Herman Cain makes great campaign ads, but he's is apparently a bitch to work with. [NYTimes] I don't care if the Independence Day sequels don't have Will Smith as long as they have Bill Pullman. [Vulture] Rick Perry doesn't really feel like participating in any more debates. [Washington Post] The "Occupy" trademarking spree has begun. [Death + Taxes] Robert De Niro is about to play another comedian, this time for Sean Penn. [THR] Hillary Clinton is the latest leader to credit social media for enabling revolutions. [Swampland] These are your new Stooges. [USA Today] David Carr does Fresh Air [NPR] Damon Albarn + Flea + Tony Allen = Rocketjuice And The Moon. [Stereogum] Here's how you can help #OccupyOakland's Scott Olsen. [BoingBoing]
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Here are Gotcha Media's favorite links from around the web today.
Jon Stewart reports on the egregious overreaction of the Oakland Police Department.