Mitt Romney recently released his 2011 tax return. However, at another closed door fundraiser he admitted his forms were incomplete. Fortunately, this event was also secretly recorded and Mitt Romney had no choice but to release his ACTUAL tax return …
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Well, it’s official … Hollywood is out of ideas. Between the sequels, 80s remakes, board game adaptations, and Snow White reimaginings, it feels like we’ve seen it all before. So what’s next from the Hollywood dream factory? Perhaps another wedding comedy featuring a zany bridal party? Or a found footage horror film that clearly wasn’t found? Here are five movies we can probably expect to see in the near future:
Put on your drinking shoes because it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day – or as nobody calls it, “Irish Cinco de Mayo.” And who doesn’t enjoy a holiday devoted to the consumption of beer? Pregnant women and people on antibiotics – that’s who doesn’t. But for everyone else, crank up the Cranberries and get ready to party! Actually, on second thought, please turn the Cranberries back down.
It’s Super Bowl time, and what better way to pretend you care who wins than by gambling! In addition to betting on the winner, gamblers often place ‘prop bets’ on various fun details such as who scores first, the number of fumbles, and who wins the coin toss. Still not enough? Here are ten more side bets you and your friends should make:
Oscar season is just around the corner and people everywhere are weighing in with their thoughts on best picture – even the Presidential candidates. Is this really the best use of their time? In most cases, yes it definitely is.
Wikipedia’s ‘Appeals’ Banner Finally Gets One Right
The holidays are upon us. Yes, it’s that magical time of year when we complain about how early they play Christmas music, pepper spray our fellow shoppers, and actually use snail mail to send out our holiday cards. Here’s a look at the cards sent out by some of this year’s most intriguing people … and by ‘intriguing’ I mean nutjobs.
When recently asked about his thoughts on President Obama’s Libya policy, Herman Cain drew a total blank (now officially known as ‘going full Rick Perry.’) As a result, Cain has finally started using the reminder app on his iPhone. Here are his latest entries:
A team of prestigious historians recently discovered that various historical documents actually contain a “Comments Section.” Now we have a window into the same insightful and academically enriching discussions that we currently find on the Internet. Here is the “Comments Section” to the Gettysburg Address.