Harvard Law Student Sends Racist Email to Clarify Racist Comments
Stephanie Grace, a 3rd year Harvard Law student, sends out an email clarifying her comments at a dinner about how African Americans are genetically predisposed to be dumber. She includes brilliant arguments backing up her assertion, like the Irish being more predisposed to have red hair, African Americans having darker skin, and the fact that her babies would be geniuses and beautiful individuals whether she raises them or gives them to "an orphanage in Nigeria". If you needed more proof that you can be a total idiot and make it through Harvard Law, this is it.
Homosexual Proclivities of the Animal Kingdom
In honour of the new gay swan couple at the world's only swannery, a quick look at the more "alternatively lifestyled" species of the animal kingdom. From gay gray whale orgies to monogamous lesbian snow monkeys, the animal kingdom is rife with homosexual antics. Kinda blows the "against nature" argument out of the water.
Top 10 Most-Complained-About Books In 2009
The American Library Association has released their list of the books most challenged by parents in 2009. Apparently parents still think that 1) their kids don't watch television; 2) their kids actually use libraries; and 3) their kids can READ. Of course Twilight makes the list, but surprisingly not because of the shittacular writing.
Snowbanking: The Russian Equivalent of Jackass
Some dudes get really bored and decide to spend their evening jumping off a five-story building into a snow drift in the town of Magadan in Far Eastern Russia. Now this is an activity I wouldn't mind seeing some Congressmen and Senators in D.C. engage in... minus the snowbank.
Science of Sick, Part 2: How Fast Is A Sneeze?
Your sneeze can produce 40,000 infectious aerosol droplets, which travel at speeds of anywhere between 47 mph and 649 mph. Oddly, science hasn't apparently devoted a lot of timing finding out the actual speed of your airborne mucus, but it varies by your age and the size of the sneeze in question.