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Alter-Earth Mayan Doom Family Makes Christmas Awkward

December 26, 2012


The holidays are all about being with your family. Sometimes, this includes your alternate reality counterparts. The Mann family of Amherst, Texas received unexpected guests for the holidays: their alter-Earth versions from a timeline where the planet was destroyed during a Mayan apocalypse. “It was really interesting to see how the other half lived…when the […]

Gun Control Becomes $2 Billion Industry

December 15, 2012


The movement to ban assault weapons and regulate other guns more stringently has become a $2 billion industry. Sales of stickers, T-shirts, and other merchandise protesting guns have grown to rival the actual gun industry this year, with several gun control companies making the coveted Fortune 500 list. “Their increased market value demands that we […]

No More Concerts For Sandy Victims

December 14, 2012


After the Robin Hood Foundation raised more than $30 million with a benefit concert on Dec. 12, it was announced that there will be no more fundraising shows for the victims of Super Storm Sandy. “Each of us could have thrown our own concerts, and made $30 million each,” Bruce Springsteen said. “But, I’m sure […]