NEWS: Amish Gone Wild, Glee's Gayest Hits, The Death Of American Ingenuity, Steve Jobs, A Graceful Plane Crash

640px-Femmes-Amish Road Amish gone wild!

Road Glee's gayest moments.

Road Marine recruiters at Pride Parade!

Road Step 1: Sell baby to gay man. Step 2: Go to Disney.

Road Gizmodo's iPhone-scooping editor writes sweetest Steve Jobs story.

Road Anderson Cooper goes after bullies.

Road America sells out the future.

Road Were Madonna's topless pics snapped by ex-boyfriend Jesus Luz?

Road In Connecticut, prisoners will sue for access to porn.

240px-La_Toya_Jackson_croppedRoad Frightening pics from tacky Jackson tribute concert.

Road Luxury yacht purveyor explains: If you can't afford a boat, you're barely human.

Road Glenn Beck talk weirdly deserted

Road The cute one gets married.

Road Irony! Iranian actress jailed, beaten for appearing in film about the censoring of Iranian artists.

Road The agony of text neck.

Road Romney and abortion, explained.

Road See an astoundingly graceful plane crash AFTER THE JUMP.

Apparently, this guy ran out of fuel en route to Hawaii. He radioed for help, calmly crashed his Cessna, and got scooped up by the Coast Guard.


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  1. Jesus Christ! Check out the pics of Xtina at that Jackson tribute debacle. She's the size of a house!


    Posted by: Jacknasty | Oct 10, 2011 12:28:06 AM

  2. Amish gone wild! is _not_ funny. You should have more class than to make fun of people like this.

    Posted by: Joseph Singer | Oct 10, 2011 12:39:17 AM

  3. The article on america selling out the future/ innovation being dead is misleading

    2 of the three innovations it cites were heavily financed, studied, created, expanded, improved, etc via FED GOV $ and scientists through the millitary and University system

    The majority of inovations can be traced back to direct FED GOV involvment. Now if the article would deal with the lack of funding of the FED via taxes and how that hurts america's future/ innovation then it could be a great article

    Posted by: say what | Oct 10, 2011 12:45:35 AM

  4. Is someone new writing the news feed? You need to give us a little more information so we'll know if we want to click. I mean at least something - not 'the cute one' gets married... tease, yes, bewilder, no.

    Posted by: Cal | Oct 10, 2011 1:00:39 AM

  5. This is all very new to me and this article really opened my eyes.Thanks for sharing with us your wisdom.

    Posted by: burberry | Oct 10, 2011 3:56:59 AM

  6. Cal: Maybe you're quite young, but everyone of a certain age knows that of the four Beatles, Paul McCartney was known as "the cute one" (although I preferred George Harrison).

    Posted by: Anastasia Beaverhausen | Oct 10, 2011 8:56:51 AM

  7. I'm sure I'll once again stir up the hornets' nest of the "But he's pretty so we give HIM a pass" queens, but at the same time that anyone doing a week of shows about bullying is a laudable idea, how ironic is it that its host is still hiding in his own public closet? Is Mr. Cooper afraid that someone at Priviilege High School will shove him into his locker? Throw a Slurpee on one of his $4000 designer suits? “The price of greatness is responsibility.” - Winston Churchill. There is simply no excuse in 2011 for anyone in his job not being publicly out. No one's asking him to tattoo his forehead with the rainbow flag. But by being one of those "Everyone Who Knows Him Knows He's Gay" gays he telegraphs to nongays that there IS something "wrong" with it, and, thus, influences the kind of stories his mainstream media peers do and DON'T do about LGBTs. Great series but, at its heart, a "part of the problem not the solution."

    Posted by: Michael Bedwell | Oct 10, 2011 9:12:54 AM

  8. I actually agree with Cal. I love the Beatles, but I didn't know who "the cute one" was. (Yes, I'm 26. So what.) I guess I'll call this a learning experience.
    Still, the links in this post are a little too vague for this site.

    Posted by: Blake | Oct 10, 2011 10:19:00 AM

  9. I'm 50 years old and didn't know who the cute one was without opening the thread.

    Posted by: bsmart2 | Oct 10, 2011 10:52:56 AM

  10. Brandon, your news items are too cryptic. Please give us a little more info. It helps me decide if I want to take the time to jump to the full item.

    Posted by: iconoclast | Oct 10, 2011 11:33:15 AM

  11. @Cal:
    Yup, Paul was the "cute" one.
    The Beatles were called the fab four.
    The Monkees were called the prefab four.

    Posted by: EnzoInOmaha | Oct 10, 2011 1:04:48 PM

  12. But what happened to the plane?!

    @JACKNASTY Really? I mean, come on. That's insanely rude. Guess what - musicians are allowed to fluctuate in their weight. You may want to sit for this... they're human too! Shocker.

    Posted by: James | Oct 10, 2011 7:05:50 PM

  13. i like it

    Posted by: nikeairmax135 | Jun 3, 2012 10:49:18 PM

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