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January 15, 2015

"Backwash"

"I tried a Japanese wonder toilet. Americans need to drastically rethink the way we clean our butts."

January 14, 2015

"This List Proves You're Never Too Old To Do Something Amazing"

An example from every age from 1 to 100.

January 13, 2015

"Much Of America Still Hasn't Recovered From The Recession"

Interesting map, by counties.

January 12, 2015

"Which City Has The Most Unpredictable Weather?"

Least predictable: Rapid City, SD. The second and third most predictable cities are San Diego and Los Angeles.

Which reminds me of the wisecrack about the Best Job in the World: southern California weatherman. "Just like the last 732 days, tomorrow'll be sunny and nice."

January 10, 2015

"What NYC's Most Famous Fictional Apartments Would Cost In Real Life"

Interesting, but unfortunately doesn't include the huge places the mostly impoverished 20-somethings on Girls inhabit.

January 08, 2015

"The Aral Sea's Disappearing Act"

Another one of life's little mysteries is why environmentalists don't understand how awful, generally, the Commies were on the environment.

January 07, 2015

"Scientists Only Just Figured Out Where Fat Goes When You Lose Weight"

I had no idea, but your mileage may vary.

"A New Shield Against Grammar Naziism: Science!"

Is "very unique" possible? The answer seems to be more complicated than I had thought.

January 06, 2015

"Most Popular How-To Guides of 2014"

Including "I'm a Telemarketer. Here's How to Get Rid of Me" and "How to Stop Giving a F*ck What People Think".

January 03, 2015

"The World Genius Directory"

List of people, most with contact information, with supposedly documented "genius" IQs. (Though for a reason unknown to me some listed seem be below the cutoff.)

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