I'm not sure how to describe this... but it's up there with "Christian Side Hug". Maybe "Dancin' to the Devil's Music in the house of The LORD"?Read more »
A US woman had been fined for having dried out grass during a drought.
Lori claims she has been trying to get her grass to grow, adding: ''I'm glad to try to reseed again when it cools off, but we're in the middle of a heat wave.''Read more »
5 Reasons Humanity Is Terrible at Democracy
In the middle of the heated health care debate in 2010, the anchors at Fox News got a memo from the bosses telling them to start referring to the Democrats' plan as "government-run health insurance" rather than use the term "public option," which everyone else was using.
Why? Because CBS and NBC both ran polls showing that when you call it the "public" plan, up to 75 percent of the people are in favor -- after all, everybody likes public parks and public libraries, etc. It's a friendly word.Read more »
Aliens need gold. Lots and lots of gold. The theory comes from the 1976 book The "12th Planet" by Zecharia Sitchin who, in addition to apparently considering the Sun and Moon planets, is a self-proclaimed scholar of ancient astronauts and Sumerian texts. It goes something like this...Read more »
(NEWSER) – Pull into the new parking garage in Triberg, Germany, and you'll see something strange: wide, well-lit spaces with female symbols on them, and cramped spaces near concrete pillars with male symbols on them.Read more »
Adam Kokesh tries to school Joe Rogan in anarchism and minarchism.Read more »
We define our historical eras, naturally, by things that we associate with them. We started making tools in the Bronze Age, the plague was in the Dark Ages, we strapped dogs and monkeys to rockets in the Space Age, and for a brief time in the '90s people wore shirts that changed color when they sweat.
But not everything is so cut and dried; sometimes things that you only thought existed in the black and white world were still around until just a few years ago. For instance ...
Jesse Ventura has had many lives, having variously been: an underwater demolition diver in the Navy, a motorcycle gang member, a pro wrestler, an actor, and the governor of Minnesota. But his latest evolution is as weird as any: He's reinvented himself as a firebreathing liberal populist, blasting the Koch Brothers, demanding taxes on the rich, citing Howard Zinn, decrying the military-industrial complex, and holding up the Occupy movement as the model for how to fix America's broken politics.Read more »
I have always had strange apocalyptic dreams, usually involving invasions of either zombie hordes or cyborg armies. Luckily, last night my subconscious provided me with a weapon exquisitely suited to fend off both, and it was so awesome I just felt I had to share. It’s called the Cyclical Inversion Galvanizer from Averroes Industries, or the “CIG Cannon” for short. Believe me, the weapon’s resemblance to a common cigarette is not lost on me. The subconscious never fails to produce unusual innovations. But I’d like to tell you about it.Read more »
A common theme in the Marvel Universe is the struggle for mutants to be accepted as human by society throughout the X-Men franchise. But what if I told you that the segregation of mutants was already part of current law, and it didn’t come from an act of congress, but from the tax code.Read more »
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