MINNEAPOLIS (The Borowitz Report)—Historians studying archival photographs from four decades ago have come to the conclusion that the U.S. must have believed in science at some point.
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In a combination guaranteed to blow your taste buds (and ears) out of the water, a festival is joining Sriracha and electronic dance music (EDM) in an awesome paring of sensory overload.
Paul McCartney hanging out in Ibiza sounds like the greatest thing ever.
Also, I would pay good money for a former Beatles’ EDM record.
A group of American Quakers are operating what they call a “new underground railroad” to help a few LGBT Ugandans flee their country, where a recent law imposes harsh penalties for homosexuality. The Friends New Underground Railroad (FNUR), based in Washington state, sees itself as continuing the work of Quakers who historically helped slaves escape the American South.
As of this Monday, they say they have worked with unnamed Ugandan “conductors” to fund and coordinate passage out of the country for 107 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Ugandans, nine of whom have reached Sweden, while several dozen others are “being processed for asylum status in countries around the world,” according to the group’s FAQ page.
- spaghetti in Nicaragua does NOT equal spaghetti in the US
here, they put a cream-like sauce (kinda like sour cream?) and ketchup (like US ketchup,...
i don’t want to live in a world where i’m not allowed to enjoy both...
I just discovered about 50 large city planning maps from the 70s-90s down by the recycling, so I hauled them up to my apartment because maps.