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  • “Parks and Rec” Was The Best Thing to Ever Happen for It’s Cast. Here’s Why

    Parks and Recreation is about to embark on it’s final season, set in a not so futuristic 2017, where drones patrol neighborhoods and Tom Haverford is the mogul he’d always dreamed he’d be. Now Andy (Chris Pratt), goes by Johnny Karate and is the star of a new hit show and Jerry goes by Terry, because no one would listen when he tried to correct them. Still not much is known about Ron Swanson or the rest of the cast besides Leslie and Ben, but we just got ourselves amped up for the final season. So we thought we’d create a meter of success each main character has acquired from the show’s prime time dominance. We used Lil’ Sebastian as an optimal arbitrary rating system.   Donna Meagle- Retta Retta already wins because she only has one word in her name. Other than that Retta’s been playing some one-off roles on The Kroll Show, Kay & Peele and Drunk History. Her defining moment on the show was “Treat yo’self” day, top 5 funniest moments on the show. I award Retta 1 Lil Sebastian Jerry- Jim O’Heir Jim’s been staying busy. Very busy. Since 2009 Jim has appeared in over 60 different pieces of more »

  • 38 of the Most Brilliant Snapchats to Make it Out Alive

    Snapchat is quickly becoming the most used social media app for millennials and generation z (whatever that means), and us old timers can finally see why.  We’re sure there are many more brilliant Snapchats forever gone after it’s time is up, but for now here are some of the most brilliant snaps that made it out alive.

  • Keith Richards is 71 Today, Here are 6 Quotes From The Last True Rockstar

    Happy birthday to Keith Richards, in 1943 you were born into this world with a head full of blown out hair and a cigarette hanging out of your mouth (I’d like to think). In your 71 years on this earth you’ve seen more than 10 lifetimes of… of stuff. You’ve always been a shoot from the hip, honest shooter and so we want to thank you by highlighting a few of your best quotes. The last great rockstar’s wise words to live by.

  • Your Favorite Movie Posters Are Better in GIF Form

    Two of our favorite things. Gifs and movie posters, together at last, in one seamless loop that last forever. In this compilation, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Batman, Looper, E.T. and even Gravity are given the Gif treatment. I can watch Sandra Bullock drift off into a silent space forever.

  • The Colbert Report Studio Gets The Google Maps Treatment

    Stephen Colbert is saying goodbye to the stage that made him the star he is today, after writing for the Daily Show since the mid 90s, Colbert got his own desk on the Colbert Report, which has been a voice for young adults in America since it’s launch. Colbert will be taking over David Letterman’s slot as a late night host, but not before one last good bye. In collaboration with The Colbert Report, Google Maps Business View is giving a 360-degree virtual tour of The Colbert Report studio. Business view hopes to continue their Google Street success, by giving virtual tours of restaurants and stores around the globe.

  • Best Boots for This Winter

    This winter promises to be dastardly, yes like the villainous Dick Dastardly and his snickering canine sidekick, Muttley. I picture them reigning cold winds and snow upon the city when I picture the powers that be, responsible for terrible weather.  So what do you need to prepare for the worst of the worst, the inevitable frigidness of January/February? Boots. You need Boots. Insulated, cold weather proof, slush-kickin’ boots. So we’ve compiled a list of the best all purpose winter boots for the winter season. Timberland Eathkeeper The Earthkeeper is a great looking all-season boot that will last the test of time, in fact, will look better with age. Made with recycled/sustainably sourced materials, the Earthkeeper will do the job Timberland is renowned for without sacrificing looks A great commuting or shoveling water resistant boot. Timberland Eathkeeper $180 __ Native Shoes Jimmy This shoe is dry and light. If you want a minimalist boot with fleece lining and a bevy of great color combinations give this boot a try. With it’s sleek ivory signature sole, the Jimmy is both stylish and practical. And light, oh so light, don’t ever worry about slushing through the snow trying to pick up each leg with both arms. more »

  • The 60th Anniversary Vanquish is Made of Recycled Aston Martin Parts

    For the Vanquishes 60th Anniversary each limited edition Vanquish has been styled by the Design team at Aston Martin Lagonda working with the bespoke personalisation service: Q by Aston Martin. Each part of every car has been handpicked meticulously from each era of the last 60 years to create a final product that would make Dr. Frankenstein shed a single tear. The cars are limited to a quantity of just 6, so if you want one better call up uncle Rich (Branson).

