GIF’d Joe: Regardless of where you come down on the gentlemanliness on display during last night’s vice presidential debate, these GIFs of Biden’s reactions are, well, laughable. [The Guardian]

Great Moments in Irony: It’s kind of like how Cheers was last in ratings its first season and Michael Jordan was cut as a sophomore: John Gurdon, who won the Nobel Prize for physiology on medicine, was mocked in his high school report card for wanting to become a scientist. Here’s the excerpt. [Boing Boing]

Coffee, Irregular: We weren’t necessarily jonesing for new cups of joe, but Cool Material’s list of “13 Coffees You Never Knew Existed” is surprisingly, you know, [Cool Material]

Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can Lose: Friday Night Lights creator Peter Berg sent the Romney campaign a cease-and-desist letter for using his series’ famous catch phrase, stating, “Your politics and campaign are clearly not aligned with the themes we portrayed in our series.” [Vulture]

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