"Dinosaur" means "terrible, powerful, wondrous lizard." It perfectly defines the fossil fools who argue for the continuation of federal tax subsidies as oil tops $100 per barrel, gasoline at the pump passes $4 a gallon and oil company profits top $35 billion so far in 2011.
Chernobyl? Nuclear reactors and vodka? That was a bright idea. First, you poison me with radiation, then you invite tourists to see the results? Why? So you and your kids can laugh at the featherless geese?
Gingrich's chance to become president, to some extent, rests upon finding a potent if offbeat idea through which he can capture the imagination of his party's base.
You think you have it hard? Try being a fashion model! They're beautiful (all the time!), naturally thin, and get paid lots of money to be quiet and j...
For six weeks in a makeshift studio in Santa Monica Burridge and his assistants have been busy creating a dino-gasmic dream come true. This is a definite "can't miss" for dino-lovers.
When exactly the notoriously skeptical people within the "Show-Me State" of Missouri morphed into a bunch of Creationist Cathys, I'll never know.
I propose a new political party: The Amerivisionarycan Party. Our mascot would be half donkey, half elephant, half Walt Disney, and half Steve Jobs holding an iPhone.
If today, after many years of "business as usual," our society, our systems, and our institutions are all undergoing a kind of evolutionary burst, then how do we ensure that it yields change for the better?
I didn't spend a night at the museum for two good reasons: It closed at 5:45 p.m. and I am not, for better or for worse, Ben Stiller.
In the days before the internet, how did out-of-town journalists transmit typewritten stories to their editors? They folded the stories into paper airplanes and hurled them out of hotel windows.
The snake's gigantic dimensions are a sign that temperatures along the equator were once much warmer than they are now.
A computer video circulating the internet has rekindled fears that an asteroid will hit Earth and send mankind the way of the brontosaurus. Based on NASA projections, there is indeed a chance of this.
Dear God: The pterodactyls suggested a few million years ago that we consider moving south where it's warmer, so we soon plan to form a committee.
The truth behind this is that we're all jealous of Sarah Palin. She reminds us of the naive innocence of childhood. Before we were burdened with horrible things like science and facts.
Palin doesn't believe in those funny-lookin' fossils that eventually evolved into you and me. This is extremely funny as she certainly seems to believe in their byproduct oil.