This week’s theme: if you think that you are going to have a career in academia, think again.
A local church that has been hosting naked paint parties and slumber-party Sundays with the “sexiest ladies on the beach” will now have to pay taxes on the property as officers investigate the church’s practices, authorities said Tuesday.
What is it? I saw it circling over my neighborhood and then heading west.
Matt Novak at Paleofuture has a great article on repeated failed predictions about peak oil, dating back over one-hundred years.
Three people in plane were killed as were three people in the house it hit, a mother and her two young children.
According to the New Yorker, marriage equality is soon to be law in thirty of the fifty states—including, incredibly enough, much of the South.
This is the real mission patch for a rocket carrying spy satellites heading into space today.
Today’s Washington Post reports that the National Security Agency violates (accidentally or otherwise) privacy regulations thousands of times a year. This is part of the dump that Edward Snowden acquired before he high-tailed it for Moscow.
Mystery Science Theater 3000, for those of you not in the know, was a fantastic sort of found art satire in the 90s. I watched it religiously in grad school. In many ways helped me to get through it. After a hard week, Saturday’s getting up and watching Joel and the ‘Bots was a great […]
“A couple of days later, the 61-year-old turned on her radiation meter, apparently a common household item in Russia, which she keeps to check produce.”