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TTP | Down With Disease? (Flu Shots) - The Toilet Paper TTP | Down With Disease? (Flu Shots) - The Toilet Paper Unlike Congress, the flu shot is just one prick that affects your annual well-being. Like choosing a presidential candidate, deciding whether or not to get a flu shot is a personal decision. Everyone has an opinion and theory about the flu-shot. Some believe it is worse for you than the flu, some believe it is a seasonal necessity, and some believe it’s a government mind-control drug that allows people to be entertained by Two and a Half Men. While we’re not big fans of needles or having to roll our finely pressed sleeves up over our bulging guns, we always get one for two simple reasons: Nothing is worse than being sick on a snow day, and influenza can kill your ass. [Join the conversation about ... flu shots.]
Weird Al Yankovic - 'Alpocalypse' (album stream) • Click Hear By Josiah Hughes Truly in a category all his own, famed parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic has had a whirlwind career since releasing his self-titled debut in 1983, and he still remains relevant today. His 13th studio album, , is set to hit stores later this month, but we've arranged a stream of the whole thing right here in Click Hear. is Weird Al's first studio album since 2006's and sees the artist putting his goofy take on hits from T.I., Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, B.o.B and, of course, Lady Gaga, along with Al's usual batch of well-written original tracks and another one of his famed polkas. Weird Al Yankovic - 'Alpocalypse' (album stream) • Click Hear
Vampire arrest sparks discussion on pop culture By Deborah Quinn Hensel HOUSTON Thu Aug 18, 2011 11:28am EDT HOUSTON (Reuters) - The arrest of an American man who broke into a woman's house and tried to suck her blood over the weekend has sparked discussion about the impact of vampire books and movies on youth culture. Whether pop culture played a role in the attack remains to be seen, as 19-year-old Lyle Monroe Bensley awaits a psychiatric evaluation in jail on burglary charges in Galveston, Texas. Found growling and hissing in a parking lot and wearing only boxer shorts, the pierced and tattooed Bensley claimed he was a 500-year-old vampire who needed to "feed," Galveston Police Capt. Vampire arrest sparks discussion on pop culture
Snake that crashed funeral up for adoption PITTSBURGH Mon Aug 22, 2011 11:24am EDT PITTSBURGH (Reuters) - A 6-foot (1.83-meter) long tropical snake that showed up uninvited at a Pennsylvania memorial service in May has been nursed back to health and put up for adoption, an animal rescue official said on Friday. The red tail boa constrictor was found near a parking area at Hershey Cemetery in central Pennsylvania as guests gathered for a funeral. The snake, which was not aggressive, was later handed over to Forgotten Friend, a reptile sanctuary. Snake that crashed funeral up for adoption
MIAMI Thu Sep 15, 2011 11:54am EDT MIAMI (Reuters) - A Brazilian man who was caught at Miami airport trying to smuggle seven baby pythons and three baby tortoises concealed in his underwear and pockets was fined $400 by a U.S. judge on Wednesday. Simon Turola Borges, 30, who had been detained since August 25, pled guilty to smuggling and was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Patricia A. Snakes in underwear smuggler fined $400 Snakes in underwear smuggler fined $400
Reindeer herder finds baby mammoth in Russia Arctic Reindeer herder finds baby mammoth in Russia Arctic MOSCOW Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:17am EDT MOSCOW (Reuters) - A reindeer herder in Russia's Arctic has stumbled on the pre-historic remains of a baby woolly mammoth poking out of the permafrost, local officials said on Friday. The herder said the carcass was as perfectly preserved as the 40,000-year-old mammoth calf Lyuba discovered in the same remote region four years ago, authorities said, adding that an expedition had set off hoping to confirm the "sensational" find. "If it is true what is said about how it is preserved, this will be another sensation of global significance," expedition leader Natalia Fyodorova said in a statement on the Arctic Yamalo-Nenetsk region's official website. Scientists planned to fly the mammoth's remains to the regional capital Salekhard, where it would be stored in a cooler to prevent the remains from decomposing. Giant woolly mammoths have been extinct since the Earth's last Ice Age 1.8 million to around 11,500 years ago.
