Things: Creepy and Otherwise


 The pictures of these Jakarta street apes wearing baby doll parts are like demented Calvin Klein ads from Hell.

Besides being just a bit creepy, sometimes clowns are deadly. Especially true if you are a certain Mexican drug lord.

German dogs are in danger of overdosing on drug-addict feces.

The Navy’s newest warship, the USS Zumwalt,  is designed for stealth, survivability, firepower… oh, and it runs on Linux.

Aaron’s Inc., a rent-to-own retailer, has agreed to stop using software to secretly spy on and photograph computer-rental customers’ “intimate activities.”

This must mean it’s The Future now: finally, a flying car that actually looks pretty cool.

In 1993, a team lead by Carl Sagan announced the discovery of life on Earth.

Professor Adam Grant of The Wharton School thinks that the study of economics can make greed seem morally acceptable.

A Florida model tried using the old “he kept walking into my knife” defense. It didn’t impress the judge.

Experts have found the first venomous crustacean – a centipede-like creature that lives in underwater caves.

There’s no mystery about a video called ‘The Most Horrifying Parasites’. It is a fact that there are no beautiful parasites.

Jon Pertwee’s secret life as a wartime agent… years before he did battle with the Daleks.

Philip K. Dick – The Man Who Remembered the Future. Phil not only questioned everything, but he discovered some amazing Truths along the way.

Sort of a Dick-ish problem: “I told my daughter her living room TV was out of sync. Then I noticed the kitchen telly was also dubbed badly. Suddenly I noticed that her voice was out of sync too. It wasn’t the TV, it was me.”

Wingnut blames President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder for the increase in mass shootings. I’ll bet they’ve got good alibis for most of those.

The Fox News PR department used thousands of ‘sock puppet’ accounts to bury anti-Fox opinions. That sounds ‘fair and balanced’ doesn’t it?

Mississippi Republican Chris McDaniel shared the stage at a new-Confederate event with a historian who says Lincoln was a Marxist.

Alan Grayson compares Tea Party to KKK: ‘If the hood fits, wear it’.


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