden (@chrisgolden) April 17, 2013

CNN’s Lisa Desjardins reporting Capitol Hill Police are questioning a man with a backpack in the area of the Hart office building

— PCNN (@PCNN) April 17, 2013

CNN’s Lisa Desjardins reports the man raised suspicion with the content of his backpack and how he responded to police questions

— PCNN (@PCNN) April 17, 2013


Manchin, coming off Senate floor, says he “just heard they quarantined the office, took everybody out of my office.”

— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) April 17, 2013

Geez RT @cnbcnow: [PHOTO] Hazardous Materials Response Team truck outside of Russell Senate Office Building:…

— J.J. (@CarbonPrimo) April 17, 2013

Photo: A bomb squad at the Russell Senate Office Building – Instagram’s gingergibson #POTUS

—res7cue (@res7cuefox5) April 17, 2013

“Back in your office, shelter in place please!” Capitol police to those walking halls exposed to atrium in Hart Building. Suspicious pckg.

— michael viqueira (@mikeviqueira) April 17, 2013

Media crowd outside US Hart Senate Building…

— Scott MacFarlane (@MacFarlaneNews) April 17, 2013


Suspicious packages removed from Hart Building, reports @danabashcnn. Capitol police did not say what was in pkgs, she reports

— Dave Boucher (@Dave_Boucher1) April 17, 2013

UPDATE – Senator Shelby’s office has been given the all clear. #susiciouspackage

— DERRICK ROSE | TV (@DRoseTV) April 17, 2013

Cap Police have announced all-clear in Hart Building of suspicious packages. All test results negative, they say.

— Anthony Capaccio (@ACapaccio) April 17, 2013

Dana Bash reports Cap. Hill Police have removed the suspicious packages/letters and given the all-clear for Hart and Russell Senate offices.

— John O’Connor Jr.(@JohnOConnorJr_) April 17, 2013

Obama wouldn’t want Adam Baldwin to ask this question. But he did anyway!

What question this time? Well, as Twitchy reported, President Obama upped the ignorance factor during his speech Wednesday night when he not only said that “ISIL is not Islamic,” but that “no religion condones the killing of innocents.”


Actor Adam Baldwin has one simple question for the president:

Obama: "ISIL is not Islamic. No religion condones the killing of innocents…" What is the definition of "innocents" under Sharia?

— Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) September 11, 2014

*Fist pump*

@AdamBaldwin There you go bringing facts into it again…

— Patrick Kellner (@PatrickKellner) September 11, 2014

@AdamBaldwin This is why you're awesome. You ask the questions they just don't want to answer!

— Tara McNab (@TaraAnnMeow) September 11, 2014

And a follow-up exit question for the president:

@AdamBaldwin I wonder if Zionist Jews like me are ever innocent.

— Steven (@ArlingtonSteve) September 11, 2014


In case you missed it, how ignorant is Obama? THIS ignorant

Some people noticed something peculiar about Obama’s American flag pin; Symbolic?

See Katie Pavlich flog Obama with one simple post-speech question

Did Obama’s speech again display staggering lack of self-awareness? (Hint: Yes. Here’s how)

It takes just one tweet to brilliantly nutshell Obama’s hot mess of a befuddled speech

If you think you are the only one baffled by Obama’s speech, you aren’t. Consensus: ‘WTF?’

What’s up with the echo during Obama’s speech? These proposed reasons are perfect

‘Umm…Huh?’: President says ‘ISIL is not Islamic’

Here is the White House’s pre-speech Obama photo and it’s pitiful

Obama to declare airstrikes against ISIS ‘wherever they exist’; Um. What about this, genius?

Don’t look now Obama, but givers are helping to #NameObamaISISOperation [photos]

We agree this is one of the best reasons to watch an Obama speech

Strategy decided? Obama to address the nation Wednesday at 9 p.m. EDT regarding ISIS

Twitchy coverage of actor Adam Baldwin

‘Sesame Street diplomacy’? Obama has some great ideas for healing Iraq

This afternoon, President Obama took to the podium to address the situation in Iraq. He was over an hour late, but that’s probably because he just lost track of time thinking of really intelligent things to say. Things like this:

Spoken like a true Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Exactly! To be fair, though. Obama understands that Iraq can’t make nice all on its own. It might need a little help:

So, like, make Iran the babysitter. What could go wrong?

Unreal! Was this Vox’s worst screw-up yet? (Spoiler: It’s egregious) [photo]


To Vox’s credit, there is this:

@eriContrarian @GPollowitz It's hard to be wrong that often, even on purpose. Looking at you, @voxdotcom.

— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) September 25, 2014

Kudos! Heck of a job, guys!

What a day for Team Vox. RT @GPollowitz: Another bang-up job @voxdotcom"

— eric (@eriContrarian) September 25, 2014

Twitchy readers know about the “bad day” a Vox-er was having earlier. But this latest screw-up takes the media malpractice cake.

What happened now? Oh, just this:

Another bang-up job @voxdotcom

— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) September 25, 2014

CORRECTION: In new video, John Crawford appears to have been shot before dropping the toy rifle:

— Vox (@voxdotcom) September 24, 2014

Wait, what? Before dropping it? The original headline:

Video: John Crawford dropped toy gun before he was killed by police in Walmart via @voxdotcom

— Astrid Galván (@astridgalvan) September 24, 2014

This is… Jesus. This was murder:

— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) September 24, 2014


Oops, never mind, people: That whole “dropped the gun” thing? Just kidding!

A guy is dead, a potential Fed indictment against the cops and @voxdotcom couldn't bother to read a few wire reports b4 writing its piece

— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) September 25, 2014


@redsteeze @voxdotcom In which ignorant VoxBoxers explain the facts they don't know and the legal terrain they don't understand. @DLind

— Lance Salyers (@lancesalyers) September 25, 2014

@GPollowitz @instapundit why do that when it's way easier to just write what you want to have happened? @voxdotcom

— Dave Gray (@docgray81) September 25, 2014

@GPollowitz @voxdotcom Narrative over news.

— Rogue Monk (@Nel_Mezzo) September 25, 2014

Yep. It’s Vox. Enough said.

Are there any Vox stories that don't have a correction? #ExplanatoryJournalism

— AG (@AG_Conservative) September 25, 2014

An evergreen tweet for Vox:

MT @voxdotcom CORRECTION

— S.M (@redsteeze) September 25, 2014


@redsteeze @voxdotcom Is Vox Correction the actual name of the site? Catchy

— Steve G (@StevenGoldsch) September 25, 2014

And an exit suggestion:

@voxdotcom @instapundit At this point Vox should launch a sister site just for Vox corrections.

— Nazdrakke (@nazdrakke) September 25, 2014


Once, twice, three times a screwup? This Vox-er is having a really bad day [screenshots]; Updated

Twitchy coverage of Vox

Darth Vader dad trolls Luke Skywalker

David Prowse, who played the body of Darth Vader in the original Star Wars movies (James Earl Jones did the voice), tweeted a nostalgic photo today of himself and Mark Hamill.!/isDARTHVADER/status/472104406083575808


Also, Han shot first.