Seagulls have attacked Michael D. Higgins, the president of Ireland, and he plans to strike back. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a seagull is “a large, common, usually grey and white bird that lives near … Read moreThe Rise of the Seagull: ‘It’s like something out of a Hitchcock movie’
Making fun of the headlines today, so you don’t have to The news doesn’t need to be complicated and confusing; that’s what any new release from Microsoft is for. And, as in the case with … Read moreRipping the Headlines Today, 1/2/14
Could Kim Jong-Un have been unduly influenced by Dennis Rodman? Kim Jong-Un has not made a public appearance for more than three weeks and now some experts have offered a possible explanation: the leader desperately … Read moreKim Jong-Un Speculation: Undergoing Sex Change?
Faithbook: The blessed social network Undoubtedly, Facebook has been the top tool for social networking up to now, but a new and arguably more innovative social networking alternative has emerged courtesy of the Vatican. If you’re looking … Read moreForget Facebook, Think Faithbook
Keeping and impressing your friends on Facebook is a real art: Here’s how to do it. 1. Send gaming invites every day. This is probably the most crucial aspect of getting (and keeping) friends. Candy … Read more10 Step Guide: How to Win Facebook Friends and Influence Virtual People
George RR Martin pontificates on his unique style of writing Obsessive Game of Thrones fans are truly worried about their beloved author, George RR Martin. Why? Well, he doesn’t look so great. He’s obese, he’s … Read moreGame of Groans: George RR Martin Health in Question
Germany won the football game, but how did Brazil score their extra point? The American public was shocked yesterday to hear that Germany’s football team successfully defeated host nation Brazil by only scoring a single … Read moreAmericans Confused: Germany Scored One Touchdown to Beat Brazil, 7-1?
Statue of Liberty breaks long silence After more than a century of silence, the Statue of Liberty has finally spoken. Yesterday evening, as the last few tourists ambled around her viewing platforms, she shocked the … Read moreThe Statue of Liberty’s First Message: “My Arm’s Tired”
Figuring out who advances just too much for many World Cup fans Every four years, the World Cup fan base gets smaller and smaller. The reason: mathematics. FIFA estimates that millions of fans from various … Read moreWorld Cup Hemorrhaging Fans Due to Math Skills Prerequisite
Seeking to broaden his horizons, an American tourist visits Italy American tourist and college grad, Richard Head, recently decided it was time to get some culture in his life. Or, in his words, 16th century … Read moreAmerican Tourist in Italy Excited to Visit the ‘Sixteenth Chapel’