  • London From Above (12 HQ Photos)

    London is the most visited city in the world, a central hub for travelers on their way to or from the west, home to six professional Premier League teams and three of top ten museums and galleries in the world. London is only growing, massive skyscrapers and cranes overlook buildings with 2 times the historic prevalence of anything in the established U.S. Slava Stepanov (Gelio), a Russian based photographer has created a brilliant series of photos that captured London form a birds eye view perspective, a view not many people are accustomed to when the metropolis comes to mind. A beautiful city combining a thousand years of history and progressive modern architecture, London is a sight that should be seen from the ground floor and up in the heavens.

  • Rare and Iconic Photos of NYC Subways in the 1966

    Photographer Danny Lyon is bringing to light very rare photos taken 48 years ago surrounding the subways of New York City. Lyon has already established himself as one of New York City’s best native born photographers, especially through the 60s and 70s. Lyons account of New York City during an era of drastic change and gentrification are looked at as sacred scrolls from another era of history today. His rare and iconic photos of what we know now as “The Financial District” of Manhattan taken before it’s complete overhauling to the financial Mecca it is today are some of the last and few on record to date. In Lyon’s newest exhibition called Underground: 1966, which according to the MTA, was inspired by some advice from his mom after he returned to New York, “Lyon returned to New York City in late 1966, when he took his mother’s advice: “If you’re bored, just talk to someone on the subway.” He used a Rolleiflex camera and color transparency film to photograph the subway in Brooklyn. The images in “Underground: 1966” have never been publicly exhibited.” Lyon created the originals with a Rolleiflex camera using Kodak safety film slides. He did not use a more »

  • 7 Years of The Most Hilariously Inappropriate Christmas Cards

    Christmas cards are more than likely the cheesiest part of the holidays. Families gather in their cheerful sweaters and show you just how cookie cutter happy their perfect little lives are, even though Jason’s doing kegstands at State every Thursday and Samantha’s gone goth via their Instagrams. Comedian and photographer, John Cessna is going about his holiday tradition a little differently. Cessna’s been sending out hilarious Christmas cards, completely abandoning the holiday cheer stigma attached to Christmas cards. Since 2008, John has been removed from his families cards, after budding heads with his mother on holiday alcohol consumption, so John decided to start making his own. Christmas Fight Club, Holiday kidnapping and a sacrificial Christmas are some of the twisted Christmas Cards John has been sending his friends and family over the years. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

  • Every Single Death Scene in Quentin Tarantino’s 7 Movies

    The Chairman of the blood, Quentin Tarantino never shies away from a good ol’ murder scene, whether it’s just or villainous, the acclaimed director gives new meaning to a glorious death. Guns, swords and bombs are all some of Quentin’s favorite toys on set when filming a gory scene from his directors chair from the likes of Bruce Willis, Sam Jackson and of course Uma Thurman. Barcelona-based filmmaker and editor Jaume R. Lloret put together a supercut of every death scene in Quentin Tarantino’s seven films and stitched them together to form an action-packed supercut ranging from Reservoir Dogs to Kill Bill to Django unchained. Spoilers and murders below. Quentin Tarantino // Every Death from Jaume R. Lloret on Vimeo.

  • The Limited Edition SPACELIFE “Astronaut” Jacket

    It’s every child’s dream to literally reach for the stars. Fly up in a space shuttle and float amongst the stars. We’ll there’s a very slight chance that dream is a reality today, but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress like your favorite astronaut. SPACELIFE‘s limited edition jacket will serve as not only a replica novelty item, but also a practical jacket made of the highest quality materials used for “Astro-fashion”. In anticipation of a full line of astronaut influenced gear set to drop next September, SPACELIFE released specs from their limited edition jacket. The design of the jacket takes inspiration from the classic spacesuit and offers many technical features as well as excellent protection from the elements . The exterior of the jacket is made from a unique trilobal fiber which is both waterproof and light-reflecting. The hood includes built-in speakers, controllable via Bluetooth® or via the integrated remote on your sleeve which also allows you to effortlessly control your phone. The jacket comes in a special SPACELIFE ambassadors kit, containing various space-inspired accessories. The jacket is currently available for pre-order at €1499 (approximately $1876 USD) and limited to 100 pieces. September 2015.

