James Franco Creeps, Cuba “Tweets,” and Lulz No More

By Hazlitt
A supercut of Veep’s Selina Meyer doing what she does best: awkwardly greeting the common folk

What if the U.S. orchestrated a fake social network to incite unrest in Cuba? What if.

Gawker’s new editor Max Read is not putting up with your strikethrough jokes, your “OMGs,” your “lulz,” or your use of the word “massive.” Ever

Be nicer to your moms, New York Times. 

“Instead of being a dude who makes the decisions he wants to make, a guy in control of his public image (which is why his Internet presence is alternately charming and mundane), he’s just a creepy dude, liable to throw a girl under the bus.” Elisabeth Donnelly on James Franco losing control of his public narrative

Infamous Human Skin Book revealed to be common Farm Animal Skin Book.

“The curricula adopted by the school district in Oxford called on students to unwrap a piece of chocolate, pass it around class and observe how dirty it became.” The state of sex-ed in Mississippi.

One unsung casualty of the ever-changing Internet? Websites aren’t fun to build anymore.

Wait a second, they put makeup … whereOn a man?! Ha ha, well, now I’ve heard of everything!

“What we’ve done is put forth a strong case for an ocean.” On Enceladus, an icy moon of Saturn, is “a sea of water the size of Lake Superior,” making the moon “the most promising place to look for life elsewhere in the solar system, even more than Mars.”

Admittedly, this could be true.