Was THIS the most embarrassing moment for Trump at the MSNBC town hall?

This is pretty embarrassing for Donald Trump.

At the Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski hosted town hall,last night in South Carolina, Brezezinski read a quote about a candidate who:

“is considered a political outsider by all the pundits. He’s tapping into the anger of the voters. Delivers a populist message. He believes everyone in the country should have health care. He advocates for hedge fund managers to pay higher taxes. He’s drawing thousands of people at his rallies and bringing in a lot of new voters to the political process. And he’s not beholden to any Super PAC.

She then asked, “Who am I be describing?”

To everyone watching at home, the answer was obvious: Bernie Sanders (that was who she was talking about). Trump’s answer, however? “You’re describing Donald Trump.”


Apparently even The Donald can’t tell the difference between his own policies and Bernie Sanders.

You mean this look?

With a bonus facepalm in the background.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2016/02/18/was-this-the-most-embarrassing-moment-for-donald-trump-at-the-trumpsctownhall-hint-yes-video/

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‘WHITE PNEUMATIC POWER!’ ThinkProgress: Air is totes racist, you guys


It’s called ThinkProgress for a reason. They see things we couldn’t even begin to understand. Things like this:


No, really. It’s science!

study produced by the University of Minnesota concluded that race is a determining factor in who is most affected by air pollution. Specifically, non-white people breathe air that is substantially more polluted than the air that white people breathe.

According to Julian Marshall, who led the University’s research, race outweighed income in regards to who is most affected by poor air quality. When low-income white people were compared to high-income Hispanic people, the latter group experienced higher levels of nitrogen dioxide. Altogether, people of color in the U.S. breath air with 38 percent more nitrogen dioxide in it than their white counterparts, particularly due to power plants and exhaust from vehicles.

 Allllrighty, then.


I'd like to revise my previous statement…

This is officially the dumbest thing I've read all year.
twitter.com/JuddLegum/stat…— Matthew (@Matthops82) April 17, 2014

I'd like to revise my previous statement again…

This is officially the dumbest thing I've ever read.
twitter.com/JuddLegum/stat…— Matthew (@Matthops82) April 17, 2014

Dumb? Absolutely. But more importantly, it’s a gold mine for mockery:


But just in case it isn’t …


Sounds like a pretty good deal.




Quick! Is Harry Reid available for comment?


Anyone up for a brief musical interlude?


Good stuff.


Hey … that’s true!

Parting prediction:




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Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/04/17/white-pneumatic-power-thinkprogress-air-is-totes-racist-you-guys/

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This Look Inside A Russian Mental Asylum Will Chill You To The Bones.

There are few things creepier than a run-down mental asylum. A run-down mental asylum in a shady part of a foreign country? Yeah, that’s definitely creepier.

Earlier this week, Reddit user twoeazy posted a few photos from his stay in a mental asylum in his home country of Russia. Twoeazy says he was sent there after an interview with a psychiatrist prior to his mandatory military service. Here’s how he tells it: 

In Russia, we have compulsory recruitment. Every recruit must go through a course of doctors to check if he’s somehow ill. So, when I had an honest conversation with psychiatrist, he decided to send me to asylum for a whole month for a bunch of reasons.

Twoeazy said the asylum is broken up into three floors. The first floor is for people with severe mental health issues, the second and third floors were for people with milder conditions. If you were admitted to the third floor you were allowed to have a computer, cell phone, camera, and even musical instruments, he said.

Upon his admittance to the asylum twoeazy said he was initially sent to the second floor and slept in a hallway until space opened up on the third floor. Here is his bed in the hallway with a feline visitor.

Believe me, you don’t want to know what’s in this box.

Here are a couple of the paintings in one of the stairwells of the asylum.

According to twoeazy, no one could remember who painted these murals. He suspects that it was a patient.

This one is pretty amazing.

Another depressing hallway, this time during the day.

This is a picture of the bathroom during the day. It’s still nearly pitch black. This is why, said twoeazy, that they never turned off the light in there.

This is twoeazy’s roommate from the asylum. He said this picture was taken as his roommate announced that he was going out for a walk. Apparently he walked around the hospital for four hours after this was taken.

