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All too often, ideas are sucked dry and left to die in a soggy gutter.
Take the following, supposedly efficient methods of fighting constant surveillance. Seriously, take them and use them in public.
Yes, I had shingles, and, as I was about to find out, even though everyone has sorta heard of it and a third of Americans get it during their lifetime, most people don't really have a good handle on what shingles is.
Never be these people.
Just, you know, with less drugs.
Everyone grows up to realize what a friggin' idiot they once were.
To get down on our knees and grovel over every little disaster we've caused would take all day; is it cool if we just apologize for the Top 5?
When done wrong, we end up with hilariously failed propaganda campaigns.
We're here to tell you about the creeps who used the respectability granted to them by their diplomas and white coats (mostly the white coats) to do horrible things.
Ever since someone from the days of VCRs discovered the joy found by rewinding certain scenes over and over again, life has been much more hilarious.
We just want this up here as a reference in case the government ever catches on to our knockoff Pokemon business.
In his new column going up tomorrow, David Wong uses the hilariously outdated Billy Joel song 'We Didn't Start The Fire' to illustrate a confounding problem with dominant white and western culture.
In his new column going up tomorrow, David Wong uses the hilariously outdated Billy Joel song 'We Di...
Sometimes, people who have near-death experiences report going in a different direction.
The next time my shrink smugly asks about my woods/children practices, I'll be ready with an answer.
I don't want to oversell myself, but I think that over the next two pages we're going to solve this problem forever.
Look, 'Piranha II' was his best film. Just deal with it.
Anyone who tells you only those with a formal education will find success should be kicked right in pants.
Sometimes being an impending blood explosion is wacky, sometimes it's terrifying, but it's rarely ever dull.