Happy long weekend all. A heads-up that next Wednesday you will want to dance with us to Henry Cole's Afrobeat Collective, with the Gilad Hekselman Quartet. And now, these links:
Like many Americans, we plan to take Memorial Day off. And while a three-day weekend is always fun, this holiday is a somber one.
We were reminded of that reading an Op-Ed from Tom Manion in today's Wall Street Journal. Manion served in the military for 30 years and his son, Travis Manion, was killed in Iraq when he was just 26-years-old.
Manion delivers an emotional piece that attempts to answer a complex question: Why do they serve?
Did you know most people smile when they are frustrated?
Look at this picture:
Carl reads three news-related limericks: A Beef-tacular Discovery; Sorry, Ladies ... You Can't Handle These Chips; The Queen's Walker.
Carl reads three quotes from the weeks news: The 2012 Ad Wars Get an Early Start; Space Taxi!; and An Idle Idol Finale.
Our panelists answer questions about the week's news: The Greatest Duh-liberative Body in the World.
More questions for the panel: A Healthy Reason to Eat Junk Food; Sinking the USS Chivalry; Science Solves a Condiment Conundrum.
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
In a recent speech, Mitt Romney announced there was a list of words he wasn't allowed to say. Our panelists predict what those words are.
Our panelists tell three stories about improving customer service.