“[People] get sensitive about Stevie [Wonder]. I’m over here wishing him sight. Y’all wishing him blind. Who loves Stevie for real? #stevieaintblind.”
— @Bomani_Jones tweets his theories about the music star after Wonder, left, stated he’s looking to become a contestant on “Dancing With the Stars.”
“Let’s just say [Sidney]Crosby’s sparkle isn’t just a metaphor for his performance in big games. #SidneyCrosbyIsAVampire.”
— @pghiconoclast cracks a “Twilight” joke after hearing a radio interview with Yahoo blogger Ryan Lambert and Washington (Pa.) Observer-Reporter columnist John Steigerwald in which Lambert implies that Steigerwald has the same amount of proof in his column claiming that the Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin uses performing-enhancing drugs as Lambert has that the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby is a vampire.
“If you think you’re going to get rich buying up .XXX domain names – I’ve got a bridge in Manhattan I want to sell you.”
— @overlubr7353 doesn’t plan on purchasing any of the domain names made available Tuesday by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which allowed for the typically racy suffix to be included in website names.
“Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night will keep your postman from delivering that ‘Mad Men’ DVD you’ve been waiting for. But legacy labor costs and the disruptive force of the Internet? Yeah, that’ll do it.”
— Jordan Weissman at TheAtlantic.com breaks down in simple terms why the United States Postal Service is scaling back its standards for first-class delivery service.
“I guess this is the kind of cultural shift that President Obama was talking about when he spoke about ‘fundamentally transforming America.’ How about we strive for separation of stupidity and state?”
— DirectorBlue.blogspot.com reacts to news that Loudoun County, Va. gave a man permission to display a skeleton dressed as Santa Claus and nailed to a cross in front of the county courthouse.