Tuesday’s links talk “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and give an inside look at a big political feud.
Military Milestone: Today marks the end of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. In a Q&A, one active duty Air Force officer discusses living life in the closet in the military. (Battleland)
Richie Rich: It seems like the only time someone mentions money in the trillions, it’s about government debt. But how long will it take until a single person becomes a trillionaire? (Slate)
Political Push: Though the two Texas governors have plenty in common, a reported feud has long been brewing between Rick Perry and George W. Bush. (The Week)
Wise Words: In an interview in 1971, Muhammad Ali gives a prophetic statement when asked if he’d like to be the President. (The Daily What)
How You Doin’: These three YouTube stars may be the greatest pickup artists of our time. (Salon)
Cheers: Get your steins ready! As Oktoberfest kicks off, take a look at the German festival, then and now. (LIFE)
Nope, Chuck Testa: A commercial, created by the IFC show Rhett and Link: Commercial Kings, quickly has gone viral. Why? You’ll figure it out. (Viral Viral Videos)