Minneapolis city councilmen are largely crazy. It’s not the city that does it to them; it’s the other way around. They also seem to be having some sort of competition.
Peacocking was a popular trend for about 5 minutes that was reputed to get you more attention. The new trend is to be an actual peacock. Unfortunately, you can’t fly on airplanes as a peacock, but at least you’ve got those feathers. Also, hotel room prices tend to be fairly gougeworthy during major events like the Super Bowl, but there’s always something for a semi-reasonable amount.
It’s surprisingly common to be hit by a train even with all our modern safety measures. It’s much less common to be shot in a formal duel. Even if you win you’ll go to prison, so if someone calls you a rascal, just ignore them.
Earthquakes, birds, snakes, and airplanes have nothing to do with it, but the end of the world might happen sooner than you think. Could be a polar reversal, could be the Nigerian Flu, or maybe nothing will happen. Hard to say.
Are the Oscars so white? The debate still rages. We know for sure that they’re Gray, as Beverly has been chronicling them for years. Though modern awards are all politics, let’s remember when they weren’t for a while.
The Grammys are back. If you guessed that it would be a long series of political statements, you guessed right. Speaking of things that suck, Tonya Harding’s life did that. Watch the movie.
This episode of The Best Of did considerably better than 38-7.
Featuring: Mark Viera, Ben Kruse, Jen Kober
People frequently drink poison just to get drunk. Sometimes literally. It’s a bit unintuitive, since you can’t get drunk when you’re dead.
If you want to meet good people, stay out of Philadelphia and LA. Indiana’s also a bad place but I’m not really sure why.
When he lived out on the farm, Kountry ate squirrel. Now he eats tofu. You eat whatever’s easiest to find where you are. What’s not easy to find is money, so buy a ticket and support 20 jobs.