The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: June 27, 2012

The Oreo cookie proudly supports love. On Monday, the famous cookie ‘came out’ in support of gay rights when a picture of a classic cookie stacked with six shades of rainbow colored cream covered its Facebook page, and it’s causing a big uproar. [Washington Post]

Watch Amy Poehler answer questions from tumblr users live in front of a giant theater audience. [BuzzFeed]

Nerd Alert: 10 video game themed bathrooms. [Mental Floss]

Perhaps you’ve seen window decals giving a minimalistic representation of the drivers’ family. Well, if you silently rolled your eyes at those, you may want to think again once you see these new Star Wars family decals. [Laughing Squid]   

Should Car Talk reruns be taken off the air after the hosts retire in October? Ira Glass thinks so… read why. [Current]

Man of the woods, Nick Offerman reads more tweets from young female celebrities. [Team CoCo]

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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