5 Crazy Things ‘Back to the Future II’ Predicted About 2015 That Came True
Dec31

5 Crazy Things ‘Back to the Future II’ Predicted About 2015 That Came True

With the close of 2015, it’s time to look back (to the future, that is). From hoverboards to self-lacing shoes, thumbprint IDs to Google Glass, Back to the Future II predicted a lot of amazing things, so let’s take a look at some of the most impressive! 1. American Patriot Kim Davis We all remember the famous scene where a Hill Valley resident tells Marty McFly that the gay marriage ruling was “a hundred-to-one...

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Martin O’Malley Has the Saddest Presidential Campaign of All Time
Dec30

Martin O’Malley Has the Saddest Presidential Campaign of All Time

Martin O’Malley, who is trailing Democratic frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders by four hundred and sixty-five jillion percentage points, was in Iowa on Monday during a huge storm that forced other campaigns to cancel their events. Not O’Malley’s, though! The “presidential candidate” persevered through the elements and held his meet-and-greet anyway. And since it was nearly the apocalypse...

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Facebook’s Year in Review Feature Allows Man to Relive Dissolution of Marriage
Dec29

Facebook’s Year in Review Feature Allows Man to Relive Dissolution of Marriage

MILWAUKEE – As 2015 comes to a close, Facebook has once again unveiled its Year in Review feature, allowing users to look back at their past year through their Facebook updates. And for Nathan Gatiss, this meant seeing his marriage fall apart all over again. While the year started well enough for the 38-year-old Best Buy manager with the purchase of a PlayStation 4, by April he had discovered his wife of seven years had been...

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The Library Gnomes
Dec28

The Library Gnomes

    More jokes, at no extra...

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Harsher Punishments Help Santa Avoid Elf Mutiny Another Year
Dec25

Harsher Punishments Help Santa Avoid Elf Mutiny Another Year

NORTH POLE – Despite increased talk of a rebellion against Santa Claus amid rampant elves’ rights violations, Santa’s Workshop operated at its usual efficient pace this Christmas season due in part to more severe punishments for detractors. “We found that the elves were no longer responding to what essentially equated to slaps on the wrist,” workshop spokesman Butter Tigglesworth said. “To ensure...

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