At least 13 inmates are dead after prisoners in a Venezuelan prison rioted, stormed the on-site pharmacy, and swallowed whatever drugs they could get their hands on. The deceased inmates at the David Viloria correctional center in Lara state had all been part of a hunger strike that began Monday...
Recently, British comedian and writer, John Cleese, discussed the irony of political correctness. Cleese argued that the concept was “condescending” based on the idea that it only allows jokes to be made about certain groups while implying others needed to be protected. Show More Summary
Dec. 4, 1937. Washington, D.C. "Correct way to bake turkey. H.E. McClure, of the Bureau of Husbandry, tests the turkey meat for odor." With this pungent image, Shorpy begins his seventh holiday season online and wishes a Happy Thanksgiving to all! Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.
Caracas – At least 17 Venezuelan inmates who had been on hunger strike over prison conditions, died on Wednesday of prescription drug poisoning, police sources told AFP. The prisoners at David Viloria Correction Centre, known as Uribana prison, in Venezuela’s Lara state, had been protesting since Tuesday over what they said was inhumane treatment and […]
(GIVEAWAY – GIVEAWAY- GIVEAWAY! In honor of the release of POOLE’S PARADISE, my generous benefactors at Bafflegab Books are awarding free e-copies of the novel (specify.pdf or.prc) to the first five people who correctly answer the following...Show More Summary
Anastasia Maffey I have seen her name as Anastasia Massey and Anastasia Maffey, so I am not sure which is correct yet. Pregnant mom shot to death in Queens; Baby dies at hospital Pregnant woman shot, killed outside her Queens apartment after dropping kids at school Woman and her unborn child shot dead outside apartment […]
MAYOR: What do you mean you cooked the turkey, Charlie? CHARLES: Well, I cooked the turkey, that's all. MAYOR: You put our national bird in the oven. Is that correct?
If reports are correct, the first rear-wheel drive sedan from Alfa Romeo in 23 years is pencilled in for a debut in June 2015. Sources who spoke to Autocar claim that Alfa’s new RWD sedan will make its global debut in June at Expo 2015, which is being held in Milan between the beginning of [...]
Nasty times: “You can’t visit any sort of a website without getting into a fight” these days. (thestranger.com) | More sites are killing comments. (observer.com) The first New York Times correction to include an illustration? (washingtonpost.com) NPR staffers are told to avoid calling Michael Brown a “teenager.” (npr.org) Vermont alt-weekly hires … Read More
The NBA has changed several numbers after a rough night for the stats crew at the game between the Atlanta Hawks and Washington Wizards.
Induced pluripotent stem cells made from patients with a form of blistering skin disease can be genetically corrected and used to grow back healthy skin cells in laboratory dishes, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found. Show More Summary
Corrected ballots tightened the race enough to trigger an automatic recount, so the initiative gets another lease on life.
Researchers at the Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), Kyoto University, show that induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells can be used to correct genetic mutations that cause Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). The research,...Show More Summary
Ben Shapiro takes a look at the true story of Thanksgiving - not the multiculturalism and socialism pushed by leftists every November. Correction: The Puritans and Pilgrims were distinct groups; all references to the Puritans should be to the Pilgrims. Follow Breitbart.tv on Twitter @BreitbartVideo
No, no, you're supposed to get out and spread sand on yourself while driving. You can rehearse the correct response to your car skidding a thousand times, but you can never know how you'll respond in the moment until it actually happens. Show More Summary
No, it’s not backing down on #grapegate. But The New York Times found numerous other issues with its Nov. 18 “The United States of Thanksgiving” feature: An article last Wednesday recommending a Thanksgiving dish from each state, with...Show More Summary
Is it time to eat yet? The New York Times kicked off Thanksgiving with a huge recipe package that, in theory, pulled an exemplary recipe from each state. Of course, anything that spans as much of the USA and its culinary terrain as this one is bound to hit a pothole or two along the way. Show More Summary
by Rob Sperry-Fromm Curran Reynolds w/ Today is the Day at MDF 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro) Eyehategod/Neurosis/etc-related supergroup Corrections House will kick off their previously-discussed tour with Statiqbloom this weekend. As discussed that tour hits NYC for a sweet...
Obviously the paper issued this massive correction for the sole purpose of NOT taking back the the whole Grape Salad thing. You feel that side eye, Minnesota? [h/t John McQuaid] [ more › ]
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers correctly pointed out on Tuesday that Sunday’s game against the Patriots is not about a matchup between him and Tom Brady because they won’t be on the field at the same time barring some really strange coaching decisions. That doesn’t mean that people are going to stop focusing on the two…