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Monday, 8 October 2012

Monday, October 8, 2012
For every cool, creative or actually funny Halloween costume out there, every year we see dozens more that simply make us go "WTF?"

The most inappropriate Halloween costumes aren't just limited to "sexy" versions of modern professions (although those can get pretty raunchy). We're talking about costumes that highlight some of the worst things in society, require absolutely no shame and promise an uncomfortable evening in more ways than one.
Hospital Offers Some Very Basic Advice
'My Friend Bill O'Reilly Is Completely Full Of Sh*t'
WATCH: 'SNL' Explains What Went Wrong With Obama In The Debate
WATCH: 'SNL' Mocks MSNBC's Debate Freakout
The Difference Between Rich Democrats & Rich Republicans
Alex Schriver: Big Bird and the American Dream
The recent criticisms of Mitt Romney's willingness to end subsidies to PBS merit laughter worthy of Tickle Me Elmo.
Vanity Fair: Jerry Seinfeld Writes in to The New York Times to Valiantly Defend 'Really?'
On Monday, The New York Times published an exhaustive opinion piece by TV critic Neil Genzlinger about the "Really?" epidemic -- what he sees as a troublesome trend in which lazy comedy writers resort to the one-word rebuttal for a cheap laugh.
David J. Cross: Romney Forecloses on Big Bird
We're all for figuring out how to cut the deficit, but his comments got us interested in how Romney's living situation stacks up with that of Big Bird. What did we learn?
James Kotecki: Found: The Nexus of Politics, Stripping, and Conservative Economics
My editors at NSFWCORP sent me to the Republican National convention in Tampa to seek out the nexus of politics, stripping, and conservative economics. Finally I found it. Or rather her.
Jeff B. Cohen, Esq.: Paul Ryan's Moment of Truth: Why the VP Debate Matters More
Even if he clobbered Obama in all three debates, he no longer has any credibility. Lincoln's adage holds up: "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time." Put a fork in Willard. He's done.

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