Why gather on a cruise, when you could Gather the News? Oh yeah, because cruises are awesome.
- The Guardian creates a dramatic graphic exclusively for the Palestine Papers. Oh right, and the Palestine Papers happened.
- Egyptian protests, among others in the Arab world, continue. But is it good for the Jews? Eh, let’s wait and see.
- A Jewish professional hockey player sues the Anaheim Ducks for alleged antisemitic remarks. In other news, there is a Jewish professional hockey player. 
- The New York Jets mercifully get eliminated from the playoffs. Meanwhile, some intern at CBS affiliate WLKY makes a hilarious error (HT to DovBear). 
- Urban Outfitters has decided that the frum look is in. Girls, if you were ever wondering how to rock “hipster tznius,” then look no further. 
- Jewish Funds for Justice spends “six figures” to publish a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal condemning Fox News chief Roger Ailes and general crazy person/fellow Fox News employee Glenn Beck. Jewish Funds was pleased, until they realized they gave Rupert Murdoch ANOTHER SIX FIGURES.
- A Holocaust-denying parent accidently makes his views known to an Upper East Side PTA listserv. You can pretty much guess what happens next. 
- Just when you thought Google couldn’t get any more benevolent, they go and do this.
- Israel finds that its commandos acted appropriately during the flotilla incident, while the UN and Turkey disagree. The Washington Post writes a terrible headline for the story, and despite the snow in DC this week, Hell remained hot. 
- As part of the Jerusalem 2111 contest, one Israeli filmmaker creates the best thing since Sharktopus (video not tznius).
Shabbat Shalom, and watch out for sharktopi!
 Trivia question: what kind of business does Goldberg’s family own?
 Seriously, though. Thank G-D they’re not in the Super Bowl.
 I’m no longer allowed in Urban Outfitters. My pants fit appropriately, and that apparently upsets the other customers.
 If you guessed “an expensive full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal protesting his actions,” you would be incorrect.
 I’ve used this cliche before, but you have to stick with what works.