Reading While Eating for Dec. 10: Down and Out

In today's must-read links for your lunch break: Manny Pacquiao got knocked out, and if you're looking for donkey cheese, Novak Djokovic is your man.

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Manny Pacquiao lays face down on the mat after being knocked out in the sixth round by Juan Manuel Marquez during their welterweight bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 8 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Punch That Knocked Out Manny Pacquiao. What it means for the aging boxer and congressman from the Philippines. (Keeping Score)

Your Honor, Mitt Romney Saw the Whole Thing. He also informed Pacquiao he lost the presidential election last month. (Buzzfeed)

Doubling the Threat. Want to know one thing that terrifies us? Drones. And another thing? Lasers. Really the only thing scarier than drones or lasers is drones with lasers. And they might be coming soon to a front line near you. (Battleland)

Novak Djokovic Buys Up Annual Supply of Donkey Cheese. He says it’s for a chain of restaurants he’s opening in his home country of Serbia. Will he be taking reservations? (The Telegraph)

Cultural Icons Dressed Up As Other Cultural Icons. Spoiler: Napoleon was a popular choice. (Flavorwire)

More Than You Ever Needed To Know About Mistletoe. But really, what more do you want to know about mistletoe? Unless it were like horribly poisonous. That would be worth knowing. It’s totally not though. (Mental Floss)

Street Art of the Day. This is rather clever. (The Daily What)

Let’s Talk About Katt Williams. Suffice it to say he’s had a rough go of it in the last couple months. On the other hand, pirate ferries and tricycles were involved, so how bad could it have been? (Film Drunk)

Ten Real-Life Film Locations. Just in case you’re wondering exactly where Skyfall‘s ‘The Dead City’ really is. (YouTube via Buzzfeed)