Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Retweeted Links of the Day

All the best links that were worth retweeting today on @GotchaMedia.




Reporters Without Borders shows us how misleading censorship can be. [@AlexMLeo]


Martin Short will bring the manic energy he brought to Arrested Development to How I Met Your Mother. [@vulture]


CNN drains all of the fun out of Go The F**k To Sleep by comparing it to anti-Semitism. [@Gawker]


Of course, it is now open season on the John Quincy Adams Wikipedia page. [@thinkprogress]


Google+ is gunning for Facebook. [@fastcompany]


Michele Bachmann has her own big fancy patriotic bus now. [@RyanLizza]


Charlie Sheen Joke of the Day from @ImprovAsylum:



ONN: Coal Lobby Attacks Wind Farms

The Onion News Network's In the Know examines the Coal Lobby's new anti-wind campaign.



In The Know: Coal Lobby Warns Wind Farms May Blow Earth Off Orbit

'Party Down' Movie in the Works

Is the Party Down movie the new Arrested Development movie?




GMA: Michele Bachmann Defends John Quincy Adams Comments

He doesn't quite call her a "flake," but George Stephanopoulos does present her with a parade of misstatements, including her assertion that "founding father" John Quincy Adams "worked tirelessly to end slavery."

JIMMY KIMMEL: Louis C.K. Interview

Louis C.K. talks to Jimmy Kimmel about his childhood, being a father and season two of Louie.










COLBERT REPORT: Bill O'Reilly's Interspecies Marriage Fears

Stephen Colbert reports on the "Cuomo-sexual Agenda" and gives credence to Bill O'Reilly's fears about interspecies love by opening up about his uncle's tragic relationship with a dolphin.



DAILY SHOW: Jon Stewart Responds to Chris Wallace's Response

As expected, Jon Stewart did not let Chris Wallace have the last word on their Fox News Sunday interview.