This morning, a friend of mine shared a link on Facebook, the screenshot of which you see below.
CDC Whistleblower Exposes Ebola Vaccinations Containing RFID Chips? Could this be true? Could the federal government be planning to place tracking chips into Americans’ bodies, under the guise of protection from Ebola?
I have taken [...]
Some people are celebrating the increasing popularity of soccer in the United States. My experience with soccer this weekend, however, has caused me to question this trend.
My daughter asked to join a soccer league this year, because she wanted to be with her friends. There are plenty of other ways for her to be [...]
A plow and an aesthetic sensibility are not mutually exclusive.
The sign does not raise a merely hypothetical concern.
Thank goodness that expectations have been made clear. Fortunately, parking on pickup trucks seems to be okay. Parking on mushroom motorcycles would also be acceptable.
We spend a lot of time here at Irregular Times sharing what we’ve learned — but we have a lot to learn, too. So tonight I’m turning the tables:
What do you know that needs to be shared?
Post a comment here with a tip, a link, or a piece of wisdom. My eyes are [...]
Ah, yes. Thank you, town elders. I have to admit I’ve made the mistake myself. In my foolish youth I often smoked cigarettes while lying down. No, I say to America’s youth, no longer. This practice shall not continue for another generation! The coals and ash will only fall in your eyes! Sit up [...]
Stuck in a long line of non-moving traffic today, it occurred to me that this sign would mean something different entirely if a number replaced the icon at the top.
The Social Security Administration has released the top 1000 girls’ and boys’ names for 2013. Not among them:
Osama Atilla Adolph Vlad Caligula Idi Pol
And while Monica remains in the top 1000 names for girls, every year since, well, herm, the name Monica has become less popular. Last year Monica sunk from its early [...]
A Twitter user who posts under the pseudonym Psychonautic Express warns that, “The more tense you are during a cat accident, the more injury you will incur.”
I’ll try to remember that the next time it looks like I’m heading for an accident involving a cat.
Life is too short to live with regrets.
— Drizzy (@lDrake_YMCMB) April 25, 2014
You know, I wish I had said that first, because aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa….
“At my nativity the front of heaven was full of fiery shapes, of burning cressets; and at my birth the frame and huge foundation of the earth shaked like a coward.”
William Shakespeare was born 450 years ago today.