I assume it's spicy.
December 27, 2012
Now I know what you're thinking, but the name change was not due to feminist fryers. Instead, the real problem was that the original rapeseed oil was so toxic that the FDA banned it for human consumption in 1956.
And rumors that a few Southern Senators from a certain political party (which will go unnamed) have reintroduced it in hopes of combating unwanted sexual advances are completely false. I hope...
December 25, 2012
During the stressful holiday season, leave it to the USPS to up the anxiety level by attacking our precious care packages.
I assume the puncture's placement is supposed to be ironic.
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December 6, 2012
It's nice and all, but $6.99 seems a bit steep. It sure would be a "Christmas to Remember" though.
Dad (to mom): Remember that time your son got me that me that random faded tee-shirt ornament?"
Mom: He's your son too!
Dad: Not after that. A tee-shirt ornament? I mean, really. There had to have been a better alternative. Like a lump of coal or a "World's Best Dad" mug.
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November 15, 2012
This bit of brilliance is brought to you by the US Postal System, a component of the same government responsible for Congressional Act 52 Stat. 351; 5 U.S. Code, Sec. 87a: The designation of Veterans' Day.
Apparently, they don't have access to google, a calendar, or spellcheck.
November 13, 2012
This "Call to Action" has been gaining momentum in the aftermath of the election, and truthfully it's a protest I can endorse. Just as long as I'm still free to eat Papa John's pizza should the urge arise.
And it's drawbridge people. One word. Get it together.
November 11, 2012
November 8, 2012
A reminder to extra-hungry Gainesville, FL Taco Bell patrons: Don't eat the counter. Or the sign. Or something.
No wonder these people take twice as long as the rest of the country to vote. BTW Florida: the election's over.
November 6, 2012
Back into investigative reporting mode, our team uncovered a difficult to spot bit of signage:
We dug deeper to uncover this:
Unsatisfied, we tossed the bottles aside.
Aha! It all made sense. But the clear message was being rudely ignored by a pile of sweaters.
Unable to stand by idly in the face of injustice, our reporter asked an employee of the unnamed-for-legal-reasons establishment: "Why?" "Why would anyone treat a member of the electorate, or at least electricate, with such disdain?"
The answer was simple: "The outlet doesn't work."
November 4, 2012
First off, no employment application system should be named "EasyChair."
Secondly, let's chill on the exclamation marks. I'm glad my user name is available, but what's with the "Hello!"? A bit much, if you ask me.
Finally, I understand different cultures have different naming systems, but I think we can all figure out how to divide our names without a help article.