Social media commentator Keith Fenimore takes his shots at what’s been trending this week. [June 8 – June 14]
 Former football and Dancing with The Stars, um, star Chad Ochocinco was about to get a slap on the wrist by the judge for a domestic violence charge tied to head-butting his ex-wife, when he proceeded to celebrate his near-victory by slapping his lawyer on the butt, causing everyone in the courtroom to break out in laughter. The judge, however, was not amused, and sentenced Ocho to 30 more days in the clink.
Sorry, Ocho. But on the bright side, you’re going to be very popular in jail when you tell your cellmate that you’re in for slapping another man playfully on the ass!
 Tim Tebow stole President Obama’s thunder – and airtime – when CNN actually cut away from the president’s speech on immigration reform to cover the New England Patriots’ press conference, during which it was announced that they had signed Tim Tebow as backup to the backup quarterback.
As an olive branch, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent the Goodyear Blimp to DC to fly over the White House, hoping the president would see it and feel important again.
 Hillary Clinton has joined Twitter under the handle @HillaryClinton, and her bio is getting a lot of attention thanks to a mention of her affection for pantsuits, and what some people are interpreting as a tease about a possible 2016 presidential run.
She was going to use @Clinton#1supersexxxy, but it turns out that her husband beat her to it!
 Using a brush, hair dryer, clippers, flat iron, and scissors, a clever rapper remade a Kanye West song that is blowing people away (get it? It’s a hairdryer pun! Ugh, sorry).
It’s amazing how some people have the ability to remake something and still do justice to the original. Unfortunately, those people weren’t hired by the movie studio to help make Man of Steel…
 Twitter not only gives people a platform to say, “Happy Father’s Day,” but also a place to offer kickass prizes and gifts leading up to the big day – like this one, compliments of Major League Baseball.
Here at Maxim, our father figure is Editor-In-Chief Dan Bova. Sadly, he went out for a pack of smokes after the close of the September issue and we haven’t seen him since. He’s on the loose and probably dangerous. Happy Father’s day, Danny, wherever you are!