Jon Stewart is back from vacation, and he’s not wasting any time going after one of his favorite targets: Fox News.
Combined, it’s a devastating picture. And the economy would be much stronger — meaning, likely larger profits to business overall — if we could correct this problem. But no business can move in that direction alone, and we have one political party that will fight to the death to stop any government operation from ever working correctly (and another party that’s a mixture of well-meaning, naive, corrupt, clueless, and equally corporate-owned). So keep tuned for the Great American Decline, unless someone can break the logjam and start getting workers more of the benefits of their work.
This is my new favorite design fail.
Subtle failures of message are wonderful, aren’t they?
Possibly the greatest Disney merch ever: they’re magnetic, with a metal disc that goes under clothes so they can stand on your shoulders. Source.
On the way to see Guardians of Galaxy yesterday — which is just as fun as people are saying, by the way — my two sons and I were reminiscing about the glories of wack-bat. And so I wanted to share.
Best comment yet on what I insist on calling FemThor.
(image from Our Valued Customers; sentiment from some random smart woman in some random comics shop)
Scott Bateman for The Nib anatomizes our brave new world of corporate personhood.
By Gemma Correll, from The Nib. Not sure which one is my favorite, but I love the happy whale in his storm,.