As I saw this statue of an elephant sitting in the meditating posture of the Buddha, for sale in a Pier One store, I thought: When are we going to see Pier One sell a giraffe nailed to a crucifix? Why don’t we see that
American conservatives are out on the streets, showing their love for President Barack Obama’s Ebola policy. That’s what I must conclude from the sudden appearance of bumper stickers like this across the nation. On Barack Obama’s watch, after all, there were a handful of cases
Red and green, jolly jolly, ho ho. What happens next?
The National Reconnaissance Office — “a joint Department of Defense – Intelligence Community organization responsible for developing, launching, and operating America’s intelligence satellites” — has launched NROL 39, its latest payload of classified spy satellites. For every launch, it develops a unique badge and motto.
14 year old Jessica Perry of Jacksonville, Florida has seen the image of Jesus in a piece of hard candy: The young, enterprising believer wants to sell the candy on eBay. Praise be! But hey, look what I saw this morning on my kitchen counter:
The Invisible Pink Unicorn: it’s not pink, it’s not invisible, and it looks more like a hummingbird to me. Is the invisibility, the lack of pinkness, and the impossibility of a pink invisible thing purposeful? The Invisible Pink Unicorn is both an icon meant to