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Great Job, Internet!: 2016’s greatest political metaphor returns as The Late Show launches a DNC condiment cam

Last week, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert blew all of our minds by live-streaming a condiment station in the Quicken Loans Arena during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland for two hours. It seemed like a silly gag atShow More Summary

The Right Kind Of Daydreaming

When it comes to daydreaming, there may be two very different ways of letting your mind wander ? and if that’s the case, you want to make sure you’re doing it right. Daydreaming is something we all do every day. Up to 50 percent of your waking life, your mind could be floating somewhere else. Show More Summary

Happiness Is a State of Mind: Kathleen Reinmuth and Cathy Rock on “Inquiring Nuns”

In 1968, two nuns roamed the streets of Chicago, walking up to strangers and asking the deceptively simple question, “Are you happy?” They were followed by documentarians Gordon Quinn and Jerry Temaner, who later turned the footage into their acclaimed second feature for Kartemquin Films. Show More Summary

The Comic-Con 'Suicide Squad' Soundtrack Remix Is the Best 'Suicide Squad' Trailer Yet

By now, you’ve probably decided to go in one of two different directions. Either you are steadfastly refusing to watch any additional Suicide Squad footage?—?having made your mind up ages ago to see the film and hoping not to ruin major...Show More Summary

Mr. Robot Recap: On the Fence About Long Episode Two

5 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Charles Mudede CEO fucks with Angela's mind in the second episode of Mr. Robot's second season. USA Network For those who have been watching Mr. Robot, a TV show about a hacker who, with the help of a motley crew, deletes the debt records of a massive bank owned by the even more massive E Corp. Show More Summary

Jon Stewart & “Stephen Colbert” Return

“Before you say the name, I wouldn’t mind, bringing liquid, into my…” Still reeling from the possibility that Trump could be America’s next President, The Late Show turned to the only two people that could make sense of things: Ja Rule Jon Stewart and The Nation’s Stephen Colbert.

Kelly Dodd Slams Husband In Bravo Blog: Are These Two Splitting?

Kelly Dodd is new to this season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. Back in 2012, Kelly and her husband Michael actually filed for divorce, but later changed their mind and didn’t go through with it. Now they are both on reality television and all of their deep dark secrets are coming out. Show More Summary

#RNCinCLE: Never Trump? Never mind

It’s day two of TrumpFest 2016, and Donald Trump has gone from “presumptive” nominee to actual Republican nominee for president        

James May Reassembles An Electric Guitar, Once Again Proves He's Just The Best

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

James May had a reputation on old Top Gear as being famously nerdy and detail-driven, more so than the other two hosts. As a fan, I didn’t mind in the slightest. In this latest episode of his new series “The Reassembler,” he puts together an electric guitar and it’s absolutely enthralling to watch. Read more...

Harmonix: Rock Band 4 bundles were too expensive

Rock Band developer Harmonix has two very obvious goals in mind for the release of the Rivals expansion in October. On one hand, it wants to give existing customers something new, a reason to keep playing the game. On the other handShow More Summary

My Corbyn dilemma

Should Labour replace Jeremy Corbyn as leader? I’m in two minds here. On the one hand, there seem obvious shortcomings in his leadership. There are many stories of the sort from Lilian Greenwood, Thangam Debboniare and Heidi Alexander about basic...

'Leader of the Free World'? Exploring Ego and Communication

When thinking about electing a President, what comes to mind are two very important things to know and understand in the personality and ability of the nominee(s). These are: What kind of ego do they have? And what type of communicator...Show More Summary

Pretty Good Movie Does Pretty Good at Box Office

After nearly two years of Strum und Drang, the new Ghostbusters opened last weekend and it did… okay! Not great, mind you, not killer, not enough to quiet the weeping manbabies or anything, but it did fine; current estimates give Feig and company a $46 million opening, coming in second for the weekend to the […]

Jennifer Aniston ‘Pregnant’ For Two Decades

Jennifer Aniston is one of the rare sitcom stars who managed to navigate the jump to the big screen in a successful way. The 47-year-old actress made up her mind to be an actress during her school days when she joined the school’s drama society and started acting in plays. Show More Summary

5 Collegiate Coaches Ready to Take Over NFL Teams

With media days upon us, the thought of which collegiate head coaches will be presented with an opportunity to eventually lead NFL teams automatically comes to mind. The line between the two levels of play continues to blur with professionals...Show More Summary

Life After Gitmo? Two Innocent Guantanamo Inmates Sent to Serbia

Two former inmates from the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay have arrived in Serbia where they will be set free. In an interview with Sputnik psychotherapist Zoran Milivojevic was of two minds about the men’s chances of reintegrating into traditional society.

Blake Lively Is Perfect In Pom Poms While Kristen Stewart Looks Like She Just Came Back From A Renaissance Faire For Café Society

Birds of paradise! Blake Lively and Kristen Stewart brought to mind enchanting winged creatures at the Café Society premiere in New York Wednesday night. Related: Blake Wears Two Dresses As One! Blake was an absolute vision in a pale gray Carolina Herrera halter dress with bubble skirt decorated with light pink pom poms. How cute is she?! Kristen once again [...]

Painful Emails Reveal Jonathan Safran Foer and Natalie Portman Love Their Own Minds

May we all remember Bastille Day 2016 as the day we saw two famous people jerk each other off in the pages of the New York Times. Read more...

Midday open thread: Climate change and a suburban queer future

Today’s comic by Matt Bors is Open carry, closed mind: The FBI is ending its search for D.B. Cooper. Rising seas are washing away two U.S. towns. How are they responding? Speaking of which, meteorologists should openly discuss climate...Show More Summary

A Person Who Has Never Seen Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice Reviews Its Digital Extras

The human mind is sort of a Batcave--and after two hours of excruciating DVD extras--my batcave has gone insane

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