Sunday Link-Off: The Big Prize

jennifer-garner-vanityfair16-02Did you come here looking for Oscars coverage? Well, here’s Magary’s annual Hater’s Guide to the Oscars. The most of the rest of this post will be about politics. After all, when you have people battling it out to be the leader of the free world (that isn’t Angela Merkel), it’s kind of the fight for the real big prize.

Anyway, it’s Sunday which means that it’s time for the links. Let’s kick things off with Jennifer Garner.

Who ordered Flint to switch to water from the Flint River? It doesn’t look like Flint City Council did. (M Live)

Here’s the first I’ve heard of this frighteningly apt comparison. Donald Trump is quite a bit like former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. (Quartz)

About 38% of Florida voters think that Ted Cruz could be the Zodiac Killer. I give up on this election… And the electorate. (UPI)

Univision is both the new owner of The Onion and a top donor to Hilary Clinton. People are already finding a conflict there. (True Activist)

And the slightly more legitimate press is also talking Hilary. Specifically, they’re asking what she’s been saying at all these high-priced speaking engagements of hers. (New York Times)

Also regarding Hilary, Washington Monthly wants an end to superdelegates. (Washington Monthly)

Canadian problems: LED traffic lights don’t melt the snow off of them. (CBC News)

Business Insider went to visit Apple’s Irish headquarters. It didn’t go well and neither did the visit. (Business Insider)

The one good thing to come out of BI’s trip to Ireland was Gawker’s visit to BI’s New York HQ. (Gawker)

Ever wonder how the porn industry gets their sets? They use AirBNB. (NBC LA)

Here’s how John Oliver describes your country.

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