I think the one thing we can agree on about the Petraeus scandal is that it’s hilarious: anonymous Gmail address, FBI agent who sent shirtless photos of himself to Jill Kelley, whom Paula Broadwell apparently sent threatening e-mails to (which started the FBI investigation), and Gen. John Allen apparently sending tens of thousands of dodgy emails to Kelley.
Of course, there is all the double entendre now swept up in Broadwell and her book, but methinks a TV station should probably do a double check when grabbing the cover of All In off the interwebs. (Video here.)
The best part, as usual, is the text you get when your cursor hovers over the comic:
"I would subscribe to a Twitter feed that provided you with one reasonable sports opinion per day, like ‘the Red Sox can’t make the playoffs (championship game), but in last night’s game their win seriously damaged the chances of the Yankees (longstanding rival team)."
Keep trollin’ hard, L.A. Kings. Context at L.A. Observed. You should probably follow the team on Twitter even if you don’t like hockey because the PR folks behind it are funny and tweet like actual people instead of PR bots.
"We are now studying the early field recordings of an assembler of material known solely as ‘Lil’ Jon.’ We feel unlocking the significance of this song comes down to what he and his ‘East Side Boyz’ really mean by the phrase ‘aw skeet skeet muthafucka.’"