A teacher’s list of banned excuses for not reading the syllabus or being prepared for class. Dear Students, Sometimes I long to return to simpler days of student excuses, when dogs allegedly ate your homework. … Read moreMid-Term Addendum to My Syllabus for Freshman Composition II
The Republican’s latest attempt at a health care plan, as explained by them in this open letter to the public. Okay, so it took us seven years to come up with a deplorable replacement for … Read moreRepublicans Unveil Alt-Health Care Plan 3.0
The Pope is coming: How to be prepared Pay a visit to your local Planned Parenthood for a new prescription for birth control pills. While you’re there, have the abortion you’ve been putting off. Have … Read moreHow to Avoid the Madding Crowds During the Pope’s Trip to the U.S.
‘Eggs Are Back’ – headline in TheAtlantic.com regarding new dietary guidelines Previous Warning: Limit cholesterol-laden eggs to one a week. New Recommendation: Substitute that low-sugar-no-pulp-no-flavor OJ with 16 ounces of eggnog each morning. Lunch: savor … Read moreNew Federal Dietary Guidelines for Dummies, by Dummies
I won’t be an opening act for Lena Dunham’s new book tour. Here’s why. I’m not that kind of girl. I hate taking off my clothes in public. “You shall not etch a tattoo on … Read moreWhy I’m Not Going on the Lena Dunham Circus Book Tour
Or, Why Didn’t I Listen to my Parents and NOT Major in Liberal Arts? Résumé Highlights of Qualifications: · A liberal arts degree from a private elite college, setting my parents back 250,000 bucks · … Read moreRésumé of a Recent College Grad
John B. Gurdon is awarded the Nobel Prize, “the first to clone an animal, a frog.” — The New York Times, October 2012 Thanks to Dr. Gurdon’s groundbreaking work, Dolly the Sheep followed Freddie the … Read moreClone Your Own