It’s the middle of the week which means it’s time for some more links. After yesterday’s Swimsuit Issue post, it’s only appropriate that I lead off with Canadian actress Jessica Pare. I figured I should mix things up.
CNBC sports business reporter was in Indianapolis for the Super Bowl. He also demonstrated his inexplicably large ego and poor judgement when he blasted the Playboy Playmates at Playboy’s party on Twitter. Then everyone fought back. (The Big Lead)
And if you think Rovell is bad at the Playboy Party, you should see him at the dry cleaner. (Food Court Lunch)
Also of note from the Super Bowl is MIA inexplicably flipping off the camera. But just how did the middle finger become such a profane gesture. (BBC)
After the jump, football’s new power couple, Apple’s not-so-private security force and Kimmel’s Super Bowl experiment.
Tom and Gisele are about to be old news in the world of football power couples. The latest rumour is Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews. (The Daily)
Do you think the best TV geeks are the gang from Big Bang Theory? Well, you’re wrong. The best geeks on TV are Troy and Abed (IN THE MORNING!) from Community. (Unreality)
Speaking of NBC shows, Ron Swanson has an epic new t-shirt. Somebody has to make that into a book. (UPROXX)
Single-serve coffee machines might sound convenient but they’ll cost you an arm and a leg. (New York Times)
If you stumble across an iPhone 5 lost in the field, be warned that their security and the cops will lay their vengeance upon thee. (SF Weekly)
The Yellow Pages are a bit of a dying relic of yesteryear. They just haven’t aged well since the internet was invented. That’s why someone left a note for the Yellow Pages folks on an unclaimed pile of books. (Gizmodo)
If I still gave out Valentine’s Day cards, I would totally give out some of these geeky cards. (Gamma Squad)
And to mix things up, here’s the 20 most beautiful bookstores in the world. (Flavorwire)
Donald Glover wants you to help save Community.
Jimmy Kimmel had some fun with people watching the Super Bowl. He had people unplug the TV at a critical point of the game and film the results.
They’re no Jeffster but these North Korean accordion players try their hand at playing a-ha’s Take On Me.