(Via: Reddit)

Staying in a mental ward must be a traumatic experience, no matter who you are. But if that asylum is in terrible condition? It’s even worse. I can’t believe what some people have to go through.

Read more: http://viralnova.com/russian-mental-asylum/

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Quarantined ‘hero’ Ebola aid worker planning to sue over her confinement


The latest news on Kaci Hickox, the nurse currently quarantined in New Jersey under new guidelines for those traveling to the United States after treating Ebola victims in Africa, will file a lawsuit challenging the legality of her confinement:

And as you might expect, there are strong opinions on both sides of the debate regarding this move:

And earlier on today, Ms. Hicox sent out pics of her “prison-like” accommodations as a guest of the state of New Jersey:

We must admit, New Jersey can have her in nicer digs than this, no?

But even before he lawyers can get a lawsuit filed, the White House is making noise that they are none too happy with the way Governors Cuomo and Christie acted on this quarantine without discussing it with the president or the CDC first:

And then there’s this news:

Uh-oh Governor Christie. Who knows what these two are getting ready to blame on you.


Full Twitchy coverage of Ebola here.



Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/26/report-quarantined-hero-ebola-aid-worker-planning-to-sue-over-her-confinement-de-blasio-cuomo-to-update-at-8pm/

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Colorado Obamacare exchange really, really doesn’t want your complaints


Probably just another “glitch” caused by unexpectedly high volume, huh?

If you want to browse the Connect for Health Colorado insurance marketplace, you have to create an account to find out what’s in it. Having trouble setting up an account? Just download a not-so-handy PDF complaint form and upload it using your (nonexistent) C4HCO account!


Got it? Easy peasy.


Stymied? You can also submit your complaint via snail mail. You can also try calling. Good luck with that:


Apparently the Web techs behind the Colorado marketplace do know how to code an online form: If you dig around the site a bit, you’ll find a contact form for “general questions about the new health insurance marketplace.” But how many people hit the PDF complaint form and just give up?

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/10/08/colorado-obamacare-exchange-really-really-doesnt-want-your-complaints/

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15 Bottomless Boozy Brunches In London

Start your day the right way.

Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed/ New Street Grill/ B&H Buildings

1. New Street Grill at Old Bengal Warehouse

New Street Grill

New Street Grill


Whether it’s a sausage, bacon and maple-syrup waffle, or a full English, add free-flowing prosecco to your order and settle in.

Price: From £12, plus an additional £15 per person for prosecco refills.

Nearest station: Liverpool Street

2. Forge and Co

Forge and Co


Pick up a veggie full English (above, left), or maybe some bubble & squeak, and wash it down with endless prosecco. Splendid.

Price: From £4 plus £10 for a glass of prosecco with refills.

Nearest station: Shoreditch High Street

3. Flesh and Buns

Flesh and Buns

Flesh and Buns


Fancy a feast? How about steamed Japanese buns with steak or pork belly? How about Korean friend wings and sushi? And dessert? And unlimited beer, wine or prosecco? Truly a marvel.

Price: £39/£46 per person, including: a cocktail on arrival; chips, dips, and edamame; unlimited hot and cold dishes; signature “flesh & buns”; unlimited prosecco or red or white wine; and dessert for the table.

Nearest station: Covent Garden

4. Bunga Bunga

Bunga Bunga


If you’re over a traditional brunch, branch out to Bunga Bunga. Antipasti, pizza, and unlimited Bellinis. Wow.

Price: £38 per person from 11.30am–1pm (£48 per person afterwards), including pastries, bread, antipasti, pizzas, pudding, and unlimited Bellinis.

Nearest station: Battersea Park

5. Lima Floral

Lima Floral


For a Peruvian twist on brunch (check out the sea-bream ceviche, above left), pop along to LIMA Floral. And bottomless prosecco is nice too.

Price: From £18 per person, plus £10 for prosecco refills.*

*Launches Saturday 21st February

Nearest station: Covent Garden

6. The Great Exhibition

The Great Exhibition

The Great Exhibition


Delicious and pocket-friendly. Grab eggs as you like them, and refresh yourself with bottomless Bloody Marys or mimosas.

