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When bin Laden’s corpse was laid out, one of the Navy SEALs was asked to stretch out next to it to compare heights. The SEAL was 6 feet tall. The body was several inches taller.
After the information was relayed to Obama, he turned to his advisers and said: “We donated a $60 million helicopter to this operation. Could we not afford to buy a tape measure?”” —From the Washington Post’s coverage of the bin Laden mission.
It seems like there’s something oddly freeing about biting in and not giving a fuck about that horrible “csshhhh” sound.
Note: Same goes for chips, but if you’re really in a bind you can just let them sit in your mouth until they’re soft.
If you’re not following Alex Watt’s blog, you’re missing out on some amazing gems of awkwardness.
This morning, I saw a couple playing Angry Birds together on the subway. This seems like a dangerous enough idea, but instead of taking turns with each level, they were taking turns with each bird. Ladies and gentlemen, I know it’s only the end of January, but I think we have found 2011’s Fastest Way to Start a Relationship-Ending Fight.
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When I was at Rite Aid yesterday, I saw an old woman buying 12 bags of Werther’s Originals, Life Savers, and Riesen. I also saw a kid buying eggs. Happy halloween, lady.