Yet another work of pure genius.
The meteor that exploded over Chelyabinsk in central Russia on February 15 may contain genetic material that belongs to the elusive but real Pokémon Deoxys, Game Freak board director Junichi Masuda said in a recent blog post (we forgot the URL, sorry!). Continue reading
This article was written in-house by Billy Benign, who has refused to register an account at this time.
If there’s one thing that grinds my gizzard it’s definitely the very idea of Communism. Actually, I have a bigger problem with the pronunciation; “KAH-myoo-nism?” What the duck? It should sound more like the word “communal,” so it would be “kuh-MYOO-nism.” That would at least make it sound 32% less evil. Continue reading
Looks like the Recording Industry Association of America has done it again.
This time, they’ve accused the Smith family’s pet dog for illicit file swapping.
Sometimes, life is real simple. You can go to work (or school), hang out with other employees (students), hook up at the bar (cafeteria) and get busy with a nice chick (your right hand). Other times, however, life dares to be ugly, and it’s even worse when what makes it so just won’t die.
Less than 48 hours ago, a Hostess-brand cupcake was spotted passing by off of the I-62 in Pheonix, Arizona. This is an event that has stunned news reporters all around the world; Hostess Inc. filed for bankruptcy in 2012, and was closed down in November of that year. As a result, all Hostess cupcakes, twinkies, devil dogs and spanky hankies were sent immediately to various Chemical Concentration Camps to be decomposed and disposed of. It seems, however, that one oven-dwelling goldie dared to escape; it is now running rampant on the poor, innocent streets of Pheonix. Continue reading
Well, I guess it’s time to bid Pope Benedict XVI farewell. No, I know what you’re thinking. Il Papa is retiring from public life, and now the Church is popeless. He just retired today in a pretty good ceremony, you know. The last time a pope resigned was in 1415.