In keeping with this weekend’s apparent theme of gross news out of Europe, a Swiss firm has announced it plans to open a “Cafe Fellatio” in Geneva this year. And it’s not just a clever name, either.
Modelled on similar establishments in Thailand, the proposed Geneva café would add a new dimension to the […]
Scene 23 from the Bayeux Tapestry: Harold swearing oath on holy relics to William, Duke of Normandy
On this date in 1825 the British Parliament officially ended feudalism.
Ready for smuggling!
Mmmm… Is that maple bacon? NOOOOOO:
Customs officers at the Hamad International Airport, in the Qatari capital, have arrested a Yemeni man attempting to smuggle more than 12 kilograms (27 lbs) of sliced bacon hidden in his anal cavity.
53-year old Abd al Rahman Shamoun, was spotted by a specially trained […]
Mike Rowe tells the special snowflakes graduating from college what someone should’ve told them (and other millennials/Gen Xers) years ago.
Also, if you’re not familiarized with Prager U, I would highly recommend doing so. It’s one of the best conservative YouTube channels out there.
On this date in 1888 the poem “Casey at the Bat” by Ernest Lawrence Thayer was published in the San Francisco Examiner.
The outlook wasn’t brilliant for the Mudville Nine that day; the score stood four to two, with but one inning more to play. And then when Cooney died at first, and Barrows […]
Some of you may remember that a couple years ago I posted a list of conservative foreign movies, which was later consumed in the Great Threedonian Apocalypse. In the meantime, I’ve added some more entries and decided to repost this as an expanded list of 22. The first half of which is as follows, and […]
Lars and JimmyC wrote today about technological progress. Specifically the progress witnessed by their grandfathers. I too used to marvel at all my oldest, surviving grandmother had witnessed in her life span (roughly 1908-2004). Like them, I doubt any other humans before or since will see the technological leaps they did.
As Lars and […]
A trench at the potter’s field on Hart Island, New York, circa 1890 by Jacob Riis.
Earlier this week the New York Times had a fascinating piece on Hart Island’s “potter’s field” — burial ground for paupers and the unclaimed. It’s a sad story but unsurprising. One of the underappreciated downsides of the move […]
UCLA Law professor Eugene Volokh at the Washington Post’s Volokh Conspiracy blog has an enfuriating/interesting piece on New York City’s plan to fine people for not using the proper pronoun to refer to them. Don’t think “he, she, or it”. No. Think “zhe, ze, hir, et al. I shit you not:
So people can […]
Clarence Louie (pictured above), Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Reservation in British Columbia, has some refreshingly blunt advice for his people.
His advice to young men on his home reserve? “Get a damn job, be a man. It should be embarrassing for you to raise your kids on welfare.”
Looking to succeed in […]