In another depressing display of scientific illiteracy, several Republican candidates decided to take jabs at vaccines last night, including Ben Carson–you know, the guy with an actual medical license.
Just read the procedure described above. It describes how alternative medicine practitioner Ernie Hubbard, who set the kale=bad meme rolling earlier this month, tested his suspicion that patients were poisoning themselves with kale. Ah yes, the trusty upside-down-notecard-on-a-desk technique! Where would science be…
Here’s the thing about nature: It will fuck up your shit.
In an article so staggeringly dumb I can barely handle it, economic blogger James Pethokoukis has some very interesting thoughts about cosplayers. Mainly that "Dressing up like Wolverine or Cersei Lannister is probably more fun than scouring the classifieds for menial jobs."
I don't watch Extreme Home Makeover, because I cry really, really easily and I never have enough tissues to handle the end when a family in need gets a house they deserve. But it's a shame I missed this past Sunday's episode, because apparently the Star Wars-loving cosplayers of the Central Texas 501st Legion, also…
Teenage life is filled with nefarious temptations, such as premarital hand-holding, Mad Dog 20/20, and those burgeoning Juggalo communes which have riddled our nation like so many grease-painted termites, spreading their ongoing smear campaign against ferromagnetism.
A new video explains that Harry Potter is trying to teach our kids "legitimate" curses, scary "Latin words," and how to suck blood from dead animals. But he's also Hitler, because of the lightning-bolt-head thing. Seriously, just watch. [Topless Robot]