That reminded me of a really old comic strip.
Students Wildly Indignant about Nearly Everything - aka, SWINE
Lil Abner I think?
Aren’t you LYAO about these kids gluing themselves to walls and floors to 'protest oil'? After throwing soup on museum exhibits of course..
And the complaining idiots glued to the Porsche dealers' floor!! No food or drinks provided for them overnight! (Nor toilet facilities)
Best laugh I’ve had in awhile.
I think it might be from 'National Lampoon'. I'll skip the rest of the post.
South Koreans will soon become a year or two younger, following an official change to the country's age-counting system.
On Thursday, the country's parliament, called the National Assembly, passed a set of bills requiring the use of the international age-counting system, where age is based on birth date.
South Korea currently uses three age-counting systems, but most citizens abide by the "Korean age," where a person is 1 year old as soon as they are born, and gain one year on every New Year's Day. And a baby born on Dec. 31 would be considered 2 years old the next day.
in 1991, flight deck crewman John Bridges was sucked into the intake of an A-6E aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt. Incredibly, he survived because he became wedged in the engine. The flames were caused by his equipment getting pulled through the jet.
Japan's conveyor belt sushi restaurants are struggling to regain the trust of diners, after the industry took a licking from one customer, whose viral videos of him defiling utensils and sushi with his saliva have earned him descriptions ranging from "nuisance" to "sushi terrorist."
Japanese police arrested three people on Wednesday in connection with an unsanitary prank at a conveyor-belt sushi restaurant, according to the Japanese state broadcaster NHK.
The viral videos from early February showed one of them — 21-year-old Yoshino Ryoga, dubbed a "sushi terrorist" by the Japanese public and media — putting his saliva on utensils and sushi and licking the spout of soy sauce bottles at a Kura Sushi restaurant in Nagoya City.
Abedin started dating then-U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner in 2007, and they were engaged in 2009. They were married on July 10, 2010, with former U.S. President Bill Clinton officiating the wedding ceremony.
Weiner's office released a statement on Wednesday night that said the congressman sent explicit photos of himself out on the Internet. This latest bombshell came hours after an X-rated photo that he purportedly took of himself turned up on the Web and shortly after news broke that his wife is pregnant.
It has been speculated some of the money that came through the commission found its way towards sponsoring Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign
How about a source with no political axe to grind?
While everyone's been gearing up for President Trump's inauguration, the Clinton Foundation made a major announcement this week that went by with almost no notice: For all intents and purposes, it's closing its doors.
In a tax filing, the Clinton Global Initiative said it's firing 22 staffers and closing its offices, a result of the gusher of foreign money that kept the foundation afloat suddenly drying up after Hillary Clinton failed to win the presidency.
It proves what we've said all along: The Clinton Foundation was little more than an influence-peddling scheme to enrich the Clintons, and had little if anything to do with "charity," either overseas or in the U.S. That sound you heard starting in November was checkbooks being snapped shut in offices around the world by people who had hoped their donations would buy access to the next president of the United States.
It was a shocking story that made headlines across the globe this week: A woman in Ecuador named Bella Montoya was declared dead but later surprised family members gathered for her wake when she showed signs of life from her coffin.
"It gave us all a fright," Montoya's son, Gilberto Barbera, told The Associated Press.
Though tales of people mistakenly declared dead garner widespread attention when they do occur, the grave error is exceedingly uncommon.