http://www.catiqtest.org/ is a place where cat owners can apply a real IQ test to their cats and make their own contribution to 8th grader pioneering research. Are cats as dumb/smart as they seem?
You don’t see the commie kids taking the summer months off to snooze, booze and get tattoos. They’re all busy doing mandatory military service, working on beet farms and learning how to disassemble field rifles.
During April 2001 one of the world’s great secrets was revealed: an ancient structure or apparatus that lay encased miles under the hard Antarctic ice was detected by a roving spy satellite. The US military immediately moved to quash the reports and the mainstream news media dutifully complied.
Despite the news blackout, reports still surfaced that a secretive excavation project had commenced on the heels of the discovery. Some European countries formally protested the excavation by the US military.
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The term “mad scientist” conjures up images of Dr. Frankenstein in his laboratory trying to reanimate the macabre quilt that was Frankenstein’s Monster. While Dr. Frankenstein and modern day “mad scientists” may not have much in common, they do share one passion: pushing the boundries of accepted science. We call them “mad scientists” here not because they are crazy and share insane delusions, but because they pursue what most scientists would call “pseudosciences”…
Just like during the declining years of the Roman Empire, most people that live in the U.S. are spoiled, decadent and completely addicted to entertainment.
In fact, 63 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 24 cannot find Iraq on a map and 90 percent of Americans in that same age group cannot find Afghanistan on a map.
We’ve got a lot of work to do.
No, the mutated animals will not be giant radioactive ants or grasshoppers like 1950s monster movies. But they can be terribly mutated monstrosities with DNA horribly twisted by nuclear poisoning.
Things of horror emerged from the southwestern desert after the early atomic tests by the U.S. military. Although much was hushed up, some of the mutated terrors leaked into scientific reports of the time.
Russian scientists discovered first hand the nuclear nightmare world of mutants in the months following the Chernobyl disaster. Although the radioactive plume drifted around the world, the most severe impact was seen in the region of the reactor and adjacent countryside. Not only plants and animals, but humans too were mutated.
That’s right - this story is NOT a hoax…
It’s hard enough to live without a world catastrophe spoiling your whole day. But what can you do? Mother Earth’s thrown everything it has at life for millions of years.
Just when you thought it was safe to go outside some new disaster hits. And nowadays it seems the disasters are bigger, more frequent, and creeping closer, ever closer.
After seeing what may be in store for all of us it might make you wish you could just live in peace—say on the Moon.
Every Twitter and Facebook page from inside and outside of the revolutions taking place in the Middle East and North Africa. Listed by country, it’s comprehensive and great for bloggers, citizen journalists, etc.
They came, they saw, they took it all. Welcome to the world where thieves have no honor, and those who hone their talents hammering the rest of us are lavishly rewarded. Hard times can be good times — for the aggressively avaricious.
One minute and seven seconds. A big fat cat named Maru. A big cardboard box. And possibly the cleanest apartment you’ve ever seen. That’s all it is. That’s all you need. Just trust. Oh, and there’s a slow motion version, too.
We really don’t think we can put it any better than a commenter at YouTube: “…he understands something that not many kids do,and even some older people such as yourself. how to show appreciation for a dirty bass pattern via the art of screwface.”
They say art communicates that which cannot be said with words. If that’s the case, then what are words which cannot communicate what is being said? Or, rather, what is communicated by words that cannot say anything? Well, anyway, only Basil Marceaux–or, rather, Basil Marceauxdotcom–Tennessee Republican candidate for governor knows. Here he is in his own “words.” Have a nice day.
Not Necessarily the News was a great, offbeat, alternative HBO sketch comedy show in the early ‘80’s. See, the ‘80’s weren’t so bad!
Kassem G takes the person-on-the-street interview to that hilarious, awkward place that Generation Next loves so well.
The best performance at Coachella wasn’t on stage, but out in the crowds. Watch in amazement as Drunk Coachella Guy engages in mortal combat with a pair of unholy flipflops.
Sure, making fun of Icelandic words is a little like taking candy from a baby, or mocking Tiger Woods. That’s what’s so great about it. Even when it’s a devastating volcano! Thanks to Huffington Post for this great reel.
Here’s a great take on the vlog. Sharky answers your questions that you leave on his voicemail and uses your voice in his video answers. So why do you eat people, Sharky? AWKWARD.
Hey, iPads are a hot topic. And cats are cute. We’re not too proud to admit that we’re jumpin’ on Iggy’s bandwagon. If you watch it on Funny Patrol, we’ll show you other cute cat videos, too.
Shocking gotcha on The Dish as sexy Old Spice commercial man Isaiah Mustafa is confronted with his lovechild.