May 18, 2013
We hope you damn hipsters with your Kindlepads and iNookies are happy. Newsweek, a bastion of middle-brow media culture since its 1933 inception, will convert to an all-digital format in 2013, according to an announcement today on Tina Brown’s Internet Tendency.
Somebody writing at the Tina Brown Newsweek doesn’t care for those Occupy Wall Street protesters, not at all. He knows, from his professor job at Yale and writing books about how people should be religious, that there’s no evil group of rich kleptocrats running the economy and the government to their advantage. What a wacky [...]
Famed incidental ironist Bristol Palin will participate in a panel about preventing teen pregnancy. [CNN Political Ticker] Same sex marriage is now half-legal in Maine! Vermont is totally there in spirit but it got distracted because Ghostbusters was on teevee and also its roommate had just ordered food. [Ben Smith] David Plouffe, the sociopath who [...]
Condi Rice wrote an article for Tina Brown’s Internet Welfare Program For Lonely Republican Spinsters, and it is all about her new favorite game, golf. Somebody who knows something about golf might be able to “analyze” this article but we are not Deadspin over here so let’s just pick out some funny quotes.
Tina Brown start-up “Whitehouse.gov” has a new look and a new face and it is that of Barack Obama! Also a new blog called “the Briefing Room.” [Whitehouse.gov/Andrew Sullivan] Jessica Alba, our nation’s greatest Latina President since Lincoln, told Team Fox News that Bill O’Reilly is an asshole. [Crooks and Liars] Famous irrelevant persons Sarah [...]
After Christopher Buckley insulted his dead father’s National Review magazine by endorsing a liberal black Maoist over the Crazyfarts McBombs and Sideshow Moosetits ticket, every editor at the National Review and every wingnut with an AOL account called him a traitor to his own family, Jesus, and The Cause. And so Buckley has now quit [...]
NEW THING DEBUTS, ON INTERNET! Tina Brown has a Webzine! It is called The Daily Beast, which is an elitist reference to an Englishman’s books. It looks nice, and kind of busy, and tabloidy, which we always like. Somebody read it and tell us about it, okay? [The Daily Beast]
Have you heard about Tina Brown’s provocative New Yorker cartoon magazine? Well, some wacky kids in Georgetown claim to have found some rejected Barack Obama cover illustrations, such as this one, showing the Maoist basketball Soviet with his Nazi car loaded with change he stole from Christian collection plates, in Pennsylvania. [Georgetown OTR]
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