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March 5, 2012

20 Tornado Truthers

Apparently there are a group of people who believe a government machine called HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program) controls the weather. Here's what some of these people have to say about this recent round of tornados. Who do you believe?

Meet The Cat Who Saved His Owner's Life

Pudding's tale of quick-thinking and heroism was first reported by The Door County Advocate and he is now on his way to becoming a national feline sensation. This is his amazing story, as told to me by his person, Amy Jung.

Four Super Tuesday Burgers

Dorm Room Dinner has applied its culinary talents to the Republican primary, creating a special hamburger and description — a kind of hamburger attack ad — for each of the candidates who have thrown their hats in the ring. Not sure which one looks tastiest.

14 Pictures The Governor Of Ohio Should See

Governor Kasich has refused immediate federal aid even though both governors of Indiana and Kentucky have accepted it. Here are some pictures he should probably take a look at that might convince him otherwise.

Who Said It: Mitt Romney Vs. Mr. Burns

The geniuses over at MAD created this Mitt Romney vs. Mr. Burns quiz. It makes you wonder if Mr. Burns could build a consensus in the Republican Party faster than Mitt Romney.

Mitch Hedberg Jokes Etched In Wood

Artist Kiersten Essenpreis made these minimalist pieces for Gallery1988's "Is This Thing On?", a show featuring comedian based art. (via twentytwowords.com).

Santorum Also Complained Of Spending His Savings In '06 Race

Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum made the case today that running for President has drained his family's finances. He sought sympathy in 2006 for the same reason, saying "I've got six kids and they're young. I've got a 15 year old daughter who is going to be going to college, and there ain't a lot of money in the Santorum bank accounts to send her to college. So there's a lot of things I could be doing that probably financially could be taking better care of my family."

HuffPo Sets The Republican Candidates On Fire

Judging by the Huffington Post's front page this morning, the primaries have taken a turn into fiery chaos. The only candidate not fully engulfed in flames is Newt.

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