  • The Anatomy of a Master Traveler

    Traveling is an addictive hobby. An addictive hobby that can get quite expensive, which makes the most seasoned world travelers pros at saving money in clever fashion, but that’s not all, a good traveler must know their terrain, how much their baggage weighs and what kind of clothes to wear to blend in with the surrounding culture. This inforgraphic created by Hotels4U will be a great guide and checklist when you drop everything to travel the world for your quarter life crisis.

  • The Strangest Photos of 2014

    2014 had no shortage of weirdness. With strange persona’s and awestruck moments being captured, by anyone with a camera handy this year’s most bizarre events were all captured on film for the world to see. Some photos had everything to do with being in the right place at the right time and some have a more powerful message embedded within the story behind the image. But here are a few of the strangest images taken this year. [h/t] NYT

  • The Most Searched MLB players and Teams of 2014, According to Google

    This year was one of the most talked about in recent history for the MLB, a cinderella story team almost took home the World Series, the most popular player on the planet played his last game in pinstripes and there were a handful of tragic losses from Hall of Fame star, Tony Gwynn to Cardinals top prospect Oscar Taveras. The year definitely had it’s peaks and valleys, but in a sea of negative press surrounding players in the NFL, the MLB had a pretty positive year. Hunter Pence embraced his internet 15-minutes, Giancarlo Stanton signed a contract, putting him in the upper echelon of super-stardom, and Clayton Kershaw proved to be one, if not the, best pitcher to ever play the game. Google trends has pulled the top 10 searched players, MLB teams and full list of “Sports” teams for their 2014 year in review. Here are the top trends. Trending MLB Players 1. Derek Jeter 2. Tony Gwynn 3. Oscar Taveras 4. Madison Bumgarner 5. Hunter Pence 6. Giancarlo Stanton 7. Justin Verlander 8. Mike Trout 9. Clayton Kershaw 10. Pablo Sandoval The Royals, second to only the Giants in the playoffs, were the top trending Major League club. Interestingly, more »

  • Andrew Luck’s Trash Talk Skills Are Dismantling Defenses Brains

    Andrew Luck is an evil genius. He’s unanimously known as the weirdest trash talker in the NFL and word is finally starting to get around. Luck infiltrates the minds of combative D-linemen and linebackers by complimenting them after every tackle or sack on… himself. The tactic is not only confusing to opponents, but it drives them berserk. In a recent piece by Kevin Clark of the WSJ, Luck’s obscure method of trash talking is broken down, “Defensive back Nolan Carroll, who has hit Luck three times and with two teams, remembers the first time it happened while he was with the Miami Dolphins last year. Carroll, now with the Philadelphia Eagles, was blitzing off the edge and got to Luck, knocking him down just after he released the ball. Carroll was walking back to the huddle when he heard “Great job, Nolan!” He turned around, searching for the person who said it—maybe it was a teammate, he thought. “Then I realized it was Luck who said it. I’m like ‘what’s going on? Aren’t you supposed to be mad?’” Carroll said. “So then I’m the one who gets ticked off because an upbeat attitude isn’t something you see.” Luck’s over zealous, more »

  • Three New Teasers Have Arrived for ‘Better Call Saul’

    Everything we already know about Saul is simply reiterated in the teaser for February’s premier of “Better Call Saul”, the AMC Breaking Bad spin-off, staring Bob Odenkirk as the lovably sleezy attorney, Saul Goodman. Three teasers have been released revealing hints of lesser-than-legal work ethic, Saul’s eccentric choice in dress shirts and a mug. With a connection already in place from the Breaking Bad series, let’s hope the ‘Clean Shirts, Dirty Lawyer’ teaser is an innuendo to the return of Gus, the calculated drug lord with a dry cleaning front.

  • Spanglish Action Movie Posters Are All That’s Right with the World

    Artist, Josh Ariza loves a terribly good 80s and 90s action movie as much as the next guy, so he decided to put a flavorful latin twist on his newest Spanglish poster series, a fun rendition of three undeniably classic action movies. These limited-edition prints serve as a homage to the golden age of action, when actors did their own stunts, yes Travolta actually took his face clean off for Face-off. Printed on French Paper by Mama’s Sauce, there are only 100 of each. All are personally signed and numbered by me. El Faceoff features Travolta and Cage as Luchadores who’ve exchanged wrestling masks. Road Casa portrays a high-kicking mariachi hell-bent on defending his turf. And ¡Rapido! shows Keanu as a vigilant bandit along side Sandra as his love-torn mujer. Get’em while they’re caliente on Josh’s Portfolio page here.

