If I had all the time in the world, I would start a website called Pimp My Prius.
An initiative that would ban male circumcision in San Francisco officially made the ballot yesterday. It was written by a San Diego-based nonprofit group, MGMbill.org (MGM=Male Genital Mutilation), and promoted by a flamboyant group of “intactivists” who’ve marched in the city’s gay pride parades.
I too am subletting my apartment this summer. And I have only one cat. Does that my my apartment more or less attractive?
Craigslist Apartment Listing of the Day: At first I was like “I’m not sure,” but then I saw Apina was knowledgeable and the Roombas had names and was like, “dear god please pick me.”
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10 CEOs who got rich by squeezing their workers.
An online biology textbook up for approval by the Texas State Board of Education is drawing fire from scientific and education groups for tacitly pushing creationism. Created by the obscure, New Mexico-basedInternational Databases LLC, the textbook seeks to justify the existence of a higher being while avoiding direct mention of God or the Bible. The Texas Freedom Network, which monitors the religious right in Texas, said in apress release that its adoption by the SBOE would be “a shocking leap backward.”
From the website of Coal Cares, a Peabody Coal website that gives away free Justin Bieber-themed asthma inhalers. Too ridiculous to be true, of course.
Schock and Awe!
Hellllooooooooo Congressman! If more congressmen had abs like Representative Aaron Schock of Illinois, our nation’s obesity problem would be solved. Deeply committed to health and fitness, Schock bares his six-pack abs on the June cover of Men’s Health magazine. And if the cover isn’t enough for you, there are more shirtless shots of “America’s fittest congressman” inside. Reason behind the peep show? Schock is challenging America to shape up.
[Men’s Health, the20washington]