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May 13, 2015

"30 Things That Are Making You Fat"


May 07, 2015

"Funny about food"

Debra Saunders has some funny observations about restaurant menus in San Francisco.

In San Francisco, there are more words for lettuce than there are Republicans.

May 01, 2015

"Louis CK: Schindler's List"

This is both horrible and funny.

April 30, 2015

"College Encourages Lively Exchange Of Idea: Students, Faculty Invited To Freely Express Single Viewpoint"

The Onion, of course.

Not a black swan . . .

. . . but how about a black flamingo? Would that work for you?

April 29, 2015


James Lileks, marvelously doing his thing.

And this will be bad, because some people will still have to manually operate their cars and wind their old watches. There is, of course, a solution — neat, just, and egalitarian. Everyone walks. And the government hands out sundials. It’s equal! Which must mean it’s progress.

April 24, 2015

"The Best NBA Doppelgängers"

Some of these are pretty good,

April 21, 2015

"61 Comedians Recall Their Favorite, First, and Life-Changing Jokes"

Sample (as told by Maya Rudolph):

Well, there is a bear and a rabbit and they’re shitting in the woods, and the bear says to the rabbit, "Do you have a problem with shit sticking to your fur?" And the rabbit says, "No, I don’t." And so the bear picks up the rabbit and he wipes himself.

April 18, 2015

"Behold the Batmobile of Baby Strollers"

I'd guess it's as much for dad as it is for a stroller-aged tot.

April 13, 2015

"We Are Ready to Believe You!"

John Podhoretz uses simple economics to explain an important part of what's happening in today's colleges: if you pay good money to people to solve problems, they have a vested interest in making the problems bigger

Ed Driscoll drolly sums this up by referring to their interest in protecting "their phony-baloney jobs". If you don't understand that reference, see this clip

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