HuffPo celebrates 10 years of perverse and trite journalism
The Huffington Post, named after Arianna Huffington's gay ex-husband, Michael Huffington (I supposed she preferred calling it that to the Stassinopoulos Post, after her maiden name), has celebrated 10 years of perverse, race-baiting, and banal journalism. I thought that to honor their achievement, I would list but a few of their recent greatest hits:
1) "How to Eat Ramen"
It turns out that the key ... is to eat quickly.
Most insightful tip:
Choose a fun mat.
1. A decision is made.
...to get a haircut. It goes downhill from there.
It features photos of men dressed as women holding up signs in women's bathrooms demanding the right to go to the bathroom there.
This is a guy dressed as a girl. My only question: who will guard the guard?
I wonder if this is an issue that Arianna personally feels strongly about since she divorced Michael.
... self-identified lesbian women are more comfortable and familiar with the female body and thus, on average, are better able to induce orgasm in their female partners
I think AT is wasting space talking about politics, culture, and world affairs when it could be talking about the really important issues of the day like this.
It Will Be Easier To Learn A Second Language... Amazing Music... Less Racism... Better Television... More Ethnic Studies... We'll Be Better Thinkers
No racism there!
This is only a small sampling. There are also many more articles about the greatness of minority cultures, the evil of white people, the evil of men, how oppressed Muslims are, how oppressed gays are (but not by Muslims), and so on. HuffPo is a sort of dumbed down, soft-porn parody of the Washington Post.
I find it quite useful. If you want to get a snapshot of the current liberal IQ on any given day, simply glance at the homepage of HuffPo. It's like a mental weather report for liberals.
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