11 Stories I Couldn't Get Anyone to Write This Week Including Menstrual Street Art

Nobody wanted to write about these eleven topics, but you totally could.
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Nobody wanted to write about these eleven topics, but you totally could.
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We are having a lot of fun in the office these days. We call it our party attitude and it permeates everything, similar to marijuana/skunk smells --two of my favorites whenever I come upon them, incidentally. Matter of fact, one of my favorite things about car trips through the countryside are those surprise sweet moments when I smell a skunk and can roll my window down to inhale as much as possible while in its sweet vicinity.

Anyway, now I'm curious about what "bad" smells you like. But back to the topic, maybe our party attitude is too good these days, because this week, no one wrote about these topics that were suggested by our editorial board. Where do you think we went wrong?

Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC’s chief medical editor, has resigned. [The Daily Beast]

Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams to pay 7.2 million in 'Blurred Lines' Lawsuit [NYT]

A German artist is making street art with "feminine products." [Bustle]

Kathy Griffin has announced that she's leaving E!'s Fashion Police. [Page Six]

President Obama speaks out about the police shootings in Ferguson. [Washington Post]

Florida officials ban the term "climate change." [ThinkProgress]

Bloomberg Politics photoshopped Hilary Clinton to make her look angry. [Refinery29]

Jon Stewart addresses Morning Joe's "rap causes racism" theory. [Jezebel]

Ireland accidentally legalized all the drugs. [The Daily Beast]

Cards of HUnivision Host Rodner Figueroa Fired After Racist Comment AboutMichelle Obama [Huffington Post]

Cards Against Humanity is now a free online game. [Gizmodo]

What say you?