Video: Not Only Was President Obama Checking Out That Girl’s Ass…


…I’m also pretty sure the video shows him mouthing the word, “Damn!”  This would make the President exponentially more restrained than me, as I said, “Da-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-amn!!!”

Does it suck that the girl in the picture turns out to be 16 year-old Mayara Tavares?  Mildly.  If he had carded her first, then checked her out, I might tut a little.  Hot Air has the right attitude here:

GMA analyzed the tape as if it were a Zapruder film of bootyliciousness and concluded that the video clearly shows Obama wasn’t checking out the girl’s butt (they also don’t think he’s a socialist, so take that for what it’s worth) — however, the experienced male glancer will tell you that you always have a “plan B” in case you’re caught looking and need to make it like you were focusing on something else, so who knows.

What I find really hilarious is that Jake Tapper has been taking crap from both sides for leaving open the possibility that the President either a. Didn’t see her, or b. is, in fact, a dude.

Jake’s right, anything’s possible. Guilty or innocent, though, I’m betting Michelle gives him an elbow to the ribs at some point over this.

Google’s Evil Plot to Rule the World, Stage 4

alex01thumbI knew this day would come.

My friends and I were hanging around, talking about nothing, when we decided that one day, Google would release an operating system. It would be fast, it would be open-source, and it would most likely be free. “Yeah, but when?” “I don’t know. A couple years from now, maybe.”

Well, strike up the band, folks, we have a winner. Google has decided to release a new operating system that is “open source, lightweight […] will initially be targeted at netbooks. Later this year we will open-source its code, and netbooks running Google Chrome OS will be available for consumers in the second half of 2010.”

I went to grab the Google header, I got a special Happy Birthday, Nikola Tesla! header instead. Ominous.

I went to grab the Google header, I got a special "Happy Birthday, Nikola Tesla!" header instead. Ominous.

It’s the fourth sign, guys. First they came for the search engines, and I did not speak up, because I was not particularly attached to Altavista and Google Search was so much better. Then they came for the email, and I did not speak up, because frankly my Yahoo! mail was overcrowded and I needed to start over. Then they came for the browsers, and I did not speak up, because Chrome wouldn’t run on my machine. (Subsequently fixed — hey, guess which browser I’m writing this from?) Then they came for the OS…and, well, you can see where this is going. If it comes out and I’m still battling XP on this machine, I will quite likely back it all up and try this new beast of Chrome. It even sounds ominous. “Chrome”. Like “Project Titan”.

I, for one, welcome our new Chrome-based overlords.