Monthly Archives: April 2014

Fetuses Not Qualified As “Renewable Energy”

I’ve been kind of waiting for the other shoe to drop on this one, and now it has: Covanta, which runs the waste-to-energy plant in Brooks, Oregon, blames Marion County – which runs the waste program – while Marion County’s pointing the finger … Continue reading

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Ah Heeheeheehee -PricedOut!

While Portland politicians crow about “landing” Airbnb (while quietly working to change rental rules to accommodate the business), residents in some cities are finding themselves priced out of the market as residential apartments are converted into short-term rentals advertised on Airbnb’s website. … Continue reading

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Throw Another Steak On The Barbie!

Go ahead and splurge; it turns out that most of what you’ve been fed is dead wrong. Not only does an apple a day not keep the doctor away, but grilling your burgers is a-okay. And all that stuff about a … Continue reading

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Cats: We’re Just Not That Into You

Folks have done tons of studies examining the mental characteristics of dogs, chimps, dolphins, fish, octopii, and more (interesting aside: dogs respond when a human points at something; chimps fail miserably). But when it comes to cats, there’s almost nothing; … Continue reading

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Nothing New

The feds, it seems, are slowly beginning to awaken to the fact that airplanes and marathons might be passe as targets for terrorism, though it’d be silly to expect the TSA gropers to quit groping anytime soon. Still, there’s a growing degree … Continue reading

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It’s Only Fitting

MT. VERNON, TEXAS. WHOREHOUSE SUES LOCAL CHURCH OVER LIGHTNING STRIKE. Diamond D’s brothel began construction on an expansion of their building to increase their ever-growing business. In response, the local Baptist Church started a campaign to block the business from … Continue reading

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It was only a matter of time. Drones outfitted with infrared cameras are being used – not by the cops (yet), but by extortionists – to locate marijuana grow-ops. Once discovered, they move in to hit up the grower for … Continue reading

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