Thursday, March 4, 2010

Round-Up: Thursday, Mar. 4, 2010

Listen and Learn: NPR Discusses "Rules for Eating" featuring Michael Pollan

Laugh: How to Get Nominated for an Academy Award,  If Restaurants Were Honest,  When Cake Decorating Goes Horribly Horribly Wrong

Read: One of the More Interesting Obituaries You Will Read: Charlie Wilson (Remember his war?)

Search for a New Job: 100 Useful Sites

Drink: 10 Things You Might Not Know about Sake

Listen: NPR Streams a SXSW Playlist with 100 Songs.

News: New York is a Mess. "At this point, only two of the six statewide elected officials, Sen. Chuck Schumer and Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, were actually elected to the positions they hold."

Stupid News: "A North Carolina congressman has announced new legislation that would put the smiling face of Ronald Reagan on the $50 bill, booting aside Ulysses S. Grant in favor of what Patrick McHenry calls "a modern-day statesman whose presidency transformed our nation’s political and economic thinking." McHenry also points out that Reagan is much more popular than Grant in opinion polls! Democracy in action!" (Via)

Watch: This has made the rounds already, but it's worth a rewatch

Watch: One of the More Solid Daily Show Segments of Late

Watch: Macarons at MacDo

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