GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! Girl, I’m here for you. All those times at night when you just hurt me, and run out with that other fella? Baby, I knew about it, I just didn’t care. LET'S GO TO PRESS!

Brit PM David Cameron defends hiring a former tabloid editor in a rowdy, loud address before Parliament. All together now... HAAAARUMMPH!!

Okay, now Pakistan is REALLY starting to piss me off! Apparently they've been spending $4 million to turn America against India's control of Kashmir—even paying off congressmen and presidential candidates.

A new plan from the "Gang of Six" (unrelated to the far superior "Gang of Four") renews White House hopes of a bipartisan deal that can reduce the deficit.

Feds get tough on school bullying investigating a Minneapolis school district which reported SEVEN student suicides in less than two years.

A producer for the gameshow-in-a-taxi TV program Cash Cab kind of ran over an elderly pedestrian. Oops.

A reporter is roughed up by Michelle Bachmann's security... and insulted by Marcus Bachmann for wearing shoes that didn't match his belt.

Michelle Bachmann disputes that her debilitating migraines will in any way effect her performance as President—other than giving everyone in the country debilitating migraines.

Now here's what's going on in your neck of the woods: Decreasing showers with highs in the low 70s, and a kick ass weekend ahead!

And finally, if the South Korean "Bubble Pop" video that I posted the other day got irretrievably stuck in your head... then get a load of this insanely cute/creepy Japanese gem! Ladies and gentlemen, "Pon Pon Pon"!