Sexy Jen nips out in front

Whenever we’re feeling depressed about the state of media in this country, we take solace in Britian’s The Sun. Here’s a sample of their cutting edge journalism.

IT isn’t just Britain where the weather is a bit nippy at the moment. JENNIFER ANISTON was feeling the cold in Vancouver, Canada.
The ex-Friends star really is absolutely stunning — no question about it. Quite why she is single is beyond me.
A bit farther south, in more ways than one, BRITNEY SPEARS was snapped looking better than usual.
Her efforts to hide the Smarties failed too.

If you’re curious, it’s strangely safe for work.

We're Back And Ready To Party

Due to bizarre technical difficulties last week—don’t ask—we’ve been MIA. We’re back. And now we’re ready to party. Maybe we should ask this guy to help out:

Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis & Michael Cera

Our pals at Rumproast pointed out this hilarious, albeit creepy video. It’s a must-see:

Matt Taibbi: Hillary Win Made Me Feel Like I Had Cancer

The always great Matt Taibbi was on The Colbert Report last night. In case you missed him, here it is:

Meanwhile, when all is said and done, Obama and Hillary actually tied in NH.

Tom Brokaw Sums Up The Hillary Fiasco Last Night

Seeing Hillary win last night was depressing, but at least Tom Brokaw put things in perspective when he bitchslapped Chris Matthews on MSNBC: [From Digby via Rumproast]

BROKAW: You know what I think we’re going to have to do?
MATTHEWS: Yes sir?
BROKAW: Wait for the voters to make their judgment.
MATTHEWS: Well what do we do then in the days before the ballot? We must stay home, I guess.
BROKAW: No, no we don’t stay home. There are reasons to analyze what they’re saying. We know from how the people voted today, what moved them to vote. You can take a look at that. There are a lot of issues that have not been fully explored during all this.
But we don’t have to get in the business of making judgments before the polls have closed. And trying to stampede in effect the process.
Look, I’m not just picking on us, it’s part of the culture in which we live these days. I think that the people out there are going to begin to make judgments about us if we don’t begin to temper that temptation to constantly try to get ahead of what the voters are deciding, in many cases, as we learned in New Hampshire when they went into the polling booth today or in the last three days. They were making decisions very late.

Brokaw is right. People are so tired of being told by polls and pundits who is going to win, yesterday’s vote became a defiance vote for Hillary. And Reddit is ablaze with Diebold conspiracies. While we’re on the subject of the primaries, don’t miss this eye-opening post on looneytune Ron Paul. As we’ve said all along, he’s nuts.

Bill O'Reilly Proves He's A Dick Once Again

The January 2008 Movie Preview

by Dave Thomas
J. J. Abrams, Michel Gondry and the guy who made that Enron doc are giving us at least a few bright spots to look forward to in an otherwise standard issue January crapfest.
January 4
Yet another Japanese horror remake where technology kills your ass.
Other than The Ring, can you name one good American J-Horror adaptation?
Trying to pull a When a Stranger Calls no-competition January horror release. After the year that horror had in 2007, I don’t know if that will work. $23mil.
Read the title again.
Early buzz is mixed, but this did win a Special Jury Prize at Tribeca.

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A Guide To Tonight's Caucus For Dummies

If you’re a bit thick, like us, here’s a handy visual aid to tonight’s caucus. Not surprisingly, we Democrats do things in a much less efficient, more confusing way than the GOP. No wonder they always win.