“Yes, I am dropping out of this race. Trap door. I’ll admit–this announcement took a long time. Fourscore. #HermanCainAsDrake”
— @ElonJames has some fun with the Canadian rapper’s rhyme style while commenting on Herman Cain’s exit from the GOP presidential race.
“Of course, it’s hard not to consider the 101 reasons why this is a bad idea: mammoth flu, climate change shrinking the environment in which they’re most comfortable before they’re even reborn, how to market a juicy mammoth steak to choosy consumers. Then again, if we are, in fact, to blame for their extinction in the first place, maybe we deserve whatever’s coming to us.”
— HolyKaw.AllTop.com has mixed feelings about Russian and Japanese scientists’ plans to launch a project to reproduce the mammoth from DNA in a thigh bone discovered buried under the permafrost in Siberia.
“I’ve been guilt tripped into participating in the large weddings of people I wasn’t all that close to, so I was inclined to come down hard on this … until I saw that the bride was in her 60s and that all these women are either the sisters, daughters or granddaughters of the bride and groom.”
— A Jezebel.com commenter reacts to the story of a woman in England who had more than 30 bridesmaids in her wedding last weekend.
“One can only imagine the sort of dangerous characters and ridiculous situations The Wolfpack could encounter while running mad (and, probably, intoxicated) around the City of Angels. It goes without saying, [‘The Hangover’] Part III could easily be as madly inspired as the original, all the more so because of its different plot template.”
— ScreenRant.com is looking forward to a third installment of the movie series starring Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Justin Bartha. Cooper confirmed on the “Graham Norton Show” that a third film in the franchise is in the works.
“Oh Lord… Madonna is gonna be the halftime show for the Super Bowl. I guess Cloris Leachman wasn’t available.”
— @BlackCanseco tweeted after the NFL confirmed that Madonna will be playing the halftime show of Super Bowl XLVI, located in Indianapolis.