Reverend Manning's views on Ron Paul and his message.Read more »
A convicted criminal who was serving out his sentence in a monastery has escaped for the second time. He’s asked authorities to return him to prison, saying life with the with Capuchin monks is too punishing.Read more »
Travis Irvine creates a comical "interview" of the Occupiers on Wall Street. Towards the end of his 5 minute clip he runs into a Government agent, acting as a typical government agent would. A good laugh and with a bit of a scary ending.Read more »
The children – dozens of them at first, then hundreds – gathered in downtown Manhattan on September 17 to change the world. For better or worse, they’re still there. They may even be multiplying.Read more »
Warning: If you have already made up your mind and consider your self to be a anti-drug zealot. I completely understand. I used to be one. I will highlight some of the important benefits of using drugs in pursuit of mental evolution and advancing oneself toward a life filled with gratitude and happiness. This is intended for all the sober folks who are missing out.Read more »
NoFollow has now been turned on. No more google juice for you.
Actual FTL Listeners can let me know how the spam problem is now.
Soon enough we will reenable link following for promoted stories once more spam protection is in place.Read more »
Angry women's groups said last night that it would be the children at the centre of the disputes who would suffer most if money were paid back.
In each case the duped men were able to prove beyond doubt in the courts they were not the fathers using DNA paternity testing.
In the biggest case, Queensland man Ken Rodgers obtained orders for the repayment of $60,000 after making child support contributions over a decade to a woman who refused to even send him a photograph of his alleged child.
Making mothers pay back child support was last night condemned by women's groups.Read more »
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - A grandmother with a baseball bat and strong family values protected her sleeping grandson this past Sunday when she found a naked man in her home eating her food.
At 70-years-young, the woman, only identified as "Bonnie," told various news outlets that there is nothing she wouldn't do to protect her family.
“Nobody hurts my family. I don't care who you are. I will go after you,” Bonnie told NECN following the incident.Read more »
Yes, Starship Troopers. The campy anti-war satire about a race from a distant, desert land, who out of nowhere strikes a civilian target in a way we didn't think was possible, leading to heavy-handed patriotic propaganda, and a headlong rush into a war with a poorly thought-out strategy that results in a quagmire. You don't have to agree with the message to get that it's clearly a satirical send-up of the War on Terror. If anything, it's too on-the-nose.Read more »
It pays well to wash your motorcycle if you are a cop in Newport Beach, where officers who patrol on motor bikes are paid an additional six hours of overtime every month simply for giving their cycles a wash.Read more »
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A lactating U.S. woman was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after she sprayed sheriff's deputies with breast milk as they tried to remove her from a vehicle, police said on Monday.Read more »
Chances are you're doing it right now: Slacking. Procrastinating. Reading this Cracked article with your cursor placed on a work-related tab, prepared to click away should your boss walk by. We've all done it at some point -- but there are a few people who have taken the time-honored tradition of slacking and raised it to levels of epic proportions.
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Superman has decided to renounce his US citizenship and become a world citizen, but does this mean he'll do anything productive for the common man?Read more »
There are those who want to improve the world around us and who do so in intelligent, well-thought-out ways. Then there are those of us whose desire to help the environment is mostly based on being bored or shallow or wanting to fit in after we get lost in Whole Foods. Unfortunately, most of humanity is made up of the latter type. Also unfortunately, a lot of the half-assed stuff we do not only doesn't help but actually ends up making things WORSE for everyone.Read more »
Ask the average person what's wrong with government and you'll hear all about corrupt politicians, corporate lobbyists and shady backroom deals. But, of course, we elected those corrupt politicians, and the more you look at the situation, the more it appears that as people, we are just really bad at democracy. After all, science proves that ...Read more »
A man who broke into a house in Portland, Oregon, called police -- afraid the homeowner may have a gun.Read more »
At 4:30am, Aaron Titus answered the phone halfway into the second ring, listening in disbelief to an automated caller tell him what he already knew: It was a snow day. School would open two hours late. In other words, he and his family could sleep. But now he couldn't.
So he found a robocall company online, taped a message and listed every phone number he could find for nine school board members. And, at 4:30 a.m. the next day, phones began ringing with 29 seconds of automated, mocking objection.
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