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At the End of the Day: Best Critics Ever, Goatwhore, Mandela and Honey Boo Boo

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Also not on the “Best Critics of All Time” list

A ranking of the best movie critics of all time (Complex.com)

Not on the above list? Rex Reed, who judging by this horrifying review of “Identity Thief,” really needs to retire (New York Observer)

“Goatwhore,” and other bands banned from the radio because of their names (Uproxx)

The many appearances in movies and TV of the Paddy’s Pub exterior from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Warming Glow)

How The Office‘s ending is starting to resemble that of Friday Night Lights (Vulture)

It appears the House of Cards experiment is working: About a third of those who watched the first episode on Netflix have already watched all 13 (Variety)

A look at the more-popular-than-ever The Soup (The Daily Beast)

If you weren’t satisfied with Todd Haynes’ “Velvet Goldmine,” there’s going to be an Iggy Pop/David Bowie biopic (Vulture)

The cradle of the best and the worst: Nelson Mandela is reportedly a big fan of Toddlers & Tiaras (Guardian)

The five worst pro wrestling autobiographies (Mariano Saves)

An appreciative look back at It’s Garry Shandling’s Show (Splitsider)

An aide to a member of Congress was fired after he accidentally tweeted “me likely 2 Broke Girls,” from the Congressman’s official Twitter account, following the airing of the CBS sitcom’s sexy Super Bowl commercial (Slate)

There’s even campaigning and politicking about who gets on the Academy Awards’ death montage (New York Times)

The Geico Gecko has written a book (Workman Books)

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