Your morning news: this time with a main dish of weird news that Americans have finally begun stealing jobs back from China, a side of old news (yeah, yeah, Bush is annoying) and a dessert of future news (everyone’s going to be on Facebook soon!).
- America is actually stealing jobs from China. Someone explain this “job stealing” concept right now — does it work on jobs that famous people have? Can you steal Kanye West’s job? Asking for a friend. [The Atlantic]
- Former president Bush is the most unpopular living president. Actually, according to the numbers, a majority of Americans dislike him. It’s likely all the kids who grew up and looked at their families and said, “Really? This guy? Twice?!” [Huffington Post]
- Romney’s job would be super easy if he gets elected, considering how much Obama’s done for him already. But then, Romney’s made Obama’s job of reelecting himself so much easier considering Obama is no longer the most elitist one in the room. [The Daily Beast]
- Most of the world will have high-speed internet in 2017. Pretty sure this means that everyone will be watching Mad Men at that point. At the same time. [Mashable]