Thursday’s links laugh at comedians, bad movie titles and Sad Keanu.
Face-Off: Jimmy Carter might place himself above most ex-presidents. But who’s really the best former leader? (Foreign Policy)
Investigations: America’s foreclosure system is chock-full of problems like forged signatures, false documents and judges who overlook these issues. (Washington Post)
Literary Labor: One teen criminal was forced to read three books per month as part of his sentence. But should literature be used as punishment? (New Yorker)
Photo Pro: Never confuse a faked photo for the real thing again, with this guide on how to spot Photoshopped pics. (Lifehacker)
Gluttonous Goods: Let’s hope your lunch doesn’t make this list of the 30 Unhealthiest French Fries. (The Daily Beast)
Funny Folks: Need a good laugh? Check out a list of the comedy world’s 17 favorite comedians, complete with YouTube clips. (Splitsider)
Sadder Keanu: We’re pretty sure Keanu Reeves is staging paparazzi shots now to continue the Sad Keanu meme. Somebody get this guy a friend! (TheDailyWh.at)
Freakish Flexibility: Bummed to be sitting at your desk? At least you’re not contorting yourself into these crazy yoga poses. (LIFE)
Elsewhere on TIME.com: In honor of Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, see the Top 10 Worst Movie Sequel Titles.
Must-See: The week is wrapping up. Celebrate with a baby elephant dancing and playing harmonica. (via Have You Seen This)