Here are links to a few of the fun and interesting things you might have missed on my blog this week.
Cities across America took steps to end Occupy camps this week. Some felt this was bad for the movement, but I argued that it may be time to euthanize the encampments and force Occupy into its next phase. Speaking of taking action against corporate greed, I asked that we all boycott the manufactured "events" announced by retail giants like Target and Toys-R-Us, who plan to start black Friday sales at midnight or earlier on Thanksgiving night, screwing tens of thousands of retailers out of quality time with their families on Thanksgiving.
It was not the best week for Herman Cain, whose only remaining shreds of credibility were destroyed this week by a video of his answer to a question about Libya. On the sexual harassment front, Cain's wife predictably but unhelpfully stood by her man. Lastly, in light of the news that Cain will now have official Secret Service protection, we published a humorous list of the top ten things Cain wishes the Secret Service would offer him (but won't).
We covered a multitude of sports this week on the blog. Roger Federer is in top form for the final week of the tennis season, while the NBA season is postponed again - and no one cares. In professional soccer, midfielder David Testo came out of the closet this week, and I came out in defense of Broncos QB Tim Tebow.
Emma Stone hosted Saturday Night Live this week and the video of the group cry-along to Adele's Someone Like You is hilarious.
As always thanks for reading.