Category Archives: She Blinded Me With Science
…you can take your head out of your ass anytime now. What you deny has been scientific fact for more than a century: As you can see, this news clipping (from New Zealand!) dates back to 1912. At the time, … Continue reading
…how about a crop CLITORIS? Pretty, isn’t it? And only in France: Here’s a droll initiative that won’t pass unnoticed. A crop clitoris, 120 metres long, has appeared in a field close to the Pierre-Rouge high school at Montferrier-sur-Lez. The … Continue reading
Only one person in this video could correctly identify the latter of the two organs shown in the diagrams. Did you guess correctly? If not, here’s a little light reading. Enjoy, and get cliterate!
Mexican cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera is a powerful man in the Catholic hierarchy. And, like so many of his ilk, he has some mighty…er…interesting notions about human sexuality and the functions of the body: The Roman Catholic Church and its … Continue reading
…that the first indicators of a new epidemic were published: In the period October 1980-May 1981, 5 young men, all active homosexuals, were treated for biopsy-confirmed Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia at 3 different hospitals in Los Angeles, California. Two of the … Continue reading
…from the most nasty-badass mama and precious baby (and the queeniest narrator!) of all time: “And the honey badger’s daddy REALLY doesn’t give a shit.”
I remember this like it was yesterday. I was 18 at the time (yes, I realize I’m dating myself here!), and scared shitless of the implications. All of Europe was in a panic, as was all of the former Soviet … Continue reading
Of course, Der Drumpf’s “stick” (or wiener) isn’t really all that. Remember the Howler Monkey Principle?
Only in the land of Chavecito, folks: With an innovative concept aimed at protecting the environment, Grupo Da Vinci de Investigación y Desarrollo de Maxdrone Venezuela, a collective of Venezuelan inventors, has built a drone aircraft made of bamboo. As … Continue reading
RIP to the man who most memorably put the Earth’s problems in perspective. He died yesterday at the age of 85. He was the sixth person to walk on the Moon.