Now Playing On Breitbart TV Featured Contributors The shootings at a Jewish community center in suburban Kansas City have now been officially deemed a hate crime, officials said on Monday. by Warner Todd Huston 14 Apr 2014 4 A shortage of whitefish in the Great Lakes region resulting partly from the winter deep freeze is coming at an inconvenient time for Jewish families: the Passover holiday, when demand is high because it's a key ingredient in a traditional recipe. from AP 14 Apr 2014 4 California State Senator Leland Yee, who has been charged with wire fraud and conspiring to import firearms, may be facing new charges from the federal government. by William Bigelow 14 Apr 2014 89 Arab American Institute President and Democrat strategist James Zogby has a warning for the Democrat Party. » Schakowsky: Americans ‘Don’t Deserve to Keep’ All Their Money - Big Government

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Michael Ramirez Political Cartoons – Political Humor, Jokes, and Pictures Updated Daily - Monday, August 29, 2011 - 91256
On Tuesday, Glenn Beck explained and defended why he’s not a fan of using the term African American. Almost immediately, those comments led to several articles throughout the mainstream media blasting him. On Wednesday, then, Beck took time to explain why those articles misconstrued what he said. The biggest offender according to Beck? The Huffington Post. In a piece titled “Glenn Beck: Term ‘Colored’ Is ‘Not A Bad Thing,’ ‘African American’ Is ‘Ridiculously Stupid’ (AUDIO),” HuffPo said beck “insisted” that “‘colored’ was a better term.” Beck Slams Huffington Post for ‘Colored’ Race Comments Story Beck Slams Huffington Post for ‘Colored’ Race Comments Story
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'That's What She Said' Algorithm Created After Steve Carell's Departure From 'the Office'
President Obama's jobs plan | The definition of insanity: President Obama's 'jobs plan' President Obama's jobs plan | The definition of insanity: President Obama's 'jobs plan' The definition of insanity (hat-tip to Albert Einstein) is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. So, what do you call it when a flailing U.S. administration, with a 26% approval rating for its handling of the economy, keeps trotting out the same failed economic policies? Do they honestly expect different results? The government tried to jumpstart the economy with a fiscal stimulus, which didn’t work.
New York City Public School Sex Education Causes Stir for Parents’ Rights In 2004, NPR reported a poll, conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, as finding that “the debate over whether to have sex education in American schools is over.” The poll found that only 7 percent of parents believed sex ed should not be taught in school and that “parents are generally content with whatever sex education is offered.” But today, seven years later, it appears the debate does continue. In August, the New York Times reported that for the first time in two decades, New York City public school students would be required to take a semester sex ed in either the 6th or 7th grade and a second class in the 9th or 10th grade. New York City Public School Sex Education Causes Stir for Parents’ Rights
Obama to Announce Housing, Student Loan Changes Without Congress This summer, Obama mentioned twice that he would like to circumvent Congress when it comes to pushing his agenda. Now, according to Reuters and the Associated Press it seems he is doing it. “President Barack Obama this week will announce a series of actions to help the economy that will not require congressional approval,” Reuters reports, “including an initiative to make it easier for homeowners to refinance their mortgages, according to a White House official.” It should be noted that not everything the president does needs congressional approval.
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Top Republican presidential contender Herman Cain said Sunday the 2012 race is “absolutely not” a factor in the 2012 campaign, and that the support he has is based on voters liking his ideas, not his skin color. Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Cain reiterated the fact that he prefers the term “black American” to “African American.” Cain’s race has been the target of prominent black leaders and other commentators, some attacking him for not being “authentically” black due to his conservative politics. Herman Cain ‘Black American’ | 999 Would Cost Some People More | Neoconservative | Impossible Dream
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