Maybe I’m just inclined to agree with him on these matters, but I found Chuck Klosterman’s deconstruction of Creed and Nickelback spot-on and hilarious. Over at Grantland.
Talk about fine print (ha, ha): SmartPlanet reported a couple days ago about the FDA proposing new rules regulating the commercial application of nanotechnology in cosmetics and food. How much grey goo will be allowed in the candy bars of the future? Stay tuned!
And CUNY‘s own Peter Beinart warns in The Daily Beast that Democrats may have more of a problem than Republicans with anti-Mormonism – at least inasmuch as it’s less politically smart of them to capitalize on it. (The morality of religious prejudice notwithstanding.)
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