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- Jon Hamm emerges from the "handsome bubble" to share his number one rule of comedy: "Just do anything Tina Fey says."
- The L.A. Times has a fascinating look at how a group of antifascists infiltrated and took down a band of Nazis in 1930s Los Angeles.
- Sure seems like Vice President Mike Pence attended a football game for the sole purpose of storming out indignantly. (He then managed to tweet a photo from the wrong game).
- Meanwhile, former Trump supporter and GOP Senator Bob Corker mused on Twitter this morning, "It's a shame the White House has become an adult day care center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning."
- Watch an enormous puppet named "Arthur, the drunken man" wander the streets of Ireland.
- A Houston teenager is suing her high school after she was expelled for not standing during the pledge of allegiance.
- A Daily News editorial calling for congestion pricing says the mayor is "parrot[ing] nonsense populist talking points against toll changes that are, in fact, genuinely progressive."
- Jerry Seinfeld has finally decided he's had enough of Bill Cosby's work.
- The National closed out Forest Hills Stadium for the season on Friday—Brooklyn Vegan has plenty of videos for your "melancholic euphoric" viewing pleasure.
- And, finally, have you ever seen so many obedient puppies?
🚨THE PUPPY OBEDIENCE SCHOOL ON MY BLOCK IS BACK IN SESSION. 🚨 pic.twitter.com/GLqaPVPX7R
— Molly Knight (@molly_knight) October 8, 2017