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Bob Costas’ new favorite band

A supercut of Bob Costas repeatedly saying “Pussy Riot” on the NBC Olympic coverage (Mike Sham Youtube)

 Another supercut of Bob Costas repeatedly saying “Pussy Riot” on the NBC Olympic coverage (Deadspin)

Speaking of Pussy Riot… two members have broken off from the rest of the group. That’s what happens when you get Yoko Ono to informally advise you (My Socialist)

There are many jokes from “Blazing Saddles” that wouldn’t fly today, but the “authentic frontier gibberish” scene holds up as a salient critique of 21st century U.S. politics (Filmdrunk)

An introduction to Gonzo Netflix- movies that don’t exist but should (The Toast)

A great story about how Philadelphia Weekly ran a cover story about a local musician based on his 200,000 Twitter followers- most of which were almost certainly obtained fraudulently (Philadelphia City Paper)

Four-minute The Walking Dead (What’s Trending)

 The Harvard Business Review on what storytellers can learn from professional wrestling (HBR.org)

In awesome casting news: Jeff Tweedy will visit Parks & Recreation (EW)

 If classic movies were shot vertically on smartphones (YouTube)

I didn’t realize the ukulele was under attack, but here’s a defense of it (Vulture)

 After “American Hustle,” a consideration of the Jewish Swindler in American culture (Forward)

A whole lot of “viral photos” from Sochi are not legitimate (Gizmodo)

The owner of the club that stood in for the Bada Bing on The Sopranos has turned states evidence on the real-life mob (New York Daily News)

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