V.25 No.38 | 09/22/2016
The Daily Word in Horse Sense, Cuss Words and Hypnotic Breast Enlargement
By Joshua Lee [ Sat Sep 24 2016 10:30 AM ]
Want to see a real life Transformer? A Turkish company converted a BMW into one. Watch the video, bro.
A report from Applied Animal Behaviour Science says that horses understand symbols and are apparently self aware. Within 14 days, 23 horses learned how to express if they were cold and wanted a blanket by touching a series of three symbols held by researchers.
So, back in the '90s there was this dude offering breast enlargement through hypnosis. Results were mixed.
It's been driving you crazy for years: Why do some monkeys have blue balls?
This sounds like a great idea: Asteria, the wearable virtual assistant who will actually have a conversation with you. It records all the things you do, and then uses that data to relate with you on a more personal level. Because feeding a machine your most private information is way better than making friends with real people.
Linguist Benjamin Bergen just released his book What the F: What Swearing Reveals About Our Language, Our Brains, and Ourselves, which discusses why cuss words are awesome, and why saying them feels good. Fuck, yeah, it does!
V.21 No.7 |
The Daily Word in Sheriff Joe, the Governor needs a hairdresser and the Death Star IRL
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 22 2012 8:11 AM ]
The Supreme Court will review
R.I.P. journalist Marie Colvin, killed in Syria.
Nuclear inspectors kicked out of Iran.
Elliot Spitzer explains why Mitt Romney's campaign is collapsing.
Gov. Martinez' hair stylist refuses to cut her hair until she changes her stance on gay marriage.
Indiana lawmaker says Girl Scouts are a "radicalized organization" promoting "homosexual lifestyles."
Sheriff Joe Arpaio to release the results of his investigation into President Obama's birth certificate.
Georgia Democrats proposing vasectomy limitations in response to proposed abortion prohibitions.
Producer for "Amazing Race" found dead in Uganda.
Fox News needs a new chart designer.
Waterworld found by the Hubble telescope.
14-year-old about to graduate from college. WHO ARE YOU TRYING TO IMPRESS?
One of the nine disembodied feet discovered on Vancouver shore has been identified.
Long list of ancient computers still being used.
This San Juan Mountain Bigfoot footage "appears" to be authentic.
How many gigs of data does your vibrator hold?
Don't fall for these brainwashing techniques!
Lemmy doesn't want you to buy the $600 Motörhead box set even though it comes with a sweet chrome skull.
A bunch of economic students figured out how much it would cost to build a Death Star.
No one ever likes Worf's dumb ideas on Star Trek TNG.
Have you been looking for a new squirrel recipe?
V.20 No.27 | 7/7/2011
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Maybe Optimus isn’t past his prime; or, how to make the least awful Transformers movie ever
By Devin D. O’Leary
The best defense of the third Transformers movie is that nobody buying a ticket to Transformers: Dark of the Moon believes they’re about to see a great work of cinema. It’s like people who eat deep-fried Kool-Aid at the state fair. (It’s a thing, look it up.) They’re not doing it for the nutritional value. Transformers will kill your brain cells. Guaranteed. But then, so will beer—and we all love that in the summertime. So, perhaps it’s time to re-evaluate the mega-bazillion-dollar super-blockbuster franchise.
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