Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right now.
1. Debate bingo cards from Mother Jones. Yeah, yeah, I know. Mother Jones isn't exactly the most bipartisian of choices for debate night, but you've got to hand it to them for coming up with a debate drinking game that Republicans and Democrats alike can enjoy.
2. Anderson Cooper mocks Wolf Blitzer on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. I was pretty much sold on the face value of Anderson Cooper and Jimmy Fallon in the same photo frame, but the Silver Fox has a few impressions up his sleeve that will make viewing all the more enjoyable.
3. Princeton-educated Michelle Obama makes a mean cookie. Erin Gloria Ryan wonders why, oh why, are we still holding First Lady bake-offs?
4. West Memphis Three member gives insight to life on death row. Admittedly, I'm a sucker for prisons. The whole subculture facinates me. Damien Echols, who was wrongly convicted of murder in 1994, shares an excerpt from his book Life After Death. For the non-prison-loving crowd, it also contains a story of a contraband kitten.
5. Morning news anchor in Wisconsin fights back after viewer's mean-spirited email. Media protocol is to brush off angry letters, not respond in kind. However, Jennifer Livingston had other ideas when a viewer told her she was obese and a bad role model for children. See it to believe it, but Livingston is one smart, articulate woman — facts far more important than her dress size.
6. Local link shout-out: In the latest edition of FD Luxe, Christopher Wynn has a fantastic piece about the early life of architect Russell Buchanan, who was wrongly suspected in the 1984 stabbing death of an SMU student.