Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Here are Gotcha Media's favorite links from around the web today.
Walter White is the 99%. [Mother Jones] Jimmy Kimmel is your 2012 White House Correspondents Dinner host. [THR] Mitt Romney is trying (and failing) to steal some of Herman Cain's controversy spotlight. [ThinkProgress] The Flaming Lips pay tribute to Steve Jobs by playing The Beatles' "Revolution" on iPads. [Pitchfork] Obama's doctor confirms that he has quit smoking. [Slate] Bank of America succumbs to Occupy Wall Street pressure, cancels plan to charge people $5/month debit fee. [WSJ] Rick Perry needs to double-check the sources of random quotes sent to him by his son. [Mediaite] Herman Cain's wife is about to make her first Fox News appearance. [The Caucus] Harold Camping is embarrassed that the world didn't end (again). [Death + Taxes] Jerry Seinfeld is the new Regis Philbin. [Deadline] Will Ferrell's entire Mark Twain Prize ceremony is now available for your online streaming pleasure. [Huffington Post]
Stephen Colbert sees an exciting "co-opportunity" in Occupy Wall Street and decides to check it out for himself, in disguise.
Jon Stewart does his impression of Herman Cain sexually harassing a Godfather's Pizza employee.