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Mock Election Face-Off: Jon Stewart vs. Stephen Colbert

November 6, 2012 |

When a video clip of a toddler bawling her eyes out because she is tired of “Bronco Bama and Mitt Romney” becomes viral, it’s clear the rest of the country must be getting pretty tired of all the election hullabaloo as well. So let’s take a break from the two most talked about men for a second and focus on the two most watched; Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert.

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2012 Presidential Election Night Social Media Preview

November 5, 2012 |

Stay off of the internet on Tuesday. Don’t log on at all (unless it’s for On the day of the 2012 election, you know what the internet and social media sites are going to offer – a bunch of crap you really don’t want to deal with.

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News Week in Review – 10/22 – 10/29

October 30, 2012 |

Hurricane/Super-Storm Sandy Hits

If you’ve been watching the news at all in the last 48 hours, you’ve heard the news: New York and New Jersey are doomed. The “worst-case scenario” of perfect tide conditions and incredible amounts of rain finally brought super-storm Sandy to land, wrecking the coast with record-setting wind speeds, power outages, and flooding across the northeastern seaboard.

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Thoughts and Prayers Go Out to the Northeast

October 30, 2012 | would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to our family out on the east coast.  While many jokes have been made about Hurricane Sandy it is extremely dangerous … Read More

News Week in Review- 10/15-10/21

October 21, 2012 |

Binders Full of Women

With a new, increasingly plugged-in generation coming of voting age, this election is arguably the first where social media has played a substantial role in the race. While most voters were simply happy that Tuesday night’s Presidential Debate was actually watchable, the internet took particular delight in some of the candidates’ more colorful slips of the tongue. Case in point: within minutes of Mitt Romney’s now infamous “binders full of women” comment, there were new Facebook pages, Tumblrs, and several Twitter hashtags and handles poking fun at the gaffe. Read More

News in Review | Apple Maps, Florida Voter Fraud, Puppies for Productivity

September 30, 2012 |

If You Haven’t Updated Your iPhone Yet… Maybe Don’t

What Apple was calling the ‘Most Powerful Mapping Service Ever’ has proven to be one of its biggest gaffs to date. The company rolled out a new Maps app as part of the iOS6 system update this week. The new app, however, reportedly contains many geographical errors and doesn’t include public transportation options in routing.
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News Week(s) in Review: September 10-22

September 23, 2012 |

In my last Pop-Culture review, I wrote that we live in trying times. Perhaps that was a bit premature, because in the weeks since, the world’s gone a bit crazier than normal.

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News Week in Review | Election Update, Pakistani Girl Released, Otters Save the World

September 9, 2012 |

Republican and Democratic Tickets Officially Set

Last week, Romney received the Republican presidential nomination. This week it was Obama’s turn at the DNC. No big surprise that the POTUS accepted his nomination for a second term. But it happened. And Bill Clinton came out in support of Obama with a crowd-pleaser of a speech.

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New Belgium Tour De Fat 2012 – Fort Collins

September 7, 2012 |

On a sunny summer Saturday, it’s only 8am and the mercury is already over 80 degrees; today is going to be a hot one. I dug into the bowels of my closet to find whatever mismatch of clothing and/or flair I could get my hands on, grabbed a backpack full of water, sunscreen, and PBR and hopped on my bike. This, my friends, is the beginning ritual for thousands of beer enthused, fun lovers all around the country when New Belgium Brewery’s Tour De Fat rolls into town. Read More

News Week in Review | Ryan, Assange, Heroin and a Dog

August 19, 2012 |

Paul Ryan named Romney Running Mate

Paul Ryan brings a youthfulness to the Romney campaign. Beyond that, Ryan’s entrance into the presidential race has created additional polarity—on both fiscal and social issues—in an already nasty race. There have been accusations flying back and forth across the political board, but for now, let’s focus on where this VP-hopeful sits on a couple of the issues.
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News Week in Review

August 6, 2012 |

It’s been hard to pay attention to anything that doesn’t involve a gold medal with the 2012 Olympic Games going on. But we did our best. Here’s what’s been going … Read More

Virginia Opens It’s Taps to Craft Beer

July 31, 2012 |

The state of Virginia has finally joined the tap room movement. Recently passed Senate Bill 604 now allows draft beer to be served in breweries without the requirement of an … Read More

News | What’s Going on Besides the Olympics?

July 29, 2012 |

With all eyes on the international arena, Voldemort, Mary Poppins and new world records being set, it didn’t seem like there was a whole lot else going on this week. … Read More

Pop Culture Week In Review

July 28, 2012 |

A lot has happened this week! Scandals abound, there are some movies to keep an eye on, and my hope in humanity was restored. Here’s what you might’ve missed this … Read More

News: Week in Review

July 22, 2012 |

Zimmerman Interviews with Sean Hannity

On Wednesday, douchebag hack newsman Sean Hannity scored the first interview with George Zimmerman. During the interview, Zimmerman, in a moment that exposed himself as … Read More

Our Thoughts and Prayers Go Out to Aurora

July 20, 2012 |

PorchDrinking extends our thoughts and prayers to those affected by the Aurora shooting. As many of you know many of our staff are based in Denver and we were … Read More

Virginia is for Beer Lovers

July 16, 2012 |

Virginia may be the home of Monticello and the Pentagon, but it’s also home to some weird laws. Oddly, a man was allowed to beat his wife on the Stafford … Read More

Pop Culture Week in Review

July 9, 2012 |

As a general rule, I do not blog about the personal lives of celebrities- the weddings, the divorces, the babies, other general tabloid fodder.  But a lot of shit has … Read More

News: Week in Review

July 1, 2012 |

Mississippians finally get to drink decent beer

At long last, our beer-imbibing brethren in Mississippi will be able to legally sip on glasses of Chimay Blue, Delirium Tremens, and Pliny … Read More

Launch Day Night Cap

June 26, 2012 |

Exactly two months ago today I purchased the domain name  Now, after two unbelievable month we’ve had an unbelievable day. A huge thanks to all of our viewers for making that … Read More