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  1. Frozen Will Harm the Production of “Real Men” Because Fox News is Backwards Land

    ♫ Do you want to build a straw man? An assertion no one maaaaaaade. ♫

    Wow. Frozen sent the message that boys are unnecessary in society? I mean, where do you even start with this?

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  2. Morning Facepalm: Fox News Uses Bioshock Infinite Logo to “Defend the Homeland”

    I swear I'm not making this up.

    Death by overdose of irony is not a thing, right? I'm just concerned for all of our safety, because Fox News' graphics department has borrowed from Bioshock Infinite—a game about complete racism and zealotry by people who worship unrealistic versions of the U.S. founders—for an anti-immigration graphic. Some graphics intern had to have done this on purpose, right?

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Magnificent Maleficent Cosplay

    Things We Saw Today

    You know fans are into the design when the cosplay starts before the movie does. (Fashionably Geek)

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  4. Fox News Says The Lego Movie Is Bad For America’s Kids

    Everything is awesome, except for anti-big business propaganda poisoning America's children.

    Well, everyone, I'm sorry to report that once again Hollywood libertards are indoctrinating our children with their dangerous anti-big business message. The LEGO Movie is the newest in a string of children's movies demonizing corporations. At least, that's what Fox Business host Charles Payne shouts about in this cringe-worthy Fox News clip.

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  5. Fox News Unveils New State-Of-The-Art Newsroom That’s Filled Either With Giant Tablets Or Tiny Humans

    Either way, it's hilarious.

    If you're a regular viewer of Fox News, then are you in for a surreal treat! In a video tour for the channel, host Shephard Smith unveiling the fancy new newsroom for his 3pm program Shephard Smith Reporting, and it's... well, it is indeed very fancy. So fancy it's ridiculous, in fact.

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  6. Donald Trump Thinks Edward Snowden Should Be Executed, Rest of World Unsure Why We’re Asking Donald Trump About This

    No, Trump is not an expert, and no, we don't kill people just because they piss us off.

    “This guy’s a bad guy and, you know, there’s still a thing called execution." That's noted Constitutional scholar rich asshole Donald Trump's position on Edward Snowden, calling him a spy and worrying that the United States will seem "pathetic" should it take too long to catch him.And oh, yeah, Trump also strongly implied that Snowden should be murdered by the state. Because clearly, that will allay everyone's fears of government overreach in the name of national security.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: New International Poster for Monsters University

    Things We Saw Today

    And speaking of Pixar, the film previously known as Untitled Disney-Pixar Inside the Mind Film now has an actual title: Inside Out. It's "told from the perspective of the emotions inside the mind of a little girl" and is directed by Pete Docter, who also directed Monsters, Inc. and Up (via The Daily Blam, /Film)

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  8. It’s Always Sunny in Germany: Fox News Fails to Grasp Solar Power Reality

    Solar power is one of those divisive political issues that stereotypical Republicans hate and stereotypical Democrats love. Alternative energy in general falls pretty strictly down party lines, but solar power tends to receive the most flak. Government subsidies and the like are constantly talked about for one reason or another. Germany's producing a whole mess of solar energy, on the other and, and Fox & Friends apparently seems to think that it's because "they've got more sun than we do." One guess as to how accurate that statement is.

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  9. Fox News Explains How Futurama‘s Bender Won an Election to Head DC’s School Board

    The Future Is Now!

    On Friday’s Fox & Friends, host Steve Doocy introduced a story about how Bender -- a cartoon robot from Comedy Central’s Futurama -- was voted in as the head of the Washington, D.C., School Board. The election, Doocy explained, wasn’t real -- it was a trial run for electronic voting systems and how secure they are. A team from the University of Michigan hacked in and made Bender the winner. “If you think electronic voting systems are secure,” Doocy explained, “try explaining how the guy you’re about to see won an election.” He then showed a clip of Bender’s arms falling off.

