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How You Can Tell Who The Superheroes Are

Secret identity, schmecret identity. How can you tell who the Lone Ranger, the Phantom, Batman, Daredevil and Green Lantern really are?

Tan lines on the face.

That is all.

My Pants Remind People of Sailboats

When I look at these pants, I am reminded of the many other ways I could have spent $129 sailboats. They look just like an upper-class twit sailboats!

Sailboats!

The Permanent Embarrassment’s

Ice Cream Headache

Sign says what?

I figured it out eventually. Enjoy the cold.

Merry Christmas Stick Figures

Red and green, jolly jolly, ho ho. What happens next?

The Most Absurd News Of The Day

The world is an absurd place, but some things are more absurd than others. Here are the most prominent absurdities in today’s news:

The government of China says it’s absurd for the government of Spain to issue arrest warrants for former Chinese leaders over their role abuses in Tibet.

The Unofficial Apple Weblog declares it [...]

A Snake In The Leaves

My springtime mind advises that, if I do not rake the leaves out of my flower beds before snow covers the ground, the spring bulbs may have a difficult time getting enough sunlight to grow well in March. My autumn mind bends down to observe the thin tail of a garter snake disappearing under the [...]

Can You Spot The Fake Ethnography?

One of the following titles is not from a real ethnography. Can you pick the fake study?

Sociable robots, jazz music, and divination: Contingency as a cultural resource for negotiating problems of intentionality.

You Have Dislodged a Boulder: Mothers and Prisoners in the Post Keynesian California Landscape.

Legos, gummy bears and helplessness: Facilitating ethnic identity [...]

Data Mining The First Grade

Last night, my wife and I received the papers you see here as a part of our first.grader’s information packet. The children’s magazine Highlights would give the.classroom a thousand stickers in exchange for our names, address, telephone numbers and email addresses.

There was no promise that the information would not be shared, or used [...]

On Civil Rights anniversary, Where was the GOP?

The Washington Post notes that despite receiving invitations, Republican members of Congress were entirely absent from the Washington, DC event commemorating the 50th anniversary of the march on Washington to demand civil rights for all Americans regardless of race (source: http://wapo.st/17n2xGG).

Where were they? I can’t answer for all GOP senators or representatives who chose [...]

Apparently Nausea is an Attractive Coffee Thing

She seems to need a bucket.