So. What was up with Obama’s glowing ears during Syria speech? [photo]!/exjon/status/514417834794160129
So, the president gave a “speech” on the Syria airstrikes Tuesday morning. Then this happened.

Backlit ears aren't a good look.

— jon gabriel (@exjon) September 23, 2014

Lol the sun shines through his ears. #Obama

— N.O. Brains (@nobrains00) September 23, 2014

I just love the way his cute little ears glow bright pink in the sunshine! #ObamaSpeech #Obama #ISIS

— ClearStonePrez (@ClearStonePrez) September 23, 2014

watch'n Obama's speech, gotta give him this, his ears are transparent the sunlight shines thru! :)) @FoxNews @BretBaier

— Jimmy McIver (@JimmyMcIver) September 23, 2014

@exjon LOL!

— Karen Townsend (@penguinponders) September 23, 2014

@CNBC Do I see President Obama Ears lighting with the white bright light from CREE?

— West Nile 007 (@WestNile007) September 23, 2014

@GMA wow I'm trying to focus on what president #Obama is saying but his ears are like solar panels

— knowbetterdobetter (@knowbetterdobet) September 23, 2014

Let me beat #Drudge with this #Obama devil ears photo as a follow up to last week's "devil horns" pic

— RON COULTER (@RONCOULTER) September 23, 2014

Aching sides!

Perhaps there was a good reason and it was meant to symbolize something, though:

@exjon transparency.

— TJWFW (@icouldbeahacker) September 23, 2014



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‘Vomitous!’: Alison Grimes’ latest pro-gun photo still misfires!/DelGirlsHoops/status/486226401906159617
In a previous attempt to appear friendly to the Second Amendment, Kentucky Secretary of State and candidate for Senate Alison Grimes posted a photo of herself target shooting — although without any eye or ear protection.

Apparently unwilling to repeat that gaffe, Grimes has found another photo in which she’s properly equipped to shoot a firearm, juxtaposed with a pic of Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell preparing to present an antique rifle to the retiring Sen. Tom Coburn at CPAC.!/AlisonForKY/status/486223339565088768
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An Astronaut Gave An Out-Of-This-World Tribute To Leonard Nimoy

                                            <b>Live long and prosper.</b>                                                           

Star Trek fans are still in mourning for Leonard Nimoy, the actor famous for his role as Spock, who died on Friday at the age of 83.

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The beloved sci-fi character was known by the Vulcan “live long and prosper” hand gesture.

Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection

Fans, both famous and otherwise, have been using the gesture to pay tribute to Nimoy.

In a fitting extraterrestrial tribute to the late star, NASA Astronaut Terry Virts has tweeted a picture of the Vulcan gesture from the International Space Station, looking down at Nimoy’s birthplace of Boston.

It’s enough to make even Spock a little bit emotional.

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