Whole bunch of stuff to add in today, still not quite caught up, but it’s a big dent, I hope you enjoy:
It’s no longer illegal to jailbrake your phone! I could have put this under the Great and Secret Show, but I have some other ideas for that, so I figured I would just link this here. Hooray!
I have no idea where I found this, but it involves The Muppets and Kick-Ass:
Jane Lynch is going to be hosting SNL! Be sure to tune in on October 9!
Over the summer we searched for fake merit badges and found this page. I really like the “Easy Button” on!
How about a lot of Iron Chef America secret ingredients? Ok:
Amazon is now selling more eBooks than physical books. Kind of scary, but interesting. Slate takes a look at it, I can’t remember if it is that article, or another that makes mention of the idea of dynamic eBook covers, which I think is an awesome idea.
Good. Freaking. Gravy. This is why I get fed up with people.
And here’s another fun video for you:
And here’s an awesome news story coming from I’m not even sure where. But I have to say, The strippers sound more level-headed than the pastor:
And I was up at camp when it all went down (and continues to go through the legal system), but here’s some updates on Prop 8 being struck unconstitutional:
The lawyers go on both Fox News and CBS, and absolutely destroy their opponents (not legal opponents, in these clips, the talking heads). Both are amazing to watch.
And on a related note, a candidate for Governor of Florida (and their current Attorney General) wants to ban same-sex couples from adopting, based on his personal religious views. Dan Savage takes him down a few pegs:
We’re not allowed to slam McCollom for this because, you know, he’s talking about his personal, religious faith here… a personal, religious faith that McColloum would like to impose on everyone in Florida by force of law. And I think we can all agree that every child deserves a mother and a father—particularly the 20,000 kids that are in foster care in Florida right now because they were failed, neglected, abused, or abandoned by their mothers and fathers.
And finally, AFER (American Foundation for Equal Rights), the lawyers for the plaintiffs in the trial, put together this video about one of the couples they represent (points for including Wii Tennis!):
That’s it for now, catch everyone later!