You know what’s sad? When a really good band releases an awesome album, and then follows it up immediately with something that spends half the time sucking monkey balls and half being sort of kind of decent. Why did the Barenaked Ladies have to do that? They released Barenaked Ladies Are Me. It rocked! It […]
A little over a year ago, Iposteda short note about a Sudanese man who was forced to marry a goat after he was caught having sex with it. Well, today I have the sad duty of reporting that the goat hasdiedafter choking on a plastic bag she tried to eat while picking up scraps on […]
I got an email the other day filled with rage at a couple of TV talkshow hosts. According to this email, the hosts in question were spewing hate-speech, being disrespectful and patronizing, calling people with disabilities “the handicapped,” and were making fun of every kind of disability, leaving noone untouched. They were bashing the ADA […]
Ug the news. Sometimes it pisses me off. I’ve already bitched about the lameness of some news stories, but the story I saw tonight brought lameness to a brand new low. Ok, the story was that some coffee-consumption could help prevent colon cancer and would help your liver, but drinking too much of it would […]
>My friend should be glad he didn’t have an employer like this. Hell, he beheaded his employee for not milking his cows, imagine what he would have done if the man had talked badly about him to his friends!
Man, I’ve been seeing all these stories on the news telling people to be careful about what they post on websites like Facebook and My Space, and I always thought, “This is news? To whom? Shouldn’t people already know that a site designed to connect people is a place where you are choosy about how […]
I know I’ve said this stuff before, but somebody sent me a funny version of it, with some new and interesting twists on it, so I figured it should go up. I figure you can never repeat this stuff enough. Ten tips for interacting with people who are blind By: Shelley JohnsShreveport Times, Louisiana, April […]