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Nerd of Batman, sports, logic, Diddy, objectivity, Star Trek, personal enlightenment, Lincoln, the Rays, psychology, mic dropping. Kind've in that order.
-- John McClane has only killed 58 people in the first four Die Hard movies? Yes, that does seem low. But I'll bet tens of millions in damage, maybe he crossed the 9 digit mark.
-- Which plague had bunnies destroying vehicles? The rabbits eat the wires under the hood.
The USDA Wildlife Service is removing at least 100 bunnies every month but the problem persists.
“I see at least dozens every morning. They go hide under the cars and the cars are warm,” said airport shuttle driver Michelle Anderson.
-- Couldn't agree more. I have a very small lexicon of words that make my skin crawl and my spine tingle. This is one of them. I've heard several people refer to the word as "infantilizing." The addition of the suffix "-ies" (or in the singular form, "-y") converts the word into a diminutive. Literally: "little pants." The suffix puts it in the same category as "booties" and "blankies"—words often associated with small children...
Or, on the other hand, is "panties" such a grown-up word that it's too sexy?
-- Verrrrrry intttterrrrrresting. A comparison of Rihanna to the late Princess Diana. Rihanna is in love with the camera, and the camera is in love with her. Not since Diana rocketed from a shy, plump kindergarten aide to a lean, mean fashion machine has there been such a ravishingly seductive flirtation with the world press.
-- Harlem Shake really is Gangsnam Style allllllll over again. Two weeks ago, few people had ever heard New York producer Baauer’s “Harlem Shake,” a frenetic dance thumper stuffed with trancy synths and lion roars that was released last May. But now that the track has gone viral thanks to its ubiquitous meme-status, it’s gained legitimate traction on the chart.
-- While you're preparing for the zombiepocalypse, the aliens are coming, or they're already here, and you're not the least bit prepared! There are three types of extraterrestrials whose existence is generally accepted among alien enthusiasts: "Greys," "Reptilians," and "Nordics." Here's what you should know about each...
-- Five former Celebrity Rehab patients are dead. I don't watch or know much about the show beyond the title, so I'm sure, or hoping, that the show has done some good, but five seems like too much unacceptable blood. In the past 18 months, four of the past 43 participants in VH1’s Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew have died from either drug use or illnesses related to their drug addictions. The tragic roster includes Alice in Chains’ bassist Mike Starr, 44, actor Jeff Conaway, 60, police brutality victim Rodney King, 47, and reality TV star Joey Kovar, 29.
What can I get to put my dog on so he can look out the window? Note, I've got no carpentry skills, so nothing will be built from scratch. Thanks!