Rolling Stone: Charles Manson Today: The Final Confessions of a Psychopath
Source: Rolling Stone
(Photo: Office of George Bush)
When George H.W. Bush — aka “Bush 41” — was president he famously gave out awards for his “thousand points of light” as a way to recognize people doing noble volunteer work.
If you’re looking to enter New York politics someday, graphic sexting is something you’re just gonna have to master. GQ writer Julieanne Smolinski offers some do’s and don’ts to tack onto the fridge.
Web Traffic Chart: Boston Turns to Porn After Stanley Cup Finals Loss
PornHub.com analyzed Monday night’s traffic data and found that Boston and Chicago area users were, expectedly, off the site during the Stanley Cup Finals Game 6. But here’s where it gets interesting. After the game, jubilant Blackhawks fans continued their party elsewhere, while Bruins fans returned to the site and drowned their sorrow with a good wank. (Make your own joke about chokers.)
John Cantin came to Concord, N.H., Tuesday to advocate for gun control, an issue dear to him after his daughter’s fatal shooting four years ago. But as he stood before the crowd to read his statement, a man came forward, crowded him at the lectern, and harassed him while chants of support erupted.
Read: The Boston Globe
This is just awful.
The New York Times: The Perennial Senate Guests and the No-Shows
A survey of which U.S. senators have the most appearances, since 2010, on Sunday news shows that include “Face the Nation,” “Meet the Press,” “This Week,” “State of the Union,” “Fox News Sunday” and “Al Punto.”