City Desk

Our Morning Roundup

- As Obama clinches the nomination, Slate catches up on the Biden ring tones. They've got "articulate and bright and clean" as well as the old favorite, "You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent."

- Sick of the 'ol convention twitter feed? Brightest Young Things is still live-blogging Project Runway.

- Behold: The Secret History of Pop Cesspool, Volume Eight. This time, P.C. engages in some mid-80's clandestine pool jukeboxing.

- All Our Noise give us a back-to-school playlist inspired by Buffy.

- The Post's Laura Yao critiques "The Re-Education of Women," a new "guide to men" written by area man Dante Moore. "Maybe feminism is dead," writes Yao, who fits in a number of funny Moore anecdotes before the kicker: "And so it is that in this messed-up world where relationships between men and women are plagued by misunderstandings, we are all to take lessons from a man who says his best decision as a teenager was to stop treating women well."

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  • Stating the Obvious

    "...we are all to take lessons from a man who says his best decision as a teenager was to stop treating women well."

    And whether women like it or not, he's right (at least when it comes to getting snagging a woman).

  • http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/citydesk/author/tscheinman/ Ted Scheinman

    Roosh, is that you?

    Time to get snaggin'!

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