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This week, CUNY announced that it would be bringing on an exciting new staff member: Former CIA director David Petraeus, who has been named "Visiting Professor of Public Policy" and will start in August. But what exactly will Petraeus be teaching? Public policy is a pretty broad topic. With respect ... More >>
It has recently come to my attention that some people don't enjoy watching golf on television. "It's boring," adrenaline junkies say. "I need high-octane action to satiate my lust for thrills and chills." Other sticklers complain about the mise en scène. "There's too much green," they yell from the ... More >>
We finish up our spotlight of New York Olympians in fencing with a star in the sport and introduce an equally legendary Olympian in equestrian. Both of these Olympians have raised the profile of their individual sports and have scored previous silver and bronze Olympic victories.
Who else but the resident outrage-hungry Horny Lesbian Ethnocentric Sexist Catlady of the New York Post, Andrea Peyser, would get kicked out of the Masters for walking up to Tiger Woods and asking him about his penis?
Surfing the web for the best post-Tiger Woods car crash humor, we have to go with Craig Ferguson in his Monday monologue: "Economists are saying that so far holiday sales are down, but that doesn't figure in the diamond ring that Tiger Woods is going to have to buy his wife. "Anyway, it do ... More >>
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