The Madagascar Moon Moth and the biblioteca miscreant of Racine.

WELL THAT'S NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS: (source)

ART IMITATES LIFE? At first we were all like, "this is offensive." Then we were more conflicted. What are they actually changing with this? What's the impact on the people in need?

BEST. BRACKET. EVER: Minge? Really? Thanks to my pals over here for the tip.

D'OH! Don't have a cow, man.

ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DAY: Uh, congratulations?

TASTE THE RAINBOW:

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The Banksy-est non Banksy street art ever. It's this guy.

IT'S NOT JUST THE LONE STAR STATE: Vermonters want out too.

WELL THIS IS SOMETHING: More of this please.

PUTIN ON THE HITZ: Do not mess with Vladimir.

DETERRENCE OF THE DAY?

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AND BOOM GOES THE DYNAMITE: And by dynamite, we mean propane. All because someone just had to have that hot dog. Also, Wal-Mart.

OH THAT'S NASTY: Also, super inconvenient. That cold sore is not only embarrassing...

DEBATE OF THE DAY: To what extent is a company expected to go in terms of money and resources to accommodate the demands of this legislation? At what point do we as a society decide that there is only so much that can be done in the name of accessibility for the disabled? This is not a rhetorical question.

LEPIDOPTERA OF THE DAY: The Madagascar Moon Moth. Lovely.

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