Category Archives: LOLz

You won’t believe what this lawyer did!

A morning laugh (and a real article) sent by Matthew, who found it on Twi**er. Be sure to read the whole short article:  

Alternative best headlines

by Matthew Cobb Yesterday we claimed that a headline involving frogs was the best headline in the history of the world. This piece of hyperbole was soon disputed on Tw*tter: .@wunderkamercast I see your "hungry frogs," and raise you THIS for "greatest headline ever!"— Lindsey Fitzharris (@DrLindseyFitz) December 02, 2015 @DrLindseyFitz @wunderkamercast Do I […]

Best headline in the history of the world

Via Matthew Cobb, who uses Twi**er and therefore has access to this stuff:

Kim Davis and the Pope, Volume MCMDXXVIII of ‘I am not a homophobe’

by Grania Spingies Regular contributor Pliny The In Between has created a new satirical poke at the strange logical contortions from the school of Special Pleading. As Jerry noted recently, there is nothing particularly liberal about the Pope’s position on anything; not unless you apply a really low standard to what liberal is: his organization bars women […]

More Twi**er hilarity

UPDATE: As a reader below points out, Hemant Mehta, the Friendly Atheist, has sussed out that this is a fake account. So, sadly, I issue this correction, realizing that the hilarity was not unintentional. ________________ Speaking of odious folks on Twi**er, apparently jailed Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who is still sitting in jail for refusing […]

Legal Sea Foods’ new religion: Pescatarianism

It’s not often that commercials on a big television station so clearly spoof religion. This series, compiled in the video below, was produced by Legal Seafoods, a once-reputed restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I used to get my parents to take me to the first restaruant when I was in grad school. and it’s now expanded to a […]

The Onion gets it right on the money

Here’s a short piece that just appeared in The Onion; click on the headline to go to it, but I’ll reproduce it in its entirety:   THE HEAVENS—Saying that the various belief systems had a “good run” over the last few millennia but that it was probably time for humans to get by on their own, […]

A funny email

A reader who will remain unnamed sent me an email that made me chuckle: I’m currently about half way through your Faith vs. Fact and finding it a most pleasurable experience to read something which is at once so authoritative and so totally in accord with everything I already believe about the relationship between science and religion. All the […]

In the name of scientific inquiry: one intrepid man’s journey to the bottom of a vat of Diet Coke

by Grania Mark Twain apparently* once said: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do”. The man was and always will be correct on that point, but this could not be what he had in mind. Then again, another wise man […]

You had one job

No commentary is required. Hat-tip: Steve Kurtz


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