Reading While Eating for October 26: Politics and Horror Flicks

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The legs of Team USA sled hockey members are seen at a game during the 6th National Disabled Festival in Laurel, Maryland October 22, 2010. All members of the team are wounded veterans.

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Tuesday’s links talk short skirts and excellent adventures.

Future Speaker? Vanity Fair takes an in-depth look at House Minority Leader John Boehner, who is trying to balance his old-GOP swagger with his attempt to jump on the Tea Party bandwagon. (Vanity Fair)

Technical Transparency: Before you vote in the midterm elections, use this tracker to find out just where your candidate’s money is coming from. (Wired)

Necessary Invention: Misplaced your phone?, which finally exists, will call your phone for you. (via Gizmodo)

Whoa: Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) from Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure were spotted by paparazzi. It’s getting us even more pumped for the third movie. (

Creepy Cinema: If you’re more of a horror fan, check out the 10 scariest movies from a man who would know — Scream director Wes Craven. (The Daily Beast)

Short Story: The weather’s cooling down, which means the chance for ladies (and fellas, we’re not judging) to show some leg are getting lower. Luckily, you can still study the mini skirt through history until spring rolls around. (LIFE)

Elsewhere on Here at NewsFeed, we love viral videos more than most other things. So check out the most viral campaign ads of 2010.

Must-See: The Glee kids aren’t the only ones doing Rocky Horror. Video of a 24-year-old Russell Crowe performing as Eddie and Dr. Scott has surfaced, and he’s actually awesome in it. (via Vulture)