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Thursday, November 3, 2011
Here are Gotcha Media's favorite links from around the web today.
The New York Post is officially done with Occupy Wall Street. [NY Post] Amy Winehouse drops a posthumous track featuring Nas. [MusicVagabond] Here's what all of the Presidential candidates' signatures look like. [BuzzFeed] Marcel the Shell now has his own app. [iTunes] I wonder if $45,000 is more or less than Herman Cain hoped one of his accusers settled for. [Politico] The new Back to the Future-inspired DeLorean does not run on plutonium. [Huffington Post] You should probably Google "do a barrel roll." [Mashable] Soledad O'Brien will head up CNN's version of The View. [Media Decoder] Tim Heidecker is now releasing an entire album of Herman Cain jingles. [LaughSpin]
Today's guest on Marc Maron's WTF Podcast is the legendary Chris Rock. Apropos of Herman Cain's present predicament, here's a classic clip of Rock riffing on the Clarence Thomas hearings on SNL's Weekend Update. [Listen to Episode 224]
Stephen Colbert defends Herman Cain's tenuous grasp on international affairs, from Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan to China's nuclear capabilities.
Jon Stewart tries to make sense of Donald Trump's accusation that one of his random jokes about Herman Cain was racist, which leads to an important debate on conservative blacks vs. liberal blacks.