Every year, millions of pumpkins across the country are brutally disemboweled and dissected into intricate patterns for human amusement. Despite the systematic slaughter, pumpkin suffering remains largely overlooked.
We're lifting the lid on "Toilet Repair Month." I know, I know, I'm sort of down in the dumps about it too; just when you think you could overflow with excitement about summer, there it goes, swirling away. May it rust -- er, rest -- in peace.
Facebook made another layout change yesterday, incorporating a ticker on the upper right-hand side of the home page. Users were up in arms about the unannounced addition, complaining idly before receding into torpid complacency.
When we say someone has 'a new lease on life,' we mean they appear to have renewed vigor for a fresh start. One innovative company has created a rather unique way to promote this idea. Western Haven Realty is offering New Leases on Life -- for $750.
The National Research Institute has just completed its annual survey of elementary and junior high school playground fights and is making public its finding of the ten names kids have who are most frequently beaten up by their classmates.