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Hankering for Yahoo Pyramids? Find the Kobash solution

Every now and then, when the world’s a bit much to take, some people take to church. Some people meditate. Some people chant. I play cards. There’s something about the rhythm of a game of solitaire that wonderfully clears the mind of whatever came before it. When I put down those cards, I’m ready to […]

Imagine the Bag

By hand, magnet or forklift?

 

Itch, Scratched. Ouch.

Oh, I’ve been wanting to do that for a long time. Now that I’ve done the deed, I can’t shake the feeling that I’m closer to insufferable than the sign ever was.

[…]

Butter Terror

If peanut butter is made from peanuts, and almond butter is made from almonds, and apple butter is made from apples, then body butter is made from…

I found this in my hotel room this morning. Somebody call the police.

Do not use rest room out of order!

I certainly intend to comply. If you do it out of order, who knows what might happen.

93 Words that Will Bring an Atheist to Their Knees (And This Atheist Has to Admit They DID!)

Today Christian shares “93 Words That Will Bring An Atheist To Their Knees!“:

Dear Lord,

I pray today that you would touch the heart of my friend who does not acknowledge your existence.

Let the spirit of pride, doubt and unbelief leave their minds. Let their hearts be tender to the words that would be […]

Dubious

Ew. Here, Smell This

After viewing this turducken comic, I will never again feel entirely whole.

Sajak This!

Can you capture the style of Pat Sajak in your own outburst? Let’s try together. […]

How No Screen Week Worked For Me

You may not have heard, but this week was Screen-Free Week – an observance to deal with the growing length of Screen Time. It seems that, year after year, the climate in which we are raising their kids has been supporting a longer period of screen use.

I remember fondly the days when I was […]

New Frontier in Weather Science Emerges, Thanks to Anti-Gay Politico?

A tip of the pen to Fred Clark for bringing my attention to the hubbub surrounding the recent declaration by UK Independence Party (UKIP) politician David Silvester that massive flooding in the UK was a direct consequence of the decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the nation.

Reaction to this claim includes the usual outrage, […]