A giant eyeball was found on a beach in Florida. It is so giant and so weird they don't know what creature it belongs to. But they'll find out eventually.
Scientists are developing a mechanical sea turtle that can patrol the oceans.
Australia has plans to make a new really fast train. It's also really sexy. We wonder if we could get Paul Hogan to make out with us on it.
Sarah Palin is writing a diet book. It's about how her family eats lots of crap and manages to stay thin. We want one about how they are trashy and manage to stay famous.
Why are animals depressed when they can't have any idea that their lives suck? No one knows. They just are.
When you were growing up and you ate your school lunch of disgusting gristle-filled burgers and rubbery pizza and creamed chipped beef, did you ever think that one day there might be a school somewhere where the lunches were too good? Well, such is the case in the magical socialist paradise of Sweden. (You didn’t think it was going to be in the U.S., did you? Ha. School lunches were bad when we were young, and now that there are 46 kids to one classroom reading 14-year-old textbooks, we can only imagine what’s happened to LUNCH.) Annica Eriksson, the head cook …
Two random people are being told to buy nothing new for a week. We think they'll live, but they might end up in ugly T-shirts and mom jeans.
A brewmaster in Oregon discovers that the yeast in his beard is no different from other yeast. Then he decides to use it to make beer. Then he gives it a gross name? Sadly, if someone handed us a cold one, we would drink it.
Chanel's spring fashion show takes place in a field of wind turbines. Eco-chic has definitely arrived. Will it do anything to change the world?
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