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  1. over 3 years ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Kyle realized then that he’d had a really bad day….

  2. over 3 years ago on PreTeena

    <<I read somewhere that Grant’s tomb is in disrepair.>>

    No. It’s in a national park, in New York.

  3. over 3 years ago on Pearls Before Swine

    “Too many times in a cycling fatality, the motorist claims, “I didn’t see him!””

    They’ll turn right in front of a big full-dress touring motorcycle, with the same comment; yet NEVER do it in front of a motorcycle cop, even when he has a smaller bike.

  4. over 3 years ago on On A Claire Day

    His shirt size? Now she’s just being silly. Unless he’s a little person or a giant, the amount would be the same for a typical adult….

  5. over 3 years ago on Pearls Before Swine

    When the Arkansas river flows from Leadville, Colorado through Kansas, it is pronounced “ar-KAN-sas”, but when it flows through Oklahoma and Arkansas to the Mississippi river, it is pronounced “AR-kan-saw”.

  6. over 3 years ago on Pearls Before Swine

    Cadiz, Spain, is “Kah-DEEZ”, but Cadiz, KY, is “KATE-eez”.

  7. over 3 years ago on PreTeena

    Sniffing with a runny nose is drinking your boogers

  8. over 3 years ago on PreTeena

    “When you’re dancin’ with your honey/And your nose feels wet and runny,/Don’t think it’s funny/‘Cause it’s not!”

  9. over 3 years ago on Ken Catalino

    Iconoclasm is not dead….

  10. over 3 years ago on Michael Ramirez

    “allocating the electors of each state proportioanally (….)”-Two states do that now. The U.S. Presidential Election has 3 parts. Part 1) in every 4th November, the sovereign states have an election for the state electors which represent a particular candidate. The number of these electors are proportional to state population and each sovereign state may allot their electors as they will. Part 2) the following month (December), the Electors hold the final Electoral College vote for the U.S. President Elect. Note that the each elector may change his vote to reflect last minute circumstances, although he will be forsworn, as he represents a specific candidate. Part 3) In the following month (January) the Presidential Elect is sworn in as the new U.S. President in the Inaugaration. The entire process takes 3 months.