In case you had any doubts as to the moonbat imbecility humans are capable of, here’s a reminder. Their “Current Events” page is especially hilarious.
What does 3000 military casualties look like? How about 112,000 iraqis? If you believe the largest estimates, each of these 112,000 white flags actually counts for six iraqis, bringing the grand total to 655,000.
The real-world disease “Shope papillomavirus” is the likely origins of the jackalopes. Warning: people who love bunnies, beware the images within.
Almost every reference on the Internet to Gavreau stems from this account of his work. But, despite skepticism, he seems to have existed, and so, too, does the unpleasant effect of infrasound.
When looking at a country from the outside, it’s important to remember that, with few exceptions, its own citizens don’t consider their country to be crazy. Though riddled with rosy-tinted naivete and outright propaganda, Andrew Holloway’s book does give a sense of how life appears in the DPRK.
Pink Tentacle brings our attention to some beautiful 18th-century Japanese illustrations of creates both real and fanciful.
Eben Moglen’s keynote address given at the Plone Conference: the early signs of infosocialism?
Onion-esque faux news.
The idea is for progressive liberals to put their portfolio where their mouths are. But can it make money? More importantly, if profit takes a back seat, isn’t it playing the game to lose, rather than reforming the system?