Reading While Eating for Sept. 28: Bombs Away

In today's must-read links for your lunch break: Mars rocks, Jerry and Kramer get back together, and what your beer says about your politics.

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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu points to a red line he has drawn on the graphic of a bomb as he addresses the 67th United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, September 27, 2012.

What You Missed at the United Nations: Benjamin Netanyahu stole the show with his nifty charts, but Israel may be dialing down its Iran threats for now. (

What Your Beer Says About Your Politics: Conservatives prefer Samuel Adams. Who knew? (National Journal)

The Vampire Squid that Feasts on Feces and Mucus: Sorry, Matt Taibbi, it’s not Goldman Sachs. (The Week)

Mars Rocks: The Curiosity rover has found something curious: Mars rocks that look just like Earth rocks that have been worn down by rushing water (!). (

Jerry and Kramer Reunite: Jerry Seinfeld and Michael Richards grab a cup of joe in Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ video series. Must be National Coffee Day. (BuzzFeed)

Starry, Starry Night: See Van Gogh’s masterpiece Starry Night recreated as a mosaic of amazing images from the Hubble Space Telescope (The Daily

All Hail the Great State of Delmarva! A look at 11 proposed U.S. states that didn’t make the cut. (Mental Floss)

Good Karma: Watch this chameleon wash his hands in the kitchen sink. (Huffington Post)

Wonders of the World: AirPano has created a breathtaking 360-degree panoramic view of the Great Pyramids of Giza. Check it out. (BoingBoing)