Meet the Eccentric Riders of Shanghai's Motorcycle Sidecar Subculture | WIRED

Meet the Eccentric Riders of Shanghai's Motorcycle Sidecar Subculture | WIRED - From Nony

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Former employee suing Costco for religious discrimination, happened at Sunset Park location | 7online.com

Former employee suing Costco for religious discrimination, happened at Sunset Park location | 7online.com - The devout Muslim says he was working as a cashier's assistant at the Costco in Sunset Park Brooklyn in September of 2012 when pork came across the conveyor belt.It's against his religious beliefs to touch either pork or alcohol.Camara says after telling his managers this, they transferred him outside collecting the shopping carts.Where in the Qu'ran does it state you are not allowed to touch pork WTF ... Lazy bugger trying for a quick million bucks.From Nony

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California lawyer files papers forSodomite Suppression Act to save state fromGod%s just wrath

California lawyer files papers forSodomite Suppression Act to save state fromGod%s just wrath - Acting on a tip from a reader, the editors at Wonkette have uncovered papers filed with the California Attorney General's Office by a Huntington Beach attorney, calling for a proposed ballot initiative called The Sodomite Suppression Act, which he hopes will save the Golden State from God's just wrath.From Nony

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The 10 dumbest (and smartest) presidents in US history

The 10 dumbest (and smartest) presidents in US history - It is not unreasonable to expect the Leader of the Free World to be a pretty smart cookie. After all, as Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, with codes to fire nuclear armaments, the ability to make life-and-death decisions, policy making, and just general 24/7 responsibility for the lives of 300 million American citizens, certain things like intelligence should be something we can take for granted. Right Yet, just like the general population, there is big a disparity of intelligence among the elite group of men who have held the office of President. Some were brilliant, some were very dim bulbs. If we were to judge by the size of their vocabulary alone, it would seem that our Presidents are getting dumber as the centuries roll by. An interesting study by the Guardian newspaper graded presidential speeches by education level using the commonly-used Flesch-Kincaid readability test.From Nony

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Art of Mr.Werewolf: Archive

Art of Mr.Werewolf: Archive - From Nony

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Almost half of Americans disapprove of invitation for Israel's Netanyahu to make Congress speech, new poll shows | Daily Mail Online

Almost half of Americans disapprove of invitation for Israel's Netanyahu to make Congress speech, new poll shows | Daily Mail Online - Half of American voters think that congressional Republican's inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak on Capitol Hill was a bad idea, a new poll shows.Forty-eight per cent of respondents in a new poll say they disapproved of Republican House Speaker John Boehner offering the Middle Eastern leader an invitation to speak to Congress without first clearing it with President Obama.From Nony

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Exxon Settles $9 Billion Pollution Case in New Jersey for Far Less

Exxon Settles $9 Billion Pollution Case in New Jersey for Far Less - A long-fought legal battle to recover $8.9 billion in damages from Exxon Mobil Corporation for the contamination and loss of use of more than 1,500 acres of wetlands, marshes, meadows and waters in northern New Jersey has been quietly settled by the state for around $250 million.From Nony

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Poison Pill - Pacific Standard

Poison Pill - Pacific Standard - The state of Kentucky may finally get its deliverance. After more than seven years of battling the evasive legal tactics of Purdue Pharma, 2015 may be the year that Kentucky and its attorney general, Jack Conway, are able to move forward with a civil lawsuit alleging that the drugmaker misled doctors and patients about their blockbuster pain pill OxyContin, leading to a vicious addiction epidemic across large swaths of the state.From Nony

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This Is Your Brain on Magic - The Atlantic

This Is Your Brain on Magic - The Atlantic - I'm going to flip through here and I want you to glance at a card in the middle, Jay Olson tells his volunteer, offering the deck of cards in his hands. Not the bottom onethat's kind of simple for mebut one in the middle. Okay From Nony

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MAIL FRIEND :: illwillpress.com

MAIL FRIEND :: illwillpress.com - Foamy!!! your lord and master!!!From Anawaram

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