  • Tequila Mockingbird: Cocktails with a Literary Twist

    What goes better with creative writing than a little kickstart juice to get the party started. The literary visionaries who wrote brilliant works such as  Fahrenheit 451, Moby-Dick and anything Hemingway wrote. Now you can give the gift of wonderfully mixed cocktails with a literary twist to them with Tequila Mockingbird, the ultimate cocktail book for the literary obsessed. Featuring 65 delicious drink recipes—paired with wry commentary on history’s most beloved novels—the book also includes bar bites, drinking games, and whimsical illustrations throughout. Even if you don’t have a B.A. in English, tonight you’re gonna drink like you do. Drinks include: The Pitcher of Dorian Grey Goose The Last of the Mojitos Love in the Time of Kahlúa Romeo and Julep A Rum of One’s Own Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margarita Vermouth the Bell Tolls

  • The Sony World Photography Award Entries are Phenomenal (15 Photos)

    The Sony World Photography Awards are in full swing and some of the entries are simply amazing. The competition is open to  amateur and professional photographers with a keen eye for the world’s wonders. Since it’s inaugural 2007 competition, the awards have collected over 700,000 entries. This year’s entries span all walks of life, architecture and blink of an eye beauty. Here are 15 of the best images across categories like Split Second, Arts and Culture and Travel. Those competing in the professional contest will be judged by the 2015 honorary jury consisting of Oliver Schmitt, Matthew Leifheit, Xingxin Guo, Joanna Milter, Maria Pieri, Enrica Viganò, and Sasha Erwitt. The deadlines for this season ends on January 8, 2015. Check out the website for more information.   Cioplea Vlad, Romania, Split Second Category (c) Cioplea Vlad, Romania, Entry, Split Second Category, Open Competition, Sony World Photography Awards Image title: Dog Fight Image Description: This is exactly the moment when Romanian YAK Team is breaking the formation just in front of the public at Bucharest International Air Show. At that moment they look just like they are haunting each other.Image location: Bucharest International Air Show 2014   Ioulia Chvetsova, France, Arts and Culture Category (c) more »

  • YaddaYadda Bond Villian YaddaYadda Superyacht

    Don’t you dare tell me this superyacht wasn’t modeled after 4 generations of the Bat-mobile. Don’t you dare. The Xhibitionist superyacht is the stuff of dreams, dubbed the “supercar of the sea” it’s contours and submersive design make it seem like it’s about to sink into the abyss and shoot torpedos at jetskis. The 75-meter behemoth comes with eight rooms, complete with monochrome furniture, a rooftop jacuzzi and helipad that fits thee helicopters, so your billionaire friends won’t have to pull up on a lesser sea vessel, how thughtful. Gray Design, the sweedish firm responisble for this yacht among boats, is hoping to charge $25 million.  

  • New 3D models in Google Maps Are Hyper Realistic

    Google has began implementing hyper real 3D models of buildings in it’s Google Maps and Earth applications. New York City and San Francisco will be the first cities unveiled with extreme detail. The Freedom Tower,  Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and the Bay Bridge in San Francisco are some wildly impressive examples you can look at right now. In May 2013  Google began updating imagery from Google Earth and doesn’t have plans of stopping until the entire planet looks like a Sim City game.    

  • RSVLTS Best Casual Winter Jackets of 2014

    Welcome to winters in 2014. Cold, frigid, dystopian anywhere north of DC. I can almost hear the laughs bellowing from residents of Chicago, as if their hateful winter weather has expanded throughout every north state in the continental 48. Get used to it, because it doesn’t look like these harsh winters are going anywhere anytime soon. Why not embrace the cold and be prepared this winter instead of packing on base layers, middle layers and a less than adequate out shell. Here are our Top 5 casual jacket choices to get you through this frigid SOB of a winter.   FjällRäven Övik Jacket We’ve had a chance to put this jacket up against the elements, and it holds up as well as a Carhartt, but without the rugged canvas shell. The outer layer of this jacket is durable and tightly woven not letting in even a pinhole of brisk air (thanks to FjällRäven’s g-1000 technology) and if it does, the inner lining will do it’s job keeping you cozy. The  Ovik definitely fits big, so if you like your jackets snug like your skinny jeans go a size smaller. Fabrics: G-1000. HeavyDuty: 65% polyester, 35% cotton, G-1000. FjällRäven Övik Jacket $300 J. Crew Broadmoor more »

  • Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Takes a Dip Into the Future

    The gang is back, sans Cusack, and they’re all very successful, internet inventing, pop song stealing, beautiful mane of hair having men. Then they decide to take another dip, this time traveling in to the future, and it looks like it isn’t what they thought it would be. Everything has a timeline of success and it looks like their good luck eventually runs out. Check it out in the new Trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2.

