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Reading Digest – 25 October 2012   Leave a comment

“And so, when Captain Leela panicked, perhaps distracted by female troubles, my quick thinking allowed me to do whatever I did to save the day.” – Zapp Brannigan

CNNlogo Atlanta got a lot of well deserved flack yesterday for their breathtakingly idiotic story about the wimmin folk not being able to vote rationally because of the monthlies.  This isn’t as insulting, but may be just as stupid:

This Is SNN

The actual article is about a study conducted by, wait for it, Spotify, and contains doozies like this one:

"Dirty Dancing" was the top pick for both men and women, although the study’s author, music psychologist Daniel Mullensiefen, also pointed out that men are more willing to adjust their tastes in music in order to ensure "greater success in the bedroom."

Well played, gentlemen.

DailyCallerLogo CNN deserves every bit of scorn for that dipshit story yesterday, but this is the pot calling the kettle black:

Sexism Knows Its Own

That’s rich coming from a publication that still considers Hugh Hefner an icon of the women’s rights movement.  The story actually contains this:

Not My Boner!  Anything But That

Outside of how the election might “impact” your penis, today Tucker & Friends also has two slideshows:

Bikinis and Sexy Nurses

And this important story about a county board election in Illinois:

Running For MILF-in-Chief

To sum up, CNN’s just plain dumb, but Carlson’s House of Wingnut Welfare will run airbrushed bikini photos at the drop of a hat because politics.

DailyBeastLogo Tee-hee, Newsweek Jr. is pretending to have some dignity:

Peas in a Pod

Something tells me that the bankrupt has been will grace the digital pages of Newsweek Jr. just as soon as the editors realize that it’s hard to be a fluff publication without covering desperate attention whores.

Update [8:55am]:  I’m sorry, make that three slideshows for Tucker & Friends:

Bond 'Girl' Rankings

Posted October 25, 2012 by Charlie Sweatpants in Futurama, Reading Digest

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