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. An open letter to Ann Coulter
. Politics aside, there's no excuse for supporting Ann Coulter's recent comments about President Barack Obama. John Franklin Stephens, a 30-year-old man with Downs syndrome, takes Coulter to task for her derogatory use of the R-word.
2. Geno Auriemma wants to lower the rim in women's basketball
. As Deadspin astutely points out, Auriemma, the winningest coach in women's basketball, is one of the few men in the world who can say this without it sounding incredibly offensive. It's not about dumbing down the women's game; it's about recognizing that men and women have different physical dimensions, and most sports (golf, volleyball) already make adjustments for gender.
4. Donald Trump proves his ego is inversely proportionate to his hairline
. For most people, a widely unsuccessful bid for the presidency would take you down a peg. Not so for the Donald, who made a ridiculous YouTube video in which he offers President Barack Obama $5 million to release his college and passport applications. Not even close to relevant, but kind of close to bribery.
5. Local link shout-out
. A Byron Nelson High School student got in trouble for passing out a pot brownie. To his girlfriend. Who didn't know the brownie was of the psychedelic variety. Oh, and it also had traces of LSD. Someone's not getting the Student of the Year award.