Embarrassed by their association with Americans following the election of Donald J. Trump as president, U.S. domestic cats on Thursday seized a 90-thouand-acre parcel of mostly rural land in southwestern Missouri and proclaimed it the Republic of Catistan.Read More
A new Dark Age descended over the United States last week as semi-naked hordes of Republican savages raided centers of culture and learning on both the East and West coasts, setting fire to schools and universities, plundering theaters, museums, and libraries, while hunting down and carrying off anyone with a college degree or an active mind.Read More
Interviews with Americans across the United States reveal that many who voted for President-elect Donald J. Trump did so because they came to believe, over the course of the campaign, that facts, knowledge, language proficiency, maturity and decency were obstacles to the change they wished to see in the nation.Read More
VIRANSEHIR, SANLIURFA PROVINCE, Turkey — A team of archaeologists working in southeastern Turkey has solved a riddle that has bedeviled scientists and philosophers for more than 4000 years. The question of which came first—the chicken or the egg—can now be answered with certainty. The egg came first.Read More
Motorists are familiar with the yellow, diamond-shaped signs warning them to proceed with caution on residential streets because of a DEAF CHILD in the area or because there are CHILDREN AT PLAY nearby.
As of January 1, new street signs will alert motorists of additional reasons to proceed with caution, following the Department of Transportation’s approval Friday of signage warning of highly unpleasant, emotionally stunted people. The new road signs include:Read More