Via: Wall Street Journal
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In preparation for the anniversary of the 1989 Tianamen Square protests, Chinese censors have blocked several search terms on the country's top microblogging site Sina Weibo, including "1989," "in today," "anniversary" and "big yellow duck." The odd water fowl reference was banned in response to a viral photoshopped version of the iconic 1989 "Tank Man" photograph, which Weibo user Weibolg altered by replacing the tanks with superimposed photos of the famous

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Easily the best part of the a good protest, aside from exercising your First Amendment rights, are the funny protest signs. Why, they’re enough to get you through the tough January weather when you’re out there protesting the country’s very first (but probably not last) reality-TV gameshow host president. They do these things in January for a reason, don't they?

Anyway, here are some of the best protest signs we’ve seen so far:

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Via: SteelCityFilms
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The big and burly Pittsburgh Penguins took off the pads, hung up the skates, and created a knockout Home Alone parody just in time for the holiday season.

This couldn't come at a better time. We're still trying to deal with whatever sort of cigarette munching, crazy-eyed, mop-headed, sewage beast the once beloved, vaguely adorable Macaulay Carson Culkin evolved into.

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