Soy is making kids 'gay', from World Net Daily, courtesy of Edward. As Mo Rocca said about this story on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! "Eating tofu with your boyfriend does make you gay."

Weight Watchers recipe cards from 1974, from Candyboots, courtesy of Rachel.


Cyclocross Is Colorful. Mud-Colored, That Is., from The New York Times, courtesy of Brad E. and Eric S.


Dire Predictions and Disastrous Votes: Election Ads, from NPR. A funny story on voiceover artists who work on political ads.

Can't Resist, a send-up of those ads on Andrew Sullivan's blog, courtesy of Alison.


One Hairy Lip, a Mix of Messages, from The New York Times, courtesy of Mark A, who writes: "This could be the best article I've read in the NY Times, ever."

Because all the half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf-herders were sold out, from Dooce.


A Secret Society, Spilling a Few Secrets, from The New York Times.

Sisterly love a complex knot, from USA Today, courtesy of Robin.


Cats with jobs, from Stuff On My Cat.

Catching up with the Vuelta, from Fat Cyclist.



The Sequel?, from the Panopticon.


This is one of my favorite cat photos ever. The expression is the best. Very Matrix-y. Congratulations, Bendi, from Stuff On My Cat.

You're On Notice! The Stephen Colbert "On Notice Board" Generator. Ed made one that included "Fat Angry Masters" and "Robbie McEwen."

Colbert and the Ten Commandments, a video courtesy of my very cool boss.

HGTV Room Planner.

Condoleezza Rice Holds Bathtime Talks With Undersea Representatives, from The Onion.

Coming Never to a Theater Near You: An unusually moronic movie trivia slide show, from Slate.

A/C D.C.: The deluded world of air conditioning, from Slate.



Glamour kitty, from Stuff On My Cat.




Womb environment 'makes men gay', from BBC News, courtesy of Ed.

When Did We Go Back to Seventh Grade?, from KerryLitka.com, about the latest doping scandal.



Rehabilitation, from Alpha Mom, about the Dog Whisperer.


Lance Armstrong's commencement address at Tufts. Lance Armstrong in a Tufts cycling jersey. Mark A said that he got approached several times for his autograph due to his passing resemblance to Lance.


Jake Gyllenhaal Loves to Bicycle, from the Superficial, courtesy of Kerry.


Knitters save endangered penguins' lives, from the Sydney Morning Herald. Photo here.



Adopted Chinese Children, from WBUR's On Point, courtesy of Whit.

'West Wing' Writers' Novel Way of Picking the President, from The New York Times.

Pro-Life Nation, from The New York Times Magazine.

Young Officers Leaving Army at a High Rate, from The New York Times.

It's Passover, Lighten Up, from The New York Times.

The Two-Minute Haggadah: A Passover service for the impatient, from Slate.


Legally Speaking - with Bob Mionske: Doored v. Nailed, from VeloNews. What are the driving laws in my state?, from Insurance Information Institute, courtesy of Edward. His frightening conclusion: "MA is no-fault, so you really shouldn't ride a bike without auto insurance (!)"





Broke Mac Mountain, from Mighty McPilgrim, courtesy of Alison.

Making Varsity, With a Ball That Has Holes in It, from The New York Times.

2 Web Sites Push Further Into Services Real Estate Agents Offer, from The New York Times.


Tinkerbelle rocking a tiara and clearly loving it, from Stuff on My Cat.

Yale to make a clean break from tradition, from The Boston Globe. Yale undergrads: the great unwashed.

For Surfers, All Waves Lead to Hawaii, from The New York Times. The article features a quote from Tamara's sister and the use of the word "howlie." Can they not afford fact-checkers at the NYT?

'Zero experience', from the Register-Guard (Eugene, OR), courtesy of Josh.



Starbucks Economics: Solving the mystery of the elusive "short" cappuccino, from Slate, courtesy of Brad.

'Times' for a Camper Van Beethoven Reunion, from NPR.

Letterman vs. O'Reilly, from Salon, courtesy of Rachel. Watch ad for free pass.

NY group helps ex-haredim adjust to secular life, from the Jerusalem Post, courtesy of Rachel.

Project for the Old American Century, courtesy of Mark A.