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How Science Just Proved That Life Sucks

If, like us, you’ve been poking around second-hand furniture stores looking for just the right rocking chair from which to gripe about “kids today” and how everything is going to hell, we’ve got some good news for you: Science is on your side! See, it turns out that scholars at the Spanish National Research Council … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

IT TAKES A VILLAGE This week, Ann Coulter set the record straight (in her mind) when she declared that “I used to think everything was about sex, now I realize everything is about immigration.” FOX News got all literary on us while covering a spelling bee, Louisiana’s legislature (state) wants to make the Bible (church) … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

American Psychos This week, escaped lunatic and retiring Congresswoman Michele Bachmann let Marcus out of the closet and let some of her 27 kids out of the basement long enough to pose for this picture: The photo was then posted on Facebook by Sophia, one of the Bachmann brood, with no other description than “Bachmann … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

The Week in Politics: The Grinch Who Saved Christmas On the heels (or snow boots) of: Sarah Palin’s one-woman battle against the imaginary War on Christmas, and FOX News bobblehead Megyn Kelley’s one-woman crusade to keep the white in White Christmas, and Another child shooting a gun in Colorado, and “Keeping the poor miserable” becoming … Continue reading

Bon Voyager

This Week’s Poll! Unless you live on a distant planet – like the 6th district of Minnesota – you’ve already heard the shocking thing Michele Bachmann said this week. Yes, we know that she’s shocked you before – calling for a new McCarthyism, telling mothers that vaccines cause retardation, claiming that scrapping the minimum wage … Continue reading

A Smile With Every Flush

“The Rose Bowl is the only bowl I’ve ever seen that I didn’t have to clean.”  ~Erma Bombeck Some corporations must think we’re real suckers. Take the people who make trash bag liners. The things cost a fortune, yet what do we do with them as soon as we get home from the supermarket? We … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

According to a recent survey, 12% of Americans have been prescribed the wrong medication. That might explain a few things.

Creative Writing 101

“There are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality; and then there are those who turn one into the other.” ~D.H. Everette

One for the Clicker

Last week, we lost a man who changed the lives of generations of Americans. He was a pioneer and problem-solver who reduced our need to rely on children for certain tasks. One who knew that when we want to sit, we want to sit. Who understood that we get bored very easily. And that we … Continue reading

Don’t Know Much About History

For Internal Use Only Is it possible to know less than nothing? If you watch FOX News, apparently it is! The results of a new poll conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson University have revealed that viewers of FOX News know less about current events than people who watch no news at all. That’s an impressive statistic. … Continue reading

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