Cracked reached out to a group of drug slingers from all walks of life, verified their identities, assured our bosses that 'verifying their identities' didn't mean 'doing coke in the bathroom with them,' and then learned some surprising things .
My work as a mortician and funeral director has exposed me to a part of life that is always in the back of our minds, but that we perpetually shut out. And yes, it gets ugly.
Political propaganda, much like a late-night infomercial, is supposed to make you let someone else screw you over. Sometimes, however, propaganda ends up convincing everyone that the people in positions of power are as dumb as, if not dumber than, everyone else.
These statues prove that a whole bunch of sculptors are clearly using every single ounce of their talent to troll the world as hard as they possibly can.
While you may get some lazy or incompetent faculty, you don't expect these people to be running toddler fight clubs in the basement. And yet ...
Despite the fact that dozens of new slang terms enter the English language on a weekly basis, there are still all sorts of things in our daily lives that just don't have words.
I spoke to Frank Meeink, a former white supremacist, and Michael Kimmel, a professor of sociology, about the men's rights movement, and I found out that it has less in common with any civil rights or equality movement than it does with neo-Nazis.
These words, while offensive to our ears, were at one point perfect examples of sensitivity and political correctness.
Hollywood will leave you ill-prepared for the collapse of society, because it has managed to completely overlook several key aspects of life on post-apocalyptic Earth.
If you think TV and movies make police work sound like fun, well, it is. It can be dangerous, sure, but you sure as hell wind up with some great stories.