"Perhaps the most ambitious idea for retaliation for the Syrian chemical attack is to air drop DVD copies of 'The Room,' the derided and ironically loved movie starring and directed by Tommy Wiseau."
The image above helpfully explains the "snafu" of the false ballistic missile attack warning that occurred in Hawaii on Saturday, January 13. The image is from this Washington Post story that states: Pushing the “wrong button” was the explanation provided in
There exists a subclass of human being, who do nothing to change their environmental malpractices but go about demanding others change their ways. They demand others support the impoverished but they themselves offer nothing by way of alms-giving. Likewise, there exists
This column has 1187 words. I wrote it to elicit 12 chuckles, three guffaws and seven moments of insightful clarity. There are six paragraphs designed to make you, dear readers, question pre-conceived notions, three paragraphs that will confirm your biases,
If you’ve ever paid attention in your high school history class, chances are you’ve heard the term Manifest Destiny before. For those who don’t know, Manifest Destiny is a term first coined in 1845, describing an attitude amongst Americans that,
Being Libertarian is back from our definite hiatus, and I thought I’d comment on some things that happened during my summer vacation. (Editor's Note: Fake spoilers for Dunkirk below.) I saw Dunkirk. I’m a big fan of Christopher Nolan’s films; he’s
Editor's Note: The following is a story Ernest Hemingway had been writing at the time of his death in Ketchum, Idaho. It is part of a collection of stories heretofore unpublished, being released this summer by his estate. Throngs of peasants,
I have a co-worker who is of Puerto Rican descent. His name is Luis. We're about the same age. He's been married 20 years. He and his wife work, and their eldest son has just started college. We were both