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The Inevitable ‘Who Wore It Best?’ Michelle Obama vs. Ann Romney Smackdown

Before going into too much detail, the answer is Michelle Obama. Always. Unless of course the question is, “Who ate the rest of my french fries?” (The answer to that question used to be The Snowbilly, but now who knows?!) If you watched last night’s debate long enough to see the spouses emerge from the dark tunnels under America’s “undecided” voters, you may have noticed that OMG LADIES WEARING THE SAME COLOR OUTFIT!!! This is what happens when you are trapped in Mitt Romney’s lady-binders, we guess? Or it was a dumb breast cancer thing. (Women’s vote! Ladies just love their pink ribbons and October breast cancer-themed Lifetime movie marathons.) Let us explore! Read more on The Inevitable ‘Who Wore It Best?’ Michelle Obama vs. Ann Romney Smackdown…
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Help Belt-Deprived Urban Youths Defeat Prison Culture, Droopy Drawers

Prince George’s County is a community imperiled: It’s not the police officers beating students and lying about it, no, and it is not high-school football players having liaisons with prostitutes during school-sponsored trips. The real problem, you see, is much worse: Students in the D.C. suburb have taken to wearing… saggy pants. Yes, readers, it’s really that bad. Sometimes, students wear their pants lower than adults would like. Don’t worry though, they’ve got a solution. Tell ‘em, Washington Times: Prince George’s County community leaders frustrated by the precariously low waistbands of young men are collecting belts this month to put a stop to sagging pants. Good job, community leaders! That’s why students have saggy pants! Lack of belts. Related sociological finding: Vegetarians don’t eat meat due to a lack of steak knives. Read more on Help Belt-Deprived Urban Youths Defeat Prison Culture, Droopy Drawers…