Some handy recipes for your next Thanksgiving.
Santa Claus, Bigfoot, and job creators. Can you guess what they have in common?
Remember when “more Catholic than the Pope” was just an expression?
RIP Elwood, the world’s ugliest dog.
“Missing-person lists are nothing new, but in any given disaster, they were often difficult to search or find at all. If relief work could be considered an industry, then Person Finder is an example of what Google does best: disrupt an inefficient one.”
RIP, T. R. Fehrenbach, noted Texas historian.
If you have a D-Link router, you need to get an update for it.
“Professors from the College of Law brought Potter and Snape to trial Tuesday at noon in the Moot Courtroom as a mock trial demonstration for law students. The courtroom was decked out with Hogwarts crests representing Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff and Slytherin. Prefects representing each of the four houses also contributed to the verdict.”
Rob Ford. How is it that his reality series only lasted one show?
Hobby Lobby’s “Christian principles” end at the water’s edge.
“Be sure not to use periods at the end of your texts, as the natives have been known to get restless when they see one.”
When we say that Republicans really don’t want people to have access to health care, this is the sort of thing we’re talking about.
Why you want your cellular provider to upgrade to the latest equipment.
The 1400 words you can’t predictively type on an Android device.
“When it goes well with the righteous, the city rejoices; and when the wicked perish, there is jubilation.”
What Dave Weigel says.
“I think it’s because being uninsured sucks.”
The unintentional comedy potential of this is sky high.
Katie Couric drops the ball on vaccines.
“But if you cut the national nutrition programmes 5%, you cancel out everything that the charitable system is doing.”
Tim Tebow is coming to your teevee one way or another.
The so-called “homosexual agenda” was created by right-wing agitprop group ALEC.
I have the remake of “The Sound of Music” on my TiVo, awaiting an opportunity to watch, if only to see if all the hate is accurate. Be that as it may, the reason I’ll always watch a rerun of the classic “Sound of Music” has nothing to do with learning lessons about WWII and everything to do with the fact that I love the music. Hell, I’d rather just watch a highlight reel of the movie that’s little more than each song.
The useful idiots of apartheid.