  • The 10 Most Instagrammed Places in 2014

    Instagram is now the absolute standard in social media photography and with that comes a certain geotagging, especially when hashtags are involved. PetaPixel obtained the most Instagrammed locations in the world from their archived data and the results are more than surprising. It’s no shocker sports arenas/stadiums make the list 3 times, but it’s the actual stadiums that are surprising. Yankee Stadium and MSG top the entire list, but Dodger stadium comes in at a far higher ranking. Most likely because they sell out nearly every game at over 47,0000 people in attendance every home game (81 total) which adds up to 3,782,337 people. Now it makes sense. Take a look at the top 10 most Instagrammed locations in the world in 2014. 10. The Dubai Mall, Dubai, United Arab Emirates #thedubaimall#dubai#dubaimallwaterfall#dubaifountain#дубай#дубаймолл#фонтан A photo posted by Елена Павлишина (@lemusik2013) on Nov 11, 2014 at 7:58am PST 9. Yankee Stadium, New York, New York I hope we don't have to wait another 150 years for a day that fun. #latergram #yankeestadium #rivalry150 #newyorkcity A photo posted by Missy Capone (@misfitcap) on Nov 11, 2014 at 12:29pm PST 8. Madison Square Garden, New York, New York 7. Red Square, Moscow, Russia At more »

  • Ebola Fighters are TIME Magazine’s choice for ‘Person of the Year 2014′

    The epidemic that struck Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Mali took the world by storm in 2014. It’s unprecedented outbreak, while deplorably fatal, didn’t stop doctors and nurses from traveling into the belly of the beast to help a region in dire distress. With minimal resources and precautions, volunteers from across the globe risked their lives and rejection from reentering their native country to help the Ebola epidemic any way they could. While the rest of the world watched in terror, unknown the reality of the situation, because of confusion in the media, “the special forces of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), the Christian medical-relief workers of Samaritan’s Purse and many others from all over the world fought side by side with local doctors and nurses, ambulance drivers and burial teams.” as told by TIME. “The rest of the world can sleep at night because a group of men and women are willing to stand and fight. For tireless acts of courage and mercy, for buying the world time to boost its defenses, for risking, for persisting, for sacrificing and saving, the Ebola fighters are TIME’s 2014 Person of the Year.” The Ebola Fighters are TIME’s Person more »

  • Insane Person Rides Motorcycle Down a Roller Coaster, Because Red Bull

    Riding a motorcycle down the street might be considered dangerous enough for some of us, but not Red Bull. French legend of moto trials, Julien Dupont decided that he wanted to be a part of “Red Bull Roller Coaster”, a trial run that includes Julien riding through a wooden coaster. A wooden roller coaster in Mexico. A wooden roller coaster in Mexico City. Not only is that dangerous enough for the most daring of daredevils, but Dupont decides to throw in a couple of back flips in there on the narrow track. The famed 108ft-tall Montaña Rusa coaster is a 50-year-old wooden ride at La Feria de Chapultepec amusement park in Mexico City. Dupont flips and falls through the drops and turns of the coaster most would second guess riding on a cart grounded by tracks. For Julen’s next trick he’ll be driving his motorcycle directly into a volcano.

  • The 24 Best Movie Posters of 2014

    The art of a good movie poster is a dying one, with marketing focus groups pumping out ubiquitous information on what colors and graphics drawin a consumers eye, movie art is quickly becoming cookie cutter. With action movie art sharing so many qualities it’s hard to tell them apart, some brave flicks are choosing to go against the grain and sticking out (in the best of ways). Here are our choices for best movie posters of 2014.

