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Schoolchildren in Windham, N.H., will no longer be allowed to play dodgeball because of the Sandy Hook tragedy, a New Hampshire school board has decreed. “When I saw the names of some of these (dodgeball) games, unfortunately guys, we live in a world where 20 babies were slaughtered, Windham School Board member Stephanie Wimmer said. [Read More]
After a long, tiring day of endless April Fool’s jokes, don’t worry about what’s for dinner tonight. Houston-based Bullritos has it covered, and this is not a joke. The restaurant chain is giving away one free chicken burrito to every guest from 5 to 8 p.m. on Monday, at all 18 locations. The chain said [Read More]
Anne Hathaway, who has won numerous acting awards in the last three months, is also the hands down winner of Most Annoying Celebrity of 2013, as chosen by readers of this blog. She took an early lead and there was no looking back. Above we take a look at some of the highlights of Anne […] [Read More]
On Monday, 8-year-old Nadine Hairston was hit by an crossbow arrow falling from the sky while she was playing outside the Lawrence Hall Of Science in Berkeley. The arrow lodged deeply in her thigh, but despite the pain she stayed calm on the way to the hospital by singing Taylor Swift songs. This is the [Read More]
In a YouTube video approaching 1.5 million plays, a “9 year old discusses the meaning of life and the universe,” as the title of the video puts it. It’s wonderful. The young lad is so open minded, clear and full of wonder about what our universe might be like and what he doesn’t know, that [Read More]
Put this on the list of “strange but true” stuff we didn’t know about but cause others to get all worked up: “To the Editor: We take serious issue with the dispatch by Mease and Baker on monkey bites among US military members in Afghanistan during 2011. In particular, we are troubled by the first [Read More]