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thedailywhat:

Family Heirloom of the Day: “As a child I used to love spinning my grandfather’s globe,” Redditor reelando says. ”Today I realized that my 81 year old grandfather has been hiding a mini bar inside the globe for years… My grandpa’s awesome factor definitely doubled.”
The fact that these 16th-century Italian replicas can be had online for less than $1,000 doesn’t make Grandpa any less cool. Don’t miss the rest of the pics.
[reddit]

Buy me one of these and I’ll love you forever

thedailywhat:

Family Heirloom of the Day: “As a child I used to love spinning my grandfather’s globe,” Redditor reelando says. ”Today I realized that my 81 year old grandfather has been hiding a mini bar inside the globe for years… My grandpa’s awesome factor definitely doubled.”

The fact that these 16th-century Italian replicas can be had online for less than $1,000 doesn’t make Grandpa any less cool. Don’t miss the rest of the pics.

[reddit]

Buy me one of these and I’ll love you forever

thedailywhat:

Say What Now of the Day: Baseball analysis is difficult enough trying to decipher WHIP, WAR and OPS, but author Mark Judge took it to a whole new level with this political commentary, comparing rising stars Bryce Harper and Jason Heyward. Mr. Judge, who declared Harper a “conservative hero,” points to one particular play involving the two, where Harper legged out an extra base on a would-be single, which Heyward lazily fielded:

Heyward’s bungle showed a complacency, if not indolence, that Harper threatens to destroy, but it also could be a metaphor for the collapse of the old liberal order. Heyward was like one of those public school teachers who, because they are a union member, can’t be fired and so are relegated to the “rubber room” to sit and read the paper and gather a check for the rest of their lives.

A commenter responded with this rebuttal:

The Nationals picked Harper first overall because they had the worst record in baseball. They didn’t earn that pick through hard work, in fact they worked the least and were rewarded for it. That sounds like income redistribution to me. Bryce Harper is a socialist hero.

[nbcsports]

Who put politics in my baseball?

thedailywhat:

Say What Now of the Day: Baseball analysis is difficult enough trying to decipher WHIP, WAR and OPS, but author Mark Judge took it to a whole new level with this political commentary, comparing rising stars Bryce Harper and Jason Heyward. Mr. Judge, who declared Harper a “conservative hero,” points to one particular play involving the two, where Harper legged out an extra base on a would-be single, which Heyward lazily fielded:

Heyward’s bungle showed a complacency, if not indolence, that Harper threatens to destroy, but it also could be a metaphor for the collapse of the old liberal order. Heyward was like one of those public school teachers who, because they are a union member, can’t be fired and so are relegated to the “rubber room” to sit and read the paper and gather a check for the rest of their lives.

A commenter responded with this rebuttal:

The Nationals picked Harper first overall because they had the worst record in baseball. They didn’t earn that pick through hard work, in fact they worked the least and were rewarded for it. That sounds like income redistribution to me. Bryce Harper is a socialist hero.

[nbcsports]

Who put politics in my baseball?

Reelizations: Top 5: War Movies

reelizations:

I’m always trying to think of good, new articles to write for you guys and I thought that in honor of Memorial Day here in the US it was a good time to put together a top 5 war movie list. I’m gonna be honest, this is tough for me because I grew up on war movies as my dad is a huge history buff…

thedailywhat:

Gay Marriage Endorsement of the Day: Same-sex weddings have no legal status in Japan, but that hasn’t stopped Tokyo Disneyland from giving them the OK.
“I wrote 10 years ago that I looked forward to the day when gay and lesbian couples could hold hands and go to Tokyo Disneyland,” said Taiga Ishikawa, Japan’s first openly gay politician. “I’m very happy.”
A full wedding ceremony in Cinderella’s castle, with Mickey and Minnie included on the guest list, costs about $95,000. The park is now accepting applications.
[wedinator]

Disney proper won’t be happy

thedailywhat:

Gay Marriage Endorsement of the Day: Same-sex weddings have no legal status in Japan, but that hasn’t stopped Tokyo Disneyland from giving them the OK.

“I wrote 10 years ago that I looked forward to the day when gay and lesbian couples could hold hands and go to Tokyo Disneyland,” said Taiga Ishikawa, Japan’s first openly gay politician. “I’m very happy.”

A full wedding ceremony in Cinderella’s castle, with Mickey and Minnie included on the guest list, costs about $95,000. The park is now accepting applications.

[wedinator]

Disney proper won’t be happy

Family annoyance

I’ve ben stuck sleeping in the living room of my family’s temp apartment since Wed because my mom’s cousin is in town & my sister & my mom have kept me up in many ways over those days, even work days. Tonight my sister was out here @ 11 when we were going to bed watching a movie, on love TV, I just told her was on demand on the premium channels we get, plus she owns the movie. After my mom agreed with me my sister claimed she’d stop at a commercial…on Showtime…and my mom agreed. Can’t wait for Austin

thedailywhat:

Not The Onion of the Day: This is a screengrab from today’s Fox Nation story on President Obama’s support of gay marriage. It has since been changed to read: “Obama flip flops on gay marriage.” Still a fail.
[thestranger]

Fox News proves that their stance on the death penalty is alright but should be used against them

thedailywhat:

Not The Onion of the Day: This is a screengrab from today’s Fox Nation story on President Obama’s support of gay marriage. It has since been changed to read: “Obama flip flops on gay marriage.” Still a fail.

[thestranger]

Fox News proves that their stance on the death penalty is alright but should be used against them