The Thing All Women Do That You Don’t Know About

Worth reading. And you can see the comments from guys who try to undermine what she says — so defensive (or even offensive) it’s pretty clear they are part of the problem.

Source: The Thing All Women Do That You Don’t Know About

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Why would a flying saucer have lights?

UFO oh no

UFO over Russia?

No, really. Think about it.

I’ll get back to you in a week or so.

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If you don’t know or care who won Superbowl XLIX…

unfootball cartoon…you may still want to look up the score, so you can at least pretend to take part in some of the conversations at work tomorrow. (You could learn on Wikipedia moments after the game ended — without ever having to visit a sports or news site — that The New England Patriots won, 28-24 over the Seattle Seahawks.)

By the way:  if you’re not fluent in Roman numeral and have managed to avoid the nonstop press coverage, this was Super Bowl 49. (To confuse the numbers thing further, next year will be not be Superbowl L, but Superbowl 50.)

It’s near impossible to avoid the pregame carpetbombing media coverage, though. Come on, you at least heard about Tom Brady’s allegedly deflated balls.

Note: If you don’t care about sports and happen to work in a place where sports is not the universal language, you may already own the noted Onion T-shirt. If so, you’ll want to click on the image above to see a relevant cartoon.

It may also interest you to know that you can listen to Quarterbacks without learning a thing about football.

If you still want or need to take part in a football-watching party (say, at a family gathering), here’s a quick primer on How to Pretend You Know Football.

Remember, it could be worse. You could have been born in another country, where you would have to pretend to know about soccer.

But to get back into your comfort zone, here’s some Onion commentary from almost 14 years ago, that is still relevant today (“Underscoring your team’s inferiority is its choice of colors.“)You Will Suffer Humiliation When The Sports Team From My Area Defeats The Sports Team From Your Area.

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Rum Row is Live!

Consider supporting this worthy effort!

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It’s been a long time, and I’ve had my share of false starts. But Rum Row is finally done and ready to go! If you’ve seen any of my previous posts on the subject, you’ll know that this is a project that I’ve been working on for a while now. My first full length comic book, and I couldn’t be more happy to see how it turned out. Here’s some preview art by pin up artist John Broglia, with comic pages by Michele Bandini. Colors by Derek Dow.

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Elevator Pitch – Mixing elements of Jules Verne and The Untouchables, Rum Row is an aerial themed crime adventure comic.

If you’d like to check it out, or learn a little more about it. You can watch the video, and check out this link.

The project is 100% finished and ready to print. But we’re doing a Kickstarter to fund the printing and…

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Money is dirty, send it to me

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Model of Bubonic Plague basterium

Okay, maybe that won’t work. But you do need to read this article about bacteria on dollar bills (at NPR), just in case it changes your mind. It includes a sentence you may never have read before: “Other money dwellers included mouth microbes — because people lick their fingers when they count bills … and bacteria that thrive in the vagina.”

No mention of what the bacteria count is on hundred-dollar bills. Without further investigation, we can only speculate: are people with hundred-dollar bills higher class and more likely to wash their hands after going to the bathroom, so those bills will be cleaner? Or are hundred-dollar bills mostly used for illicit dealings such as drug sales and prostitution, for instance — and so they have more exotic and maybe dangerous bacteria?

This is an issue crying out for further study, so I urge you to send me your hundred-dollar bills so that I can carry out this dangerous research, or something like it. I promise not to lick your bills, and will send them back to you after study, if they are not eaten up by the costs of tedious but meaningful research.

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Cats with jetpacks

Rocket catJust the latest evidence that the Internet was invented centuries ago: recently-discovered pictures of 16th-century German warrior cats with jetpacks. Unfortunately for the animals, these were also kamikaze cats, or they would have been if the Germans gave them Japanese names, which as far as we know they didn’t.

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Batman Vs. Thomas Edison

Batman Vs. Thomas Edison. A little absurdist humor. I think.

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