  • The Evolution of the Holiday Party

    The holiday party is the most sought after seasonal party of them all. In the office it’s an inhibitions to the wind, non judgmental, boozefest where good times hare had and sometimes habitual lines are crossed. At home it’s an eggnog and hot spiked apple cider induced party that includes plenty of *NSYNC Christmas music, ugly Christmas sweaters and again inhibitions to the wind. Don’t ya just love the holidays? This inforgraphic by ebay in collaboration with Column Five, shows the different drinks, music, fashion trends and food through the past six decades of holiday partying.

  • Routine Traffic Stops Turn into a Wonderful Holiday Surprise

    This holiday season the police department of Lowell, MI had a little surprise for the people of their city. After a routine stop the officer’s of the city would engage in a little holiday conversation and inquire about what family members wanted for the holiday season, the officer would repeat and a team waiting a nearby department store would purchase the items at hand, wrap them then send them over to the unknowing civilians. While the police department of Lowell doesn’t encourage minor traffic violations they did approach the holiday season showing the people of their town that they care brilliantly.

  • Shake Shack + Breakfast Sandwich = New Elated Reality

    Christmas, hanukkah, Kwanza and Festivus come early. How early? Between the hours of 7 AM to 10:30 AM on weekdays at the Grand Central Terminal Shake Shack. That’s right Shake Shack breakfast can now be had at it’s first Manhattan location, until today’s announcement the burger joint only a breakfast menu at it’s JFK Airport locations. The announcement makes complete sense for it’s Grand Central location which accounts for tens of thousands of daily foot traffic. The menu will have a sausage egg n’ cheese sandwich, an applewood-smoked bacon egg n’ cheese sandwich, and a simple egg n’ cheese sandwich. The meat versions will cost $4.75 while the meatless egg n’ cheese will cost $3.75 served on the usual potato rolls with American cheese. Shack Shack will also have hot drip and cold brew coffee, as well as hot breakfast teas. The full menu can be seen below.

  • 27 Of the Best Christmas Tree Ornaments You Can Buy Online

      This season spruce up your spruce with some of the best ornaments the internet’s ever seen. Who knew Hallmark was so badass? They’re responsible for half of the ornaments on this list, from Christmas Vacation to A Christmas Story to Back to the Future’s DeLorean, Hallmark isn’t screwing around with holiday season ornaments. These ain’tcha grandma’s Christmas decorations, this is the definitive list of Christmas tree ornaments to hang on your tree this year. Santaur, nuffsaid.   Christmas Vacation Squirrel Cousin Eddie Margot and Todd Yoda Santaur Horse Head Ralphie Leg Lamp You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out Krampus Mr. Hankey Cornelius “The Immaculate Reception” The DeLorean Peyton Jaws with Barrells Sloth Dr. Who Police Box Stewie Naked Peter Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Office Space Milton and His Stapler Darth Vader Peekbuster Dwight Shroot Bobblehead

  • This 3D Printed Crossguard Light Saber Can Be Yours Right Now

    Need a reason to buy a 3D printer? Here it is. A full directional tutorial to build your own crossguard lightsaber the ominous sith lord was wielding in a snowy forest in the latest Star Wars VII trailer  J.J. Abrams teased us with two weeks ago. Using the files provided by Le FabShop you can build your very own before they inevitably hit toy stores next year. You’ll be the most popular guy in the IT break room. Never again will you have to wait to get your computer fixed after visiting suspect websites at work. Never again will you have to be discouraged when the IT department snarls at you for not knowing how to defrag your company laptop. You’ll be the king of the nerds. Sith nerds. Customizable Crossguarded LightSaber from le FabShop on Vimeo.

  • President Obama Takes Over The Colbert Report

    Stephen Colbert is nearly done with The Colbert Report for good, taking a final leave for a desk job on CBS. Last night was the first of his last 10 shows and he began the final countdown by having President Obama on the show for an interview, but the Prez decided to come out early and read Colbert’s renowned segment, “The Word”, which Obama renamed “The Decree”. Obama joked “you’ve taken plenty of shots at my job, I’m going to take a shot at yours.” The segment circled around Obama-care, first knocking in Colbert-style, then lifting it back up while taking shots at Republicans on the matter, noting how if they wanted to destroy it they’d have to replace it, to where “The Decree” stated “Fracking the Elderly?”. The President then went on poking fun at the significant physical change he’s endured, no doubt because of stress, since he took office. The Colbert ReportGet More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,The Colbert Report on Facebook,Video Archive

 
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