Tuesday Links

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Interesting Fact: Italian labor unions represent more retirees than workers. (h/t Alex Tabarrok)

WUSA9: Looks like Arlington County Police have quotas

Today is a WOOT OFF!

LAS DELICIAS RESTAURANT

Las Delicias is closed 🙁

FirstShowing: New ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Movie Makes Our Heroes Aliens? (h/t MO)

Immelt a Romney guy now?

Roll Call: The Jedi Knight of Congress

Kotaku: Congressman Really, Really, Really Wants To Slap Cigarette-Style Warning Labels On Video Games

Fins: 10 dumb things to avoid in job interviews

Reuters: Republican budget targets tax reforms, Medicare

Gizmodo: Packing a Gun Makes You Think Everyone Else Is Too (This hasn’t been my experience…)

Examiner: Romney schools ‘free birth control’ student

“You’re all for like ‘yay freedom and all this stuff and yay pursuit of happiness,'” said the college-aged girl. “You know what would make me happy? Free birth control.”

“Let me tell you something, if you’re looking for free stuff that you don’t have to pay for, vote for the other guy,” Romney told the student. “That’s what he’s all about.”

NewsNet5: Cleveland’s RTA gets gold standard rating from the TSA

Hilarious Mitt Romney rap

io9: What I did during the second season of The Walking Dead, by T-Dog

Gizmodo: Giant “Metal Moles” Are Tunneling through London

Deadspin: Oklahoma State Gambled Millions That Its Boosters Would Die, And Lost

Lifehacker: How Can I Tell If I’m Being Monitored at Work and What Can I Do About It?

The Root: Video on NYC Welfare Recipients Sparks Controversy (h/t Prof Switzer)

NRO: A Front-Row Seat to Palin Power

FamousDC: Rules for tourists

Too Conservative: Metro Continues To Make Us Want It In Loudoun!

OTB: Murder or Self-Defense: Florida Case Raises Questions

GQ: Is Santorum’s code name “Petrus”?

ClevelandScene: Woman Has Bad St. Pat’s RTA Ride, Complains; Voilà, Journalism

I once rode down for the parade in high school and it was so crowded and hot the driver drove with the doors open.

I’m 99% sure this was the SLU spot from the NCAA Tourney:

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