It’s a very et geekera week around here on the blog this week. Yesterday was the Fine Bros React World story and tomorrow will be the follow-up. The story is on etg today in case you wanted to click over there. Friday, I’ll have a game review up on the blog. Not sure which review will be up since there are three on etg that haven’t been posted here yet but I’m thinking the most recent of the three is going up this week.
Anyway, it’s Wednesday which means you aren’t here for me to do a planning meeting. You’re here for the links. Let’s kick things off with the Modern Family duo of Sarah Hyland and Ariel Winter.
Bernie Sanders made history on Monday night by becoming the first non-Christian to win a delegate in a Presidential primary. Not too bad but maybe he can do just a little better. (Mic)
In near records, Bernie’s near-draw with Hilary came off the back of the 18-29 vote which he won by 70%. (Washington Post)
It’s not just Flint that has lead in the water. Many other cities in Michigan have lead in the water too. (Detroit News)
Canada is pushing hard to rid itself of first-past-the-post elections. (CBC News)
Thirty years later, one of the engineers of the Challenger space shuttle still blames himself for not being able to stop the launch. (NPR)
Megyn Kelly’s battles at Fox News aren’t limited to Donald Trump. There’s a rivalry between she and Bill O’Reilly. (CNN)
Here’s something I should have tried ages ago: Uninstalling the Facebook app from your Android phone saves a shit tonne of battery and processing power. (The Guardian)
Pro wrestling also-ran TNA has a gimmick called “Feast or Fired” which is an on-a-pole match. Pull the right briefcase down and get a title shot. Pull down the wrong one and get fired. But TNA didn’t treat it as a gimmick. They tried to use it as legitimate grounds to terminate contracts. (Cageside Seats)
Last week on Raw, Flo Rida had a rap battle with jobber Bo Dallas. Flo did the job for Bo according to XXL. (XXL)
I think I’ve mentioned before that I’m a DDP Yoga practitioner. Well, DDP has some moves adapted for office life that you can do on the job.