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Michael Hastner, the man behind the controversial 13km/h speed limit and $100 pedestrian crossing fee, had done it again, and this time, his idea was ingenious (or so he thought). After having been fired from his road-sign manager position, he’d found himself walking … Continue reading
On April 15th will be the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. As a result, a lot of online content is appearing to commemorate the event. I’ve aggregated the content I found most interesting in this post, and hope you … Continue reading
“My complements to the chef!” John said as he burped and took a swig of beer at the same time. The food had been good, very good in fact. This had surprised John who, having never traveled before, feared … Continue reading
There are many stories out there about evil, haunted, or monster houses. All stories have a similar theme: the house wants to eat/harm neighbourhood children, and adults are oblivious to the evil house’s true nature. There is one house, however, … Continue reading
Hubert didn’t know much about babies. He did, however, love his niece very much, and jumped at the opportunity to babisit her for a full day. But when he put her in his car, and put on her seatbelts, he … Continue reading
Stan wasn’t the brightest of the Janitors, but he knew how to play Bean Toss. He also knew that school management had no idea what they were talking about when they told him to put the Bean Toss board up … Continue reading
Dogs chase after cats, cats chase after mice, mice chase after cheese. And cheese, well, just sits there waiting for mold to grow on it. But when all the chasing is done, the sun sets and the moon shines bright, everyone falls … Continue reading
The last time we saw Paul he was struggling with his dream to be a full fledged Ninja. Though the doctor diagnosed him with Ninjaism, and insisted he be put on anti-Ninjaism medication, Paul’s wife refused the medication, encouraging him … Continue reading
Even in the realms of heaven and hell, the laws of supply and demand rule above all else, and with the number of people on the planet exploding towards 7 billion, the demand for human souls has never been higher. … Continue reading
There is a place in Africa where Muslims celebrate the moment when Abraham almost sacrificed his son. Each Muslim male in the area celebrates this event by sacrificing one male goat. The goat is killed, gutted and cleaned, and prepared for cooking. … Continue reading