The Onion reports that it is indeed only Tuesday, but together we'll get through this. Here's what's happening on the interweb...
According to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll, 64 percent of Americans favor requiring welfare recipients to submit to random drug testing -- a measure pushed by Republican lawmakers in recent years -- while 18 percent oppose it. But an even stronger majority said they're in favor of random drug testing for members of Congress, by a 78 percent to 7 percent margin. Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi went on record opposing the idea, asking, “Why are you all trying to harsh my mellow?”
According to the latest results of a comprehensive set of international exams released Tuesday, America's teens have remained mid-pack among their peers worldwide and utterly stagnant in reading, math and science over the last 10 years. Right in that meaty part of the curve; not showing off, not falling behind. We're the Steven Koren of countries.
Joe Jonas, previously 1/3 of a band that I had forgotten ruled the pre-teen landscape for a brief time, opened up to New York Magazine about the life of a child star, how much control Disney really has, and where he’s at now. I can’t tell you how comically refreshing it is to hear someone at the ripe age of 24 say that they feel like they have it all figured out. Enjoy your quarter-life crisis, kid.
Thus proving just how advanced the iPad is and how much time someone named Kyle Lambert had on his hands.