Ingmar Bergman died today, leaving behind one of the most perfect filmographies ever assembled by a director.
Ohio Congressman, Michael Turner’s attempts last Friday to take down war critic Lawrence Korb’s testimony before the House Armed Services Committee not by addressing or refuting his criticisms, but by simply attacking Korb’s credentials and character make for some unintentionally hilarious political theater, as Turner repeatedly finds himself at the shorter and messier end of the ‘look stupid’ stick. Super awesomeness comes as Turner attempts to sneak out of the room during on of Korb’s responses, only to have Chairman Ike Skelton admonish Turner, forcing him to hear out Korb’s response. Think Progress has the entire exchange available to view.
BoingBoing points our attention to the wonderful article by Michael Pollen detailing the important differences between Nutritionism vs nutrition, reprinted from a New York Times Magazine article from this past January. Just as with anything Pollen has ever written, I heartily urge you to read it.
Moving on to more important matters, I believe it is in our collective best interest to familiarize ourselves with the Terminator Kama Sutra.
Need some sweet, sweet motivational music/video to get your work day moving briskly along? Try the Amok Time throwdown between Kirk & Spock.
Alternatly, you could just say ‘screw work’ and build your own arcade nirvana.
And lastly, why not dig on some sweet, sweet, sweet Beatles Mash Up fun from Cracked Pepper?