Historically, America’s unironic pinney-wearers, people who know all the lyrics to “Sweet Caroline,” and 19 year-olds named Chad have had only the stories their dads told them about Ronald Reagan and Chuck Norris jokes to inspire them each election cycle. But this year, in Donald Trump, lacrosse players and beer-pong champions alike have finally found a candidate to stand up for them, the underdogs.
Waging jihad from a concrete compound with only three of your wives gets lonely. Thank God for “fairly extensive” video collections of porn, which Osama bin Laden allegedly had, and which may or may not now be in U.S. intelligence hands. But you’ll never know, because Uncle Sam’s sticky fingers aren’t sharing.
Suhail Doshi, who will from now on forever be known as Suhail Bro-shi, is a co-founder and CEO of Mixpanel, a data analytics startup, and like so many world-changing startup bros before him he has a way of saying things that some overly sensitive people might misunderstand or misconstrue or take completely out of context. In this case, these hyperactive reactionaries got all bent out of shape just because Suhail Doshi got up someplace and said that, "No doesn't mean no ... no just means not yet."
New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan caused a medium-sized stir on Wednesday after she scolded conservative op-ed columnist and believer in friendship David Brooks for not disclosing that his college-aged son had enlisted as a “lone soldier” in the Israeli army. On Brooks’ side, John Podhoretz, the son of former Commentary editor Norman Podhoretz, tweeted: “Everybody who thinks David Brooks has to ‘reveal’ his son, who’s 23, has joined the Israeli army can go fuck himself.”
All that is seemingly evil in this world—frat parties, drones, GoPro cameras being attached to things—have finally converged. The Sigma Nus at Ole Miss threw a "Woodstock Party" and there is now aerial footage of the proceedings, for whatever reason that needed to happen.
When you're a drunk college student, $30 in exchange for punching a hole through an IKEA coffee table with your head sounds like a good deal.