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  10. Muppets Director: “No, The Muppets Are Not Communist”

    This Makes Sense

    It’s a very strange turn of events to hear a question like that, cable news is 24 hours long so you have to fill it up with something. No, the Muppets are not communist. The character of Tex Richman is not an allegory for capitalism in any way. The character is called Tex Richman. It’s a joke. Clearly he is a classic, old school bad guy. He’s bad not because he works for an oil company but because he’s evil. No, it’s not a communist movie in any way. -- James Bobin, director of The Muppets. If you're unfamiliar with the Fox News (who else?) segment that Bobin is responding to, I've posted it below.

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  11. Fox News Offers Advice on Sexting, People Immediately Stop Sexting

    Vital Information for Your Everyday Life

    Fox News has gotten hip to the cool jive and is offering tips on sexting ("strictly adults only"!) that is sure to make you think a few brain thoughts. Among them: Did my parents catch me sexting and report it to Fox News? Did Fox News only just find out about sexting? And does this mean sexting is officially not cool anymore? Not sure about answers to the first two questions, but the third might be a yes. And also, your parents are going to start sexting. Also: I am so sorry I made you think about that.

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  12. Bill O’Reilly’s Tidal Skepticism Launches “You Can’t Explain That” Meme

    Last month, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly stepped into instant Internet infamy when, in a debate with American Atheists president David Silverman, O'Reilly attempted to prove the existence of God by citing the mystery of the tides: "I’ll tell you why [religion is] not a scam, in my opinion. Tide goes in, tide goes out. Never a miscommunication. You can’t explain that. You can’t explain why the tide goes in." Only one problem: There's this thing called the Moon which might have a little to do with tides. More recently, O'Reilly attempted to clarify his remarks (sort of) by asking, "where'd the Moon come from?" But this too opened O'Reilly's flank to any number of scientific counters, and anyway, the damage had been done. Fairly or not, O'Reilly had been pegged as an ignoramus who blindly defended faith not with reasoned arguments, but with questions that could be answered with a quick Wikipedia lookup. Thanks to a spirited Reddit thread last night, O'Reilly's gaffe is well on its way towards becoming a meme. An image macro in the Advice Dog vein, the O'Reilly meme features Papa Bear's head on a red-and-blue backdrop. In the top half of the image, he asks about conundrums which are more Seinfeld than metaphysics: How does bread turn into toast? Why does water come back when you flush the toilet? And why would Chewbacca, a seven-and-a-half foot tall Wookiee, want to live on Endor with the runty Ewoks? You can't explain that. Below, the O'Reilly meme in action:

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  13. Fox News Reports on Internet Trolls

    There's so much madness in this local Fox affiliate's report on Internet trolls, I don't even know where to begin. The knowing inclusion of trollface and the canonical green troll icon? The dramatic close-ups of YouTube comments? The anecdote about a man who was threatened and subject to humiliating Photoshops by a "professional troll" hired by his enemy?  The very presence of Boxxy? Whoever did the video editing on this deserves an Nobel Prize. (via Reddit)

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  14. Why Fox News Really Should Be Angry About Wonder Woman

    Nationalism, it's just so cute and old fashioned, dontcha think? Right. So... Fox News is reporting about the Wonder Woman costume change, so that you can decide:
    Wonder Woman may have finally been given a pair of pants, but has she been stripped of her patriotism? The new and allegedly improved Wonder Woman (a.k.a Diana Prince), has been given a head-to-toe makeover by artist Jim Lee, replacing her signature American flag decorated briefs with skintight black pants and purging the super hero of all her trappings of Americana.
    You can see our reporting on the new costume, right here. Whether or not you decide anything from it is up to you. We don't want to pressure anyone. In the interest of proper comics education, we'd like to let Fox News know that they could have much better reasons to call Wonder Woman un-Patriotic (by their own definition) if they spent the time to find out more about her than what you get from watching the opening sequence from the Lynda Carter show.

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