all-encompassingly

we still remember mitch hedberg

A severed foot is the ultimate stocking stuffer.

Mar 20th 2008

Funny Business on Ellen. Particularly, I’m Talking about Hand Placement.

Mar 11th 2008

Sometimes…

Here is the oddest text message I’ve ever received:
Sometimes I have hash browns in the morning.
I don’t recognize the number that sent it to me. I have no idea who they are.
And I can’t even imagine what would prompt someone to text that to a friend.

Mar 3rd 2008

Wow

Feb 25th 2008

Finally, honest lottery winners.

I am always amused when people who hit the jackpot claim that they won’t change thier lifestyle or that they will keep working until retirement age. (“What? Millions of dollars change how I spend money? That’s just crazy talk…”)
A Georgia couple won the multi-state lottery Mega Millions jackpot of $270 million last week. […]

Feb 22nd 2008

Dallas: Presidential Bermuda Triangle

Seriously, does anyone else think this is odd?
First, security for Obama was lax (or wasn’t).
Then, a police officer dies while part of Hillary’s motorcade.
And, of course, there was JFK.
It should be obvious by now: stay away from Dallas.

Dec 12th 2007

Heroes was right!

Human evolution is speeding up. Watch for time-traveling cubicle jockeys and self-healing cheerleaders any day now.
Explosive population growth is driving human evolution to speed up around the world, according to a new study.

And while humans are evolving quickly around the world, local cultural and environmental factors are shaping evolution differently on different continents.
“We’re evolving […]

Dec 3rd 2007

The Lion Whisperer

Great video of the guy who became famous on the net a few months ago.
‘Lion whisperer’ at work

Nov 21st 2007

History of Thanksgiving, Part II

The first Thanksgiving was made possible because the Pilgrims ended their experiment with socialism and embraced private farming.
John Stossel explains:
When the Pilgrims first settled the Plymouth Colony, they organized their farm economy along communal lines. The goal was to share everything equally, work and produce.
They nearly all starved.
Why? When people can get the same return […]

Nov 20th 2007

“God is Brazilian,” says Brazilian Prez

Yeah, well, that would explain their freakishly good soccer team, too.
“This discovery… proves that God is Brazilian,” he said during a speech at his presidential palace in the capital Brasilia.
His theological assertion is not original: Brazilians have long claimed that God shares their nationality on the basis of the natural resources at their disposal.

Oct 20th 2007

Can you box the cat in?