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October 09, 2014

"All The Comments on Every Recipe Blog"

I haven't read many recipes online, but I've read a few and this is pitch-perfect and very funny.

October 05, 2014

"26 Funny Truths About Life"

As the French might say, beaucomp truth here.

Includes "standing in line at the supermarket," "stuff your parents say | what it means," and "the orgasm hunt".

October 03, 2014

This is Fark at its best

"Japanese bullet train turns 50. America celebrates by spending another $30 billion in feasibility studies to gain initial insight into possibly spending more money to determine if worth spending even more money to do more feasibility studies."

Every adult should Fark a little.

"26 Things That Prove Pizza Is Essential To Feminism"

Score one for feminism.

September 27, 2014

"Mighty Mites Crash Into Banner"

"Nothing gets a football team fired up for a big game like running past its cheering fans and smashing through a sign to enter the field -- except when the banner wins."

UPDATED: Working link. Thanks, Faul.

September 25, 2014

"Do You Have Any Clue What Major U.S. Cities Look Like?"

I scored 10 out of 14.

September 22, 2014

"Judgmental Maps"

"Your city. Judged."

Not for the politically correct or the overly sensitive.

I'm neither, and I laughed.

September 21, 2014

"How to Win at Jeopardy! According to the King of Jeopardy!"

Master the rhythm of the buzzer

September 19, 2014

"Buddhist Extremist Cell Vows To Unleash Tranquility On West"

The Onion, of course.

September 18, 2014

Syllabus for "Soc 710: Social Theory Through Complaining"


Each week we will focus on something grad students complain about when forced to take theory.

Link via Vox.

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