Arianna Huffington Provides Free 'Sanity Bus' to D.C. Rally

New York residents wanting to make the sojourn to our nation's capital for Jon Stewart's "Rally to Restore Sanity" might not even have to pay for their bus ticket. Last night on the "The Daily Show," Arianna Huffington offered a free bus ride from the Soho district of New York to Washington, D.C. The rally, scheduled for Oct. 30, is expected to attract more than 170,000 people. Planning to...

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The 5 Most Glaring Omissions from Maxim's Hot 100

Maxim's Hot 100 List dropped today, with Katy "I Kissed a Girl" Perry landing in the top spot, knocking off last year's #1, and everyone's favorite TV show bisexual, Olivia Wilde, who fell to #20. There were some notable exceptions on this year's list, with the precipitous fall of Lindsay Lohan affecting not just her movie offers, but her hot-girl barometer, as she failed to crack the top 100...

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Follow Ferris Bueller's Day Off on Twitter

"Ferris Bueller's Day Off" is a masterpiece of '80s cinema, as the young, enterprising Ferris fulfills the dream we all had as high school students: to skip school and jet off into the city for adventures with our girl and best friend. Well, this past Friday, Ferris took the day off again and told us about it on Twitter. At 8:58 a.m. on the morning of May 7, @Ferris_Bueller_ tweeted: "Really...

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Metered Recommendation -- A Cab Driver Suggests Indian Food and a Nudie Bar

In our latest installment of Metered Recommendation, our driver Badshaa Khan seemed a bit reserved, but it was just a front. He gracefully told us where to find cheap, spicy food and then informed us where we could blow that saved money on delicacies of the flesh. Keep reading for Badshaa's gluttonous and lusty suggestions. ...

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Victim of Duke Player's Twitter Prank Speaks Out

The Duke Blue Devils won the national championship last week, and starting shooting guard Jon Scheyer was a huge part of their win. The senior dropped 15 points on the way to victory. The day after the game, he took to his Twitter page and posted what appeared to be his phone number, with the message "Hollerrrr at me." Of course, we called the number. We couldn't get through, but it soon...

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Metered Recommendation -- A Cab Driver Tells You Where to Eat

In the latest installment of Metered Recommendations, we hear from camera-shy Mohammed, who first tried to dissuade us from seeking advice from cab drivers because "the restaurants they go to aren't what the average Irish-American girl wants." So if you're an Irish-American girl, head on over to TGIFriday's. (We hear their potato skins are super-authentic.) But if you want to know Mohammed's...

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Asylum Salutes the New King of 'Kong'

The 2007 documentary "The King of Kong" famously depicts the struggles faced by Washington resident Steve Wiebe to overcome swaggering classic-gaming legend Billy Mitchell for the all-time highest score on the 1981 Nintendo fave Donkey Kong. But recently, Hank Chien, an unheralded newcomer to the classic-gaming community, snuck up on both of them and set a new Donkey Kong world-record,...

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We Get to Third With Babes Love Baseball Blogger

As pitchers and catchers are reporting to spring training, so are baseball Web sites awakening from their winter slumbers. We noticed Babes Love Baseball when several (male and female) friends started following the site on Facebook. Intrigued by the combination of babes and America's pastime, we reached out to the site's founder Suzanne Solheim, or Sooze to her readers. So what made this...

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Face It -- Peyton Manning Just Doesn't Win

It seems there was a little something called the Super Bowl this past Sunday, and it featured the Indianapolis Colts vs. the New Orleans Saints. Before this Super Bowl turned into a Who Dat getting crunked bacchanal on Bourbon Street, a lot of people thought the Colts would destroy the Saints because they had Peyton Manning. In fact, Peyton Manning elicited such glowing, giddy, and hyperbolic...

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Olympic Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili Dies In Olympic Training

Olympic tragedy struck today when Olympic Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili of the former Soviet republic of Georgia, flew off the track at the Whistler Sliding Centre and slammed into a metal girder, dying of his injuries only hours before the opening ceremonies. IOC President Jacques Rogge said of the tragedy occurring so close to the start of this years Winter Olympics, "it clearly casts a shadow...

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