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An Encyclopedia of Every Other Awful Thing Arnold Schwarzenegger Has Done:
While we’re busy contemplating what an awful human being Arnold Schwarzenegger is for fathering a child out of wedlock and lying to his wife about it for 14 years, let’s not forget all the other horrible things about America’s favorite gay-porn-modeling, serial lady-groping, Nazi politician/statutory rapist.
Tiger Woods to Fall From Top 10 For First Time Since 1997:
Tiger Woods is about to fall out of the world’s top 10 for the first time in 14 years. Woods, whose last win came 18 months ago, will drop to at least No. 11 in the next world ranking, which will be published Monday.
Bryan Stow Opens His Eyes:
Bryan Stow, the 42-year-old paramedic and San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten by a pair of moral-maggot Dodger fans who have yet to be caught but most certainly will sizzle in Hell if such a place exists, has shown signs of improvement in recent days. Opening his eyes. No seizure activity in his brain. The sorts of steps that offer hope, yes, but no guarantees as they pertain to what the future may hold.
The CDC Wants To Prepare You For The Zombie Apocalypse:
Granted, the CDC’s suggestions sound a lot like its suggestions for non-zombie events like natural disasters or a flu outbreak—stock up on water, food, medication, first aid supplies, etc., and come up with an emergency plan—almost as if it were trying to make light of the very real zombie threat to remind people to be prepared for other, un-undead disasters. It doesn’t even bother to recommend a baseball/cricket bat, lead pipe, and/or boomstick in its survival kit suggestions!
The 7 Most Ridiculous Cases of Misplaced Priorities:
We’ve all had moments when our priorities weren’t quite in line, like the time you punched a kid for mispronouncing “Kenobi” or reported your babysitter to child services so you could steal back your Hobgoblin Pog. And then there are the people who make those decisions seem rational and appropriate.