Price: £20 per person for bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys, bottomless tea or coffee, bottomless toast, and a main.

Nearest station: East Dulwich

7. Karnavar


A bounty of delicious Indian food for brunch, plus unlimited Duval Leroy champagne and live music? Delightful.

Price: £25 per person (£45 per person including unlimited champagne) for unlimited items including dhokla, sambar vada, soup, roasts, and desserts.

Nearest station: South Croydon

8. Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings




Settle into a comfy armchair and chow down on an eggs Benny, washed down with unlimited Bellinis and Bloody Marys. Simply delightful.

Price: Food from £3.50, £15 per person for bottomless Bloody Marys, £16 for bottomless Bellinis.

Nearest station: Farringdon

9. The Gaslight Grill

Gaslight Grill

Gaslight Grill


Ditch the eggs and have an early roast. And to really put some spring in your step, there’s an unlimited DIY Bloody Mary bar (above right) featuring home-infused vodka, gin, tequila, and whiskey.

Price: Roasts from £10.50, and £20 for unlimited Bloody Marys.

Nearest station: Battersea Park

10. One Canada Square

One Canada Square


Whether it’s soft shell crab Benedict or ox cheek hash, what makes this boozy brunch stand out is the choice. Choose from endless raspberry Bellinis, Bloody Marys, prosecco, white wine, red wine, or rosé.

Price: Food from £7.50, and £15 for bottomless drinks.

Nearest station: Canary Wharf

11. Aqua Kyoto


This option is pricy, but the selection is amazing. Think luxury sushi and sashimi, yakitori, noodles, and mochi ice-cream, as well as unlimited house wine and beer.

Price: From £55 per person, including a cocktail on arrival, a wide range of dishes, and unlimited house wine and beer.

Nearest station: Oxford Circus

12. Avenue


Whether you fancy a burger or a pancake stack, add unlimited Bloody Marys or prosecco to get your Saturday on the right track.

Price: Food from £14.50, and £15 per person for unlimited prosecco or Bloody Marys.

Nearest station: Green Park

13. Villandry St James’s

Villandry St James’s

A slightly more expensive option, but with unlimited quality fizz (Frerejean Frères Champagne).

Price: £40 per person, including a range of brunch items, as well as a pastry, a cake platter, and unlimited coffee, orange juice, and champagne.

Nearest station: Charing Cross

14. W Hotel, Leicester Square

Tim Winter

W Hotel


The brunch menu is incredible (including a smoked haddock and salmon Scotch egg) and the unlimited drinks are 10/10 (including a Belvedere Bloody Mary and bottomless Tanqueray 10 Red Snapper).

FYI, we inquired and you are able to order the unlimited drinks menu on its own (just make sure to eat at home first!).

Price: Brunch from £25 per person, and brunch bevs £25 per person.

Nearest station: Leicester Square

15. Rita’s




It’s not unlimited, but Rita’s deserves a shout-out for its amazing value brunch combo, which includes a main, a Sriracha Bloody Mary or mimosa, and unlimited refill filter coffee.

Price:: £16 per person for a brunch combo.

Nearest station: London Fields

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/ailbhemalone/bottomless-boozy-lunches-in-london

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Vice President Joe Biden placed in charge of curing cancer

We don’t mean to harp on Guantanamo Bay (so much), but there are certain promises you just don’t make. You don’t pledge tomaintain the temperature of the globe like it entails turning the thermostat up or down a notch, and you don’t promise to cure cancer. Nevertheless, in Tuesday’s State of the Union address, President Obama likened curing cancer to landing a man on the moon.

Better yet, he put Vice President Joe Biden in charge of the effort.

Last year, Vice President Biden said that with a new moonshot, America can cure cancer. Last month, he worked with this Congress to give scientists at the National Institutes of Health the strongest resources theyve had in over a decade. Tonight, Im announcing a new national effort to get it done. And because hes gone to the mat for all of us, on so many issues over the past forty years, Im putting Joe in charge of Mission Control. For the loved ones weve all lost, for the family we can still save, lets make America the country that cures cancer once and for all.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2016/01/12/vice-president-joe-biden-placed-in-charge-of-curing-cancer/

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