I'm worried about today's ruling by the Supreme Court that the 20-year extensions to copyright protections by Congress in 1998 were legal. (article here) The court did what they had to do, of course: The extensions were legal, even though it sounds like s Go »
Giving an Inch, Taking a Mile
So many terrible things have happened in the news lately that I thought I'd be numb to any further injustice in the world, then along comes a little thing like this and I remember how to feel angry again. A judicial panel has ruled that a sperm donor must Go »
The First Casualty in the War on Mice
Last night Kelly and I went grocery shopping, and one of her few purchases (she's broke) was a large cinnamon pastry that could serve as two meals or several snacks. Today I walked into the kitchen to find two mice inside the bag, eating the pastry. Go »
I promise this has nothing to do with McDonald's. This subject is almost too asinine for me to bring up, but I'm driven to frustration by Hillary Clinton and other politicians looking to score some quick brownie points off of boneheaded pandering to the p Go »
Social Not Working
Is it bad manners to ignore an invitation without responding? Is it bad manners to cancel after you have accepted an invitation? Is it bad manners not to show up to something at all without canceling, after you have accepted an invitation? Go »
Thug Life After Death
By now, you've probably heard about Tupac Shakur performing at Coachella this past Sunday, both solo and in a duet with Snoop Dogg. It wasn't a hologram, technically; it was a digital projection onto a screen that made him seem to appear on the stage, but Go »
Since its debut on February 23, 1998, Celebrity Goo Game has published over 4000 goos and is about to crown its 75th champion.
For the game's 20th anniversary, we're recreating the 20 most influential goos that changed the game forever. Can you solve them the second time around? After you solve each goo, refresh the page to learn more about its place in game history.
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