In Other News, August 8, 2013: Free Viagra, Paula Deen and Teen Hags

Does Sean Hannity need to watch his back? Rumors are a-swirl that Megyn Kelly, of "My maternity leave is not a racket!" fame, might be taking over his prime time slot.

Argentina has started handing out free generic Viagra to "curb misuse" of the drug. Watch as we withhold the Viagra puns. It's hard.

New bud cheerleader Dr. Sanjay Gupta may also want to take a look at this case: Medical marijuana pretty much cured a 6-year-old of seizures.

Human rights groups are up in arms about new, "apartheid-like" discrimination policies in... Switzerland? Europe's little neutral country isn't looking so neutral with its 32 new "exclusion zones," banning refugees from public places such as school playgrounds, swimming pools, sports fields, and even a church.

Feminist blogger Alyssa Rosenberg interviewed Family Guy creator / the Oscar host who sang that lewd song about rape Seth MacFarlane.

Yep, Paula Deen's more popular with Georgia Republicans than Martin Luther King. Obvious problems aside, there's also this rebuttal:

Compare:

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Scientists looked at users' behavior on Reddit and the behavior of a flock of sheep, and found the comparison to be pretty apt:

The researchers had a hunch that when the site’s users voted on the comments, they were significantly influenced—whether consciously or not—by the votes that had come beforehand...By influencing that voter one way or another, it could potentially influence the third voter, and then the fourth, with cascading effects that influence thousands of votes and produce what the researchers call 'herding effects.

As heroin usage shoots back up in the U.S., the Wall Street Journal published the story of a former goat-herder-turned-addict, who says it's "easy" to obtain the drug.

In better news, hot chocolate is apparently good for dementia.

And finally, check out this parody trailer of Aubrey Plaza, Teen Hag.

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