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Jon Gosselin Performs DJ Gig At An Empty New Jersey Bowling Alley

Some DJs play at Vegas clubs and to sold-out arenas, but Jon Gosselin's DJ gig has him spinning at spots like a New Jersey bowling alley. Gosselin kept the beats pumping Saturday at the Laurel Lanes & Brewsters Pub in Maple Shade, New Jersey. Show More Summary

Jon Stewart Exposes Boehner's Kissy Face, And 'The Turds Clogging Our Legislative Plumbing'

Remember when the Democrats ruled the Senate, and the Republicans owned the House? "Nothing got done," Jon Stewart says. On his show Monday, Stewart argued that nothing has changed -- even after the GOP "Red Wedding'd the Democrats" in November and took over the Senate majority. Show More Summary

DEA Warns Of Stoned Rabbits If Utah Passes Medical Marijuana

Where would this country be if Peter Cottontail got cottonmouth? Matt Fairbanks, an agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration's "marijuana eradication" team in Utah, testified to a state Senate panel last week, and said rabbitsShow More Summary

Getting Old Just Got Awesome: Sex Gets Better After 50 Years Of Marriage

Worst title ever, best news ever. A new paper -- Marital Characteristics and the Sexual Relationships of U.S. Older Adults: An Analysis of National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project Data -- says we're all going to be knocking blissful boots post 50. Show More Summary

Let's All Imagine If 'House Of Cards' Was A Peppy, Upbeat Sitcom

If you already finished binge-watching "House of Cards" this weekend and have consumed nearly all the available data on it, here's one more item to consider: "House of Cards" as a lighthearted, aw-shucks sitcom paired perfectly withShow More Summary

Meeting Your Spouse At Whole Foods Has Never Been So Romantic

If you've always dreamt of meeting your future spouse in your favorite aisle of the grocery store instead of by swiping right on Tinder, this short film is for you. "Letters to Manhattan (A Whole Foods Love Story)" was created by Jonah Feingold, a writer and director of several rom-com short films. Show More Summary

45 Things You'll Never Hear Most Men Say

It goes without saying that men and women are different in infinite ways. And it goes without saying that women can be a bit more verbal about how they are feeling. Of course, this is not always the case, but it does seem to be more of the norm. Show More Summary

'Who's The Boss Of Wall Street?' Mashup Could Be An Actual '80s Sitcom

All the '80s you could ask for. What could be more '80s than a mashup of "The Wolf of Wall Street," a film about the financial and drug-using excesses of Wall Street stockbrokers, and the upbeat, cheesy theme song of "Who's the Boss?" The...Show More Summary

10 Ways to Add Humor to Lighten the Work Load

Jennifer was a customer service representative for a large technology firm. Though her dreams and aspirations never included sitting in a padded cubicle listening to rude customers, that's what she did for eight hours a day. Usually,...Show More Summary

White on White Crime: An Unspoken Tragedy

If you've been paying any attention to the news lately, you should have seen this talk show clip where an award-winning crime author brazenly declares that white on white crime does not exist. The ugly truth is white on white crime does exist. Show More Summary

Advising the Candidates: Chris Christie (1st in a Series)

For any GOP candidate there are certain absolutes. The Constitution consists of the second amendment and the Articles Of Confederation. You are not a scientist. Racism is not a thing. Life begins at erection. The rest is packaging. Watching...Show More Summary

John Oliver Explains How America's Neglected Infrastructure Is Like A Lego Set

If you weren't aware that U.S. roads, bridges and dams are in serious state of disrepair, allow John Oliver to put it plainly: "We aren't just flirting with disaster, we're rounding third base and asking if disaster has any condoms." On...Show More Summary

Is Satire a Foreign Language?

When you post a blog in the Huffington Post Comedy section, you assume people will get the obvious: it's meant to be funny. Just like a fire truck hurtling down the street is a sign that, well, there's a fire somewhere, right? But apparently...Show More Summary

Timberwolves Fan 'Jiggly Boy' Welcomes Kevin Garnett Home With Topless Dance; Everyone Goes Wild

In 2003, Minnesota Timberwolves’ superfan John Sweeney showed his love for NBA star Kevin Garnett when he danced topless during a Wolves game, flaunting the initials “KG,” which had been scrawled on his body. Last week, Sweeney -- who...Show More Summary

YouTuber Tapes Mentos To His Body, Jumps Into Tub Of Coke Zero (VIDEO)

We're all fully aware that trivial entertainment can go viral. Last week, it was #TheDress. Now this week's trend is Hajime, a famous YouTuber whose ridiculous video is going viral. In it, Hajime tapes Mentos to his body and jumps into...Show More Summary

'SNL' Women Take Sara Bareilles' 'Brave' Lyrics Literally And Say What They Wanna Say

Do you suffer from politeness? Are you tired of making coffee dates with people you don't like or holding back spoilers for the sake of your friends? You don't have to anymore, you just have to be brave! The ladies of "SNL" embrace their audacity in a new sketch that says it's OK to speak your mind, even if it's totally rude. Show More Summary

Meet The 6 Coworkers Who Make Your Job A Living Hell

Want to get along at the office? CollegeHumor's "The Six Coworkers You'll Have At Your Job" breaks down some of the types you'll meet on your way to the top -- if they don't drive you crazy first.

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