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Tiffany’s Is Selling “Ordinary” Objects This Christmas, Like a $9,000 Ball of Yarn

The super rich people in this country now have so much money that apparently they’ll spend ANY AMOUNT on anything, no matter how STUPID it is.  And oh baby, these are stupid. Tiffany’s just decided to branch out from selling moderately overpriced jewelry to sell insanely overpriced, quote, “ordinary objects.”  Here are some examples . […]

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President Trump’s Twitter Went Down for 11 Minutes Yesterday

  For a few minutes, it was as if God had answered the prayers of millions of Americans:  PRESIDENT TRUMP’sTwitter account went down for several minutes.  It looked like he’d either abandoned it, or been kicked off. But that wasn’t the case.  Twitter said, quote, “Earlier today [Trump’s] account was inadvertently deactivated due to human error […]

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Here’s How Much Black Licorice It Would Take to Kill You

Black licorice is DEADLY.  It tries to warn you with its terrible taste.  But if you just plow through and keep eating it anyway . . . well, you actually MIGHT overdose on the stuff.     Black licorice has a chemical compound called glycyrrhizin.  (Pronounced gliss ur RYE zin.)  And if you have too much […]

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Six Halloween Costumes and What They Say About Your Personality

A survey asked people about different Halloween costumes, and what they think each one SAYS about the person who’s wearing it.  Here are six costumes and what people THINK they say about you . . .     1.  A superhero.  42% of people think it means you’re athletic.     2.  A pop culture-inspired […]

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Is This the Definitive List of the Best Halloween Candies?

We see multiple lists every year that CLAIM to be the definitive list of the best Halloween candies.  But this might really be it.     FiveThirtyEight.com had a computer randomly match up 86 different candies with each other.  It generated 269,000 matchups . . . over 8,300 people voted . . . and the […]

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