Wednesdays are the worst days for holidays, aren’t they?
Are none of these people familiar with the expression “To Serve Man”?
Even Michelle Duggar would shudder at this.
Three words: Spray-on batteries. We live in amazing times.
Recycle more, collect trash less often.
Behold, the power of pot.
It’s not the end of the world as we know it.
The balance of power in the art world is shifting.
An appropriate response to the recent email revelations in the Sandusky case.
Fred Karger drops out of the Presidential race. Yeah, me too.
Zombies can’t handle my hometown. The SI is too tough for them.
There’s an app for avoiding traffic jams.
“Outside the prison or the military—which actually provide, at least on paper, some guarantee of due process—it’s difficult to conceive of a less free institution for adults than the average workplace.” This is a problem for libertarianism, among other things.
Don’t just sit there. Stand up and move around at regular intervals.
Yes, federalizing Medicaid would solve a lot of problems.
Caffeine is good for your skin.
Don’t mess with Tinky Winky if you know what’s good for you.
“You’re really defeating yourself if you think you have all of your ideas in your head when you were 12 or 13. It’s impossible. You haven’t done enough.”
RIP, Andy Griffith. Do I really need to mention that Mark Evanier will have the best obituary for him?
Enjoy your retirement, Dara Torres. You’ve earned it.
RIP, Doris Sams, one of the leading players of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.
Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer put their money where their mouths are on marriage equality.
I had no idea the 16th was the marsupial anniversary. Good to know.
A little Jazz de Mexico, from my alma mater.
May this action by the Aggies serve as inspiration and a model for us all.