The French essayist Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) was a cat fancier and is known to have a kitten named Blanche. Among Montaigne’s contributions to literature were a number of observations about cats—such as no matter how much they fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens. He also quipped: “When I play with my […]
See! I've been saying this for a long time! Just because you find life elsewhere in the solar system doesn't mean it started out there. It may have started *here.* GET THE STORY.
I didn't check to see if the ladies' room had the Spanish word for "cowgirls" on it's sign. (Yes, I know "caballeros" also means "gentlemen"–and that the usage I am alluding to technically means "horsemen." I was still struck by the sign.)
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Y'know, I can't remember seeing these on store shelves in California. Certainly not in these quantities.
Although the Dutch school official quoted in the story seems to think that it's genuine. Uh, right. The crop formation of a pipe-smoking grey alien with dots coming out of its head. I wonder what the Dutch school official has been smoking. GET THE STORY.
Great. Now I've got "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" running through my head. I just hope they don't find a planet covered with strawberries, 'cause then . . . nevermind. GET THE STORY.
They're sterile? They're adhesive pads? They're absorbent? They offer large wound protection? They're latex free? Aw, forget all that! These things are SHEER!
Actually, we already have memory suppressing drugs. For example, Versed is often used on patients about to undergo a medical procedure where they don't want to put the patient under but they also want the patient relaxed and not to have a memory of the event in case it proves traumatic. What we don't have […]
Wow! That's right neighborly of them! Of course if each sunflower seed in those bags counts as an item then this may not be as impressive a claim. (Seen in a local pharmacy.)