Road-tripping out west over Thanksgiving break got me thinking about geology and climate more than ever before. The trip took my car over Iowa…
When it comes to social freedoms in society, I’m fairly libertarian. People have the right to entertain themselves in any matter so long as it…
“Every nonmarried girl age 7 to 16 will have the chance to flee to safety or get raped.”
The Fat Acceptance Movement, sometimes known as “fat appreciation,” is a slowly spreading movement that began in the 1960s. The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance originated as a feminist movement in a way to counter the social expectation for women to look good for their (or any) man.
“Friends and Fellow Citizens:” began President George Washington in his Farewell Address to the American people, continuing in regards to political party:
Men don’t join other men in the bathroom. The only speaking that takes place in a men’s bathroom is the distance one stands away from the urinal. Too close, too meek — too far, too cocky. Your manhood depends on this.
In 40,000 years, NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft will be closer to another star than it will be to our sun — and that’s just halfway. Gliese 445 is the lucky star system Voyager 1 is heading toward, albeit the system is actually traveling toward Voyager 1 faster than than the spacecraft is moving toward it.
If Michael Jackson was the king of pop, Miley Cyrus is certainly the queen. She has brought twerking to the stage the way that Michael did with the moon walk. Her tongue is more iconic than Kiss. And she has become a renaissance woman for defining female talent, grace and beauty.
As of 2007, there were nine states that had no explicit laws on necrophilia. Effective at the beginning of this year, Illinois pushed a law governing the taboo topic with a vote 114-0 in favor of: “Creating the offense of abuse of a corpse. Providing that a person commits the offense if he or she intentionally engages in sexual conduct with a corpse or involving a corpse.” The penalty for committing this crime is up to seven years in prison.
Across the country within the last couple months, Americans have been protesting the trial of George Zimmerman, demanding justice. The only problem, the verdict defined the servitude of justice. I never wanted to get involved with such a topic but the public just won’t let it go.
Behold: the recently or currently running TV programs from The Learning Channel, The History Channel and The Discovery Channel, respectively: