News: McDonald's, Zac Efron, Duck Farts, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Hillary Clinton

Road The 10 wildest anti-gay comments of 2013.

Road NASA astronauts make a rare Christmas Eve spacewalk to repair cooling system on ISS.

Road Edward Snowden says he's won. “For me, in terms of personal satisfaction, the mission’s already accomplished,” he said. “I already won. As soon as the journalists were able to work, everything that I had been trying to do was validated. Because, remember, I didn’t want to change society. I wanted to give society a chance to determine if it should change itself.”

Screen Shot 2013-12-24 at 1.41.22 PMRoad McDonald's health recommendation for its employees: don't eat fast food.

Road NOM Chairman thinks Utah's pro-gay court decision could open the door to a Federal Marriage Amendment or constitutional convention down the line. Even though the former hasn't happened since 1992 and the latter hasn't taken place since 1787.

Road Texas country bar accused of kicking out a gay couple for the second time in two years.

Road The New Yorker celebrates the 75th birthday of the chocolate chip cookie by looking back on the history of Santa's favorite treat.

  Zac EfronRoad Zac Efron's That Awkward Moment costars reveal how he broke his jaw while servicing a lady friend of his. “So Zac was at home with a girl, giving her the worst sexual experience of her life,” the guys explain in the video. “But she was getting into it, until she realized that you were finished so early. And this poor girl’s pent up sexual energy, which you failed to satisfy made her angry. So angry that she picked up a book. A heavy book. And slammed it right into your beautiful face. Goddamnit, it is beautiful.”

Road Despite (or maybe because of) the Duck Dynasty controversy, merchandise for the show continues to fly off the shelves. Among the bestsellers is a scented candle called 'Duck Farts' that reportedly smells of "apples, raspberries and pineapple underlined by hints of lemongrass, clove and flora." 

Yoda snowflakeRoad How to make Star Wars-themed paper snowflakes for that special nerd in your life. 

Road Is another royal baby on the way

Road Billboard's 100 Holiday Hit Songs playlist is the perfect soundtrack to the season.

Road Hillary Clinton, who told Barbara Walters last week that she would decide next year whether she'll launch a presidential bid or not, sends tweet that further fuels speculation. "Merry XMas & Happy New Year x 1,002,958. Thinking about the millions who face challenges everyday. Looking forward to 2014. So much to do."

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  1. I was holiday shopping the other day and noticed the Duck Dynasty Hallmark cards. Someone is making money.

    Posted by: mitch reid | Dec 24, 2013 5:01:05 PM

  2. @Mitch Reid:

    Yeah, A&E! Apparently these idiots don't realize that the money goes to the company that they hate ever so much.

    Posted by: Chris | Dec 24, 2013 5:14:25 PM

  3. John Eastman (NOM) is blowing smoke. There's even less chance of a constitutional convention than there is of an anti-marriage amendment, which, with more than a third of the states having legal SSM, ain't gonna happen.

    Posted by: Hunter | Dec 24, 2013 5:30:10 PM

  4. it's so funny how teabaggers are so dumb they don't even realise how they support A&E

    Posted by: litper | Dec 24, 2013 5:49:24 PM

  5. Both sides are going to make a ton of money off this Duck Dynasty "controversy." Almost makes you wonder if it was orchestrated.

    Posted by: Craig | Dec 24, 2013 6:50:19 PM

  6. Snowden will be awarded a Nobel Peace Prize (as soon as the Nobel Foundation gets over the embarrassment of having awarded the Peace Prize to a war-mongering, civilian-killing neophyte politician. Oops!).

    Posted by: OOPS | Dec 24, 2013 7:24:33 PM

  7. Change "girl" to "boy" and "her" to "him" and I'd buy that story.

    Posted by: FFS | Dec 25, 2013 1:38:54 AM

  8. Damn, Prince Billy, give a girl's vagina a break!

    Posted by: Jerry | Dec 25, 2013 5:03:38 PM

  9. The dinosaurs at NOM have lost touch with reality. An amendment to the Constitution requires 3/4 of the states to ratify it (38/50). Certainly there are 13 states that would not go there.

    Posted by: Simple Math | Dec 25, 2013 7:40:13 PM

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