Oh, dear! Let’s move … a 50 gallon tub of lard? The pool spotted three deep fat fryers on the White House grounds today. Twitter was at the ready to speculate and, of course, mock. MO out of town RT @toddstarnes Spotted on WH grounds: 3 portable deep fat fryers w/ 24 fry baskets – […]
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Twitter users react to the news. This just got real RT @TPM: Michelle Obama joins @Pinterest: tpm.ly/NeMBR9— Michael Roston (@michaelroston) June 13, 2012 Months after Ann Romney. RT @ZekeJMiller: .@MichelleObama has joined Pinterest pinterest.com/michelleobama/— Patrick Ruffini (@PatrickRuffini) June 13, 2012 +1 RT @petersmeg: @ethanklapper Pinterest really needs a lists feature. I find all the best […]
Now’s your chance, guys! The American Copy Editors Society conference wraps up today and word is the Associated Press booth has a bunch of extra “AP Stylebook” t-shirts. That’s right: They can’t give these things away. Perhaps the AP’s t-shirts need “more nuance.” Any takers? Anyone? Anyone? How about raffling off the leftover T-shirts to us poor […]
Because nothing says Easter like a Yoga Garden and Eggtivity Zone.
It’s not a White House shindig unless the downward dog is involved! This year’s White House Easter Egg Roll is taking the form of a “Let’s Move! Social.“ Just like Jesus intended… MT @DrtySxyPolitics: First Lady Turns Easter Egg Roll Into White House 'Fat Camp' shar.es/dflGL— El SOOPer!! (@SooperMexican) March 28, 2013 Today we learned […]
Let’s move? Let’s move toward truth and accountability.
Mmmmmm … cheeeeeeeeesy pizza. We know you want some, Michelle. Give in! For America!
And the State Department Shuffle. RT @Jggrimm #LiberalDanceMoves The Benghazi Sidestep— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) February 25, 2013 Mission accomplished! The ostensible purpose of Michelle Obama’s appearance with Jimmy Fallon to demonstrate the “Evolution of Mom Dancing” was to promote the first lady’s “Let’s Move” campaign. If the video got at least one person to dance, […]
Wow. We’d heard a little bit about the first lady’s campaign against childhood obesity during President Obama’s first term, but most of the noise came from hungry kids who found their incredible shrinking school lunches coming up short. With four long years ahead, it looks like the “Let’s Move” campaign has found a second wind. […]