Leap out of your desks, bitches.
You shouldn't be here.
MAD SCIENCE10 years ago February 27, 1998 | Sarah McNaught discovered that Boston University’s medical school was still offering live-animal labs for would-be doctors.“AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, spring is the time for first-year medical students to put their textbook learning to the test. Each week, students break up into groups of three and attend three-hour labs in which a professor straps a rabbit to a table, anesthetizes it, cuts it open, and shows the students how various medicinal injections affect the animal’s heart rate and blood pressure.
Happy International Pokémon Day! Since I don’t live in the universe where I could actually break out a Thunder Stone and evolve my Pikachu, I’m going to have to celebrate virtually. Guess I’ll pick up a pair of red suspenders and play Pokémon Red all Misty-style. I’m pretty sure my Game-boy is somewhere, and if there were ever a day to be nostalgic about my childhood, this would be it.
It was born in New York City. But since then, the flash mob whatshamacallit has spread -- so that now these things are just about everywhere. Yes, it seems like with each passing week, another group of people randomly drop their pants while riding public transportation, or engage in a giant city-wide pillow fight or -- and this is my personal favorite -- freeze for a few minutes in some public place.
Mischa Barton pledges allegiance to bacon.
"Pigs are noble creatures, selflessly giving of their delectable flesh — and we need as many of them as we can get." Mike Miliard
Bacon could be plotting to take over pop culture. Bacon. BACON. BACON. Coming soon, a special photoshop story time of celebrities and bacon (IT'S HERE!).
RAIN ON THEIR PARADE5 years agoFebruary 21, 2003| Seth Gitell wondered if the imminent invasion of Iraq could turn into a quagmire of urban combat like the 1993 debacle in Mogadishu, Somalia.“There are scores of optimists (mainly in the Pentagon) who believe the Iraqi army will evaporate into the ether. According to this optimistic scenario, the American entry into Baghdad will resemble the Allied liberation of Paris in 1944.
Wait for it . . .