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Posts Tagged ‘Kate Upton’

Afternoon Reading List 08.30.13.

Kate Upton, regarding Syria – Taylor Bigler, the Entertainment Editor at the Daily Caller, was recently able to sit down and clairvoyantly connect with world renowned super-hottie Kate Upton, whose appearance in the 2011 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, as you may already know, actually earned her Nobel Prizes in both Bathing Suits and Peace back in 2012.  Using Bigler’s finely honed telepathic abilities, the 2016 Vice Presidential hopeful (for both of the major parties) weighs in on the developing situation in Syria through a slideshow of her old photographs, captioned with the thought provoking insights that have made her all but entirely a shoe-in for at least four more Nobel Prizes for this young laureate.

Why you should read/watch:  Because its Kate freaking Upton, that’s why. Also, it’s pretty funny.

Bros for Obamacare: The latest edition of Health Reform Watch, which is WaPo‘s regular health policy column written by reporter Sarah Kliff, illustrates an unexpected trend that is becoming more prevalent among young adults in America.  Research shows that young adults are more concerned about their health coverage needs and less on the cost than might’ve previously been assumed.

Why you should read: After reading the headline, I was instantly under Kliff’s clever guise. I thought this article would lead me to learn about sort of frat-boy buffoonery clause written deep in the fine-print of Obamacare that could affect my health care cost… err… ehmm…I mean, their healthcare costs.  Instead,  I found a detailed explanation for why the administration is setting its sights on convincing young adults to sign up for Obamacare.  Those who also happen to be in that age group should give it a read and see why they’re so desired.  Also, there’s a picture of a fat guy jumping into a pool.

 

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Why Washington D.C. Gossip Sucks

D.C. gossip is so hurting that WaPo’s Reliable Source has just completely given up and moved on to the entertainment industry.  On Wednesday afternoon, they brought us an item on a Kanye West story that appeared two days ago in the NYT about how he doesn’t regret being himself.

They do, after a laundry list… Read more