Where comedy is job one.
If you didn’t already know, “Web 2.0″ is the term everyone’s using to hide the fact that all the good domain names are taken. Oh, they’ll feed you some line of B.S. about “moving desktop applications to the web,” but the fact remains that a good domain is rarer than soap on a Frenchman. Here’s proof: Read more »
The importing of Canadian softwood lumber into the United States remains the single largest point of contention between these two nations.
Government officials on both sides of the issue are exercising caution with their soundbites but as the dispute rages on, other folks more directly affected by the dispute aren't mincing words. Read more »
If this thing could talk it would surely say, "Kill me, kill me now. Every moment of my existence is pure agony!
Today we bring you a letter from a movie theater owner. His name has been intentionally changed for the sake of anonymity and ironic effect...
"My name is P.J. McMoneyGrubber and I own a movie theater. It's fairly typical as far as movie theaters go; I've got eighteen screens, twelve managers and some thirty teenagers working the floors for minimum wage, all to ensure that you get the best possible moviegoing experience your almost 15-dollar ticket will allow. Read more »
We've got one thing to say to you, Ghyslain Raza: You blew it.
Yes, your little wiener friends were wrong to take that video of you dancing around with a broomstick like it was a lightsaber and then post it on the Internet; and yet in so doing they made you a star, giving you a title with the kind of instant recognition that most camwhores would kill for — The Star Wars Kid. Read more »
Medical News Today (the most trusted website covering Today's Medical News) published the results of American Heart Journal's research carried out on some 1,800 heart bypass patients, and the God-fearing churchies who prayed for their recovery. Read more »
Now me, I can barely make out the difference between the two, but apparently a country called "Australia," which is also a continent and located in something called the Southern Hemisphere, came up with this deliberately cheeky tourism campaign: