I’ve had 100% growth in linkdump posts in the month of September.
I don’t know what the final frontiers of deep frying are, but I don’t think we’ve reached them yet.
Ugandan Little Leaguers visit Yankee Stadium.
My kids like drinking from water fountains. And I always, always recycle plastic bottles.
Back in the 90s, the Austin Lounge Lizards wrote a song called “Grandpa’s Hologram”. They have no idea how ahead of their time they were.
Good on you, Erin DiMeglio. Hope you get into another game soon.
Can electronic stores survive?
An archaeological dig at the Sobibor extermination camp is revealing many of the secrets of that horrible place.
Help a Lone Star Ma out – write something for her online magazine.
Don’t blame your GPS if you get lost.
The possible origins of the “don’t wear white after Labor Day” rule.
Internationalization is the Y2K problem of the 21st century. So far, anyway.
They don’t make ‘em like Sun Myung Moon any more.
The most fun you could have had at the GOP convention.
Meet our nation’s first Hispanic Barbie President.
“The thing about [Paul] Ryan is that he has always resided in a counter-factual universe.”
A lobster glut sounds like one of those problems that’s not so bad to have.
I can think of some reasons why Bob Barker wasn’t invited to the Price Is Right 40th anniversary, but they weren’t mentioned in that story.
A pictorial history of the Texas Medical Center.
Be careful what you download, it could be a honeytrap.
It may tae two to tango, but it only takes one to lie about it.
It’s hard to have a campaign of ideas if you don’t have any actual ideas.
This is like Derek Jeter breaking up with the Red Sox.