Lots of links this Monday, now 100% Borat
* How a cognitive neuroscientist outsmarted Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
* Rejected America's Funniest Home Videos Submissions, as Logged by Junior Production Assistant Intern Kenneth Polk.
AFV956382: Man at office birthday party punches co-worker in arm, but really hard, so co-worker looks like he's about to cry. A mood of quiet and intense discomfort descends upon the room.
AFV377745: During elderly uncle's tribute speech at wedding, dentures eject from his mouth, trailing a glistening string of saliva at just the perfect arc so as to impress upon the viewer the terrors of old age and life's crushing vanity.
AFV444871: Infant's eerily steady, unblinking gaze suggests forbidden knowledge of the ancients.
* liberaldocumentaries.google.com: You can see The Power of Nightmares
at Google Video, and you should. Via MeFi
.Part 1Part 2Part 3
* The Washington Post
reviews a history of the book of Revelation
and, implausibly, an Immanuel-Kant-themed murder mystery called Critique of Criminal Reason
profiles the atheist menace
* And in "This Modern World," Republicans explain what went wrong