In the interest of being anti-SOPA but pro-intellectual property respect, no photo today, because I don’t think the Associated Press allows wholesale reproduction without a license. A link, then, to L.L. Bean’s answer to the comical automotive corporate mascot: the Bootmobile.
I want one.
Linx ‘n’ pix today, then. What do we have?
Speaking of SOPA, looks like young Ben Quayle was a co-sponsor. Apples, trees, and what they say about them.
I thought Sally Jenkins’ piece about Joe Paterno was a bit much, but I wasn’t half as offended as this guy was. By that I mean, I know Paterno (and his handlers) were playing the Poor Sick Old Man card, but I didn’t think Jenkins was playing it, too. (I’ve been far more offended by her close relationship with Lance Armstrong.) YMMV, as we say on the Internets.
No dispute about this, though: Sports Illustrated’s piece on the Thrilla in Manila, unearthed from the vault this week in honor of Muhammed Ali’s 70th birthday. Fabulous.
PJs in public — threat or menace? Menace!
Happy Thursday, all.