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Loser Teen Gifted "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" Without Irony

Yesterday, a loser teen was gifted Oh, the Places You'll Go! in earnest and completely without irony. The Dr. Seuss book, a graduation-season perennial favorite, was given to the seventeen-year-old by his mother. "I'm so proud of him!" she beamed. Show More Summary

The Missing Links: Dr. Seuss's WWII Propaganda Films

yesterdayHumor / odd : mental_floss

Dr. Seuss actually made some WWII propaganda films. Ask Siri what zero divided by zero equals. The internet is giddy with delight about her response. Some things just can’t be a coincidence. Jon Stewart is going out in style by asking...Show More Summary

Conrad in 'Dr Seuss' The Cat in the Hat': 'Memba Him?!

Spencer Breslin is best known for playing Conrad Walden -- opposite Dakota Fanning as his sister Sally -- the in the 2003 feline family film "Dr Seuss' The Cat in the Hat." Guess what he looks like now!

From Dr. Seuss' Unpublished The Whore by the Door

Boy: Is that a hat?Girl: No, it's my dick. (pause) Wait, what? Is what a hat?Boy: I thought that thing by the door was a hat.Girl: A cat?–Bard High School, QueensOverheard by: Sunny

Reading The Mind Of Justice Scalia

Justice Scalia is so mad about Obamacare and gay marriage that he's slowly devolved into Dr. Seuss.

This Version Of 'Oh, The Places You'll Go' Captures The Sad Reality Of Adulthood

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Well here's one story we hope to never actually see in bookstores. Recently, anonymous Imgur user RunOnSentence spoke to the souls of adults everywhere by uploading a rewritten version of Dr. Seuss' coming-of-age tale Oh, the PlacesShow More Summary

See an Early Work From Dr. Seuss called 'The Pocket Book of Boners'

last weekHumor / odd : mental_floss

In 1931, Dr. Seuss was a contributing illustrator for a "collection of schoolboy wisdom, or knowledge as it is sometimes written, compiled from classrooms and examination papers" called "Boners."

The Pocket Book of Boners by Dr. Seuss

last weekHumor / odd : Kottke.org

The Pocket Book of Boners, composed of four short books published in 1931, was the first published work illustrated by Dr. Seuss. Two of the four books, Boners and More Boners, were illustrated by Seuss -- Still More Boners, and Prize Boners for 1932 were the other two. Show More Summary

Schools That “Teach Homosexuality” Should Be Held Responsible For STDs, Lawmaker Says

last weekLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Meet Gary Glenn. He’s a Republican member of the Michigan House of Representatives, Dr. Seuss fanatic, and advocate for all things antigay. The former head of the American Family Association’s Michigan chapter appears in a documentary...Show More Summary

Dr. Seuss meets roller derby at Kelly & Matt's backyard wedding

Get ready for roller skates, derby jackets, custom Converse, sparklers, lighted lanterns, and tons of Dr. Seuss centerpieces and details. This sweet little backyard wedding in Illinois is all about FUN. Plus, you'll love their planting unity ceremony, first dance to an American Idiot song, and horse mask cake topper.

8 New Offerings From Dead Authors

What Pet Should I Get?, by Dr. Seuss (1904–1991) Oh, who knows the places you’ll go! The publishers, anyway, are planning a bank trip — Random House ordered a first printing of a million copies for WPSIG, believed to have been created by Seuss between 1958 and 1962 and then... More »

In Praise of Sadness

"Dad is sad Very, very sad He had a bad day What a day dad had" -- Dr. Seuss in the immortal "Hop On Pop!" I can't recall how often I read those rhymes to my two small sons, so many years ago. It was one of their favorites and mine.Show More Summary

A Racist In Different Spaces: ‘Take Home A High-Grade Nger’ Dr. Seuss Drawing Goes To Auction

Racist Dr. Seuss Drawing Goes To Auction For 20K A California auction house is selling a racist early drawing by Dr. Seuss that’s sure to disappoint the parents and children who adore his later work. Via CNN: The 1929

Racist Dr. Seuss Drawing Fails to Draw Bids at Auction

Before Dr. Seuss became a popular children's author, he apparently worked as an illustrator of racist cartoons. Now, one of the works is up for auction as his legacy take a major blow.

Incredibly racist ‘nr in woodpile’ cartoon by Dr. Seuss fails to generate any bids at Hollywood art auction

last monthNews : The Raw Story

A racist cartoon drawn popular children’s artist Dr. Seuss failed to garner any bids at an art auction in California on Thursday, reports BET. The cartoon, drawn early in the career by the creator of the Cat in the Hat and Horton the elephant, shows a man entering a room full of grotesquely...

No Bidders for Dr. Seuss N-Word Artifact

There may be hope for the world yet. In a land (Los Angeles) where the utterance of this particular word recently and forever tarnished our memory of the actor who played Kramer, local auction house Nate D. Sanders has closed out Lot 272. Show More Summary

As They Grow, Baobab Trees Hollow Themselves Out From The Inside

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : io9

The baobab tree is one of nature’s weirder creations. With its branches high overhead like a set of upside down roots, it looks like it was plucked straight from a Dr. Seuss book. But something even weirder is happening inside. Read more...

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