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Stacey Dash endorses Mitt Romney, Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly duke it out, and Jay-Z takes the subway to Brooklyn.

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If you missed the rumble between Bill O'Reilly and Jon Stewart, then ShortFormBlog will fill you in. The must-follow blog provided screencaps and quotes from Saturday night’s “debate.”

Called “a lot more fun to watch” than last week’s presidential debate, the mock argument between the Fox News host and Comedy Central comedian brought upon a lot of memorable quotes and an insight into “Bullshit Mountain” (Stewart’s label for Fox News).

On Twitter
Clueless actress (and random VH1 star) Stacey Dash endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Sunday. Wearing a tight, red bathing suit, she posed next to a rocket, painted with a large R on it.

“Vote for Romney,” tweeted Dash. “The only choice for your future.” Unsurprisingly, her tweet created some backlash, including one follower writing “Stacey Dash’s hit movie was Clueless. How ironic.”

On YouTube
Jay-Z, king of Brooklyn, took the subway to his performance Friday night, and someone captured video of it. Jay-Z: he’s just like us, roughing it on public transit. Does getting stuck underground with a signal problem count as one of his 99 problems?

Photo via ShortFormBlog/Tumblr

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