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May 08, 2017

SO YOU CAN SPEND ETERNITY INFESTED WITH SQUIRRELS

The biodegradable burial pod that turns your body into a tree

(Thanks to Le Petomane)

YOU KNOW YOU WANT THE T-SHIRT

This is Pleasant Hill school.  It's about a five minute drive from State College PA.  This sign does not explain who gave it it's more popular name, but I'm guessing drunken Penn State students, although I realize "drunken Penn State students" is redundant.

-- Gerry Studzinski

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GUYS IN ACTION

‘My brother’s changed his photo on the staircase to Kim Jong-un and my mum still hasn’t noticed after 2 weeks,’ he tweeted.

(Thanks to Ralph)

FLORIDA MOTORIST OF THE WEEK SO FAR

A Fort Walton Beach man and his son were startled Friday morning when a neighbor’s car backed into their living room.

The driver blamed her flip-flops.

(Thanks to DaninDallas)

LOST AND FOUND

Beach that washed away 33 years ago reappears overnight after freak tide dumps hundreds of tons of sand right back where it used to be

(Thanks to James Flynn, who says: "Does not say where it has been for the last 33 years. Denies drinking problem.")

THE APOCALYPSE

It's here.

(Thanks to Janice Gelb)

PRANK OF THE WEEK SO FAR

Man has eel removed from body after prank went wrong and it swam up his anus

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

Note: We vaguely recall recently posting another item involving an eel up a guy's butt, but we are too lazy to check very busy so we're going to go ahead and post this. Just in case, judi will be fired. 

SO IT'S SETTLED

Tequila could be good for your bones, according to science

(Thanks to Jim Kenaston)

CSI: JERSEY

A life-size Ronald McDonald statue stolen from a McDonald’s in New Jersey last month has been found.

(Thanks to Jon Harris)

WAIT... WHAT?

I, therefore, juxtapose feminist posthumanist theories and feminist food studies scholarship to demonstrate how eastern fox squirrels are subjected to gendered, racialized, and speciesist thinking in the popular news media as a result of their feeding/eating practices, their unique and unfixed spatial arrangements in the greater Los Angeles region, and the western, modernist human frame through which humans interpret these actions.

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko, Joanne Fineberg and maryann)

 
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