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At the End of the Day: Creep, Mic Drops, Buckaroo and Baby Got Back

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A reputed mob boss has been “stripped of all his mobster rights and responsibilities” because of his role on the VH1 reality show Mob Wives (Gangland News)

The far-reaching cultural influence of “The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai” (The Geek Twins)

Andre the Giant, of wrestling and “The Princess Bride” fame, died 20 years ago this week (Walls of Jeroholic)

A montage of the worst-ever moments of anti-Hollywood and anti-videogame Congressional grandstanding, featuring a large amount of Joseph Lieberman (Reason TV)

Where the mic drop gesture came from (Slate)

The controversy over Glee‘s plagiarism of one man’s “Baby Got Back” arrangement (Wired)

Lance Armstrong’s Oprah interview, remixed to the tune of Radiohead’s “Creep” (Deadspin)

Fox News personalities and their resemblances to Kids in the Hall drag characters (Uproxx)

A parody of holier-than-thou pundit Glenn Greenwald- who attacked “Zero Dark Thirty” before he saw it- reviewing the season’s films (Something Awful)

Middle East analyst Michael J. Totten- who has seen “Zero Dark Thirty”- reviews it (World Affairs Journal)

A graph of songwriting credits on Pink Floyd albums (Flip Flop Flyin’)

Kenny G vs. Prince, and other lame musician feuds (Uproxx)

J. Hoberman on the greatness of “Modern Seinfeld” (Arts Info)

Possible future topics for the worst sports show ever, ESPN’s First Take (SB Nation)

On the “long-lost ending” of “The Shining” (Filmdrunk)

And finally, an Arnold Schwarzenegger moment (YTMND)

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