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Crikey! President Obama gets crocodile insurance | http://t.co/Owt0twFP (via @TIMENewsFeed)Thu Nov 17 22:00:32 via HootSuite


Is Obama the first president to have crocodile insurance and a partial ownership stake in the Green Bay Packers? We believe he is. John Tyler's policy famously only covered alligators and Gila monsters, which left him unprotected during the Great Crocodile Panic of 1842.

Is your spouse dangerous? http://t.co/oN2G4BfVThu Nov 17 23:40:02 via TweetDeck


Give The Huffington Post credit for asking what everyone who saw Sleeping With the Enemy in 1991 was thinking. Then they got preoccupied with the presidential prospects of Mario Cuomo and forgot to follow up on it.

Is Ann Taylor Garanimals for grown-ups? http://t.co/CNPCz1pUThu Nov 17 18:59:50 via SocialFlow


This is prime Ann Taylor-bashing from The Washington Post. They're going to take down that store and their sensibly-priced cardigans the same way they took down Nixon.

Why are there so many female spies on television? http://t.co/0rmmq2cbThu Nov 17 23:58:46 via SocialFlow


More confounding: why are there so many shows about psychic female detectives? They're bigger now than forensic experts were in 2004.

He's not out of office, he's just in Australia. The guy in Memento knows this and wonders why you keep talking about the guy running for Senate against Alan Keyes.

Know who just got to the #wiredstore? Sir Ben Kingsley, that's who. # hesaKNIGHTFri Nov 18 00:15:41 via Twitter for Android


To us (and Christopher Moltisanti), he'll always be Sir Ben, too.