Folks, ramen noodles now have serious competition. This dish is easy, quick, requires only five ingredients, and – best of all – no actual measuring cups are needed. And, you cook this with three button-pushes on the microwave. This dish … Continue reading
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An Atlanta court hearing took place for a student journalist. A member of the press was barred from bringing her equipment, which was subsequently seized and impounded by the security detail at the courthouse building. Free speech is no longer … Continue reading
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Here are some cartoons from 2009. 2009 was an interesting year: The IRS started changing the rules on deductions for children after auditors discovered that pets were being deducted by childless couples, medicine costs started skyrocketing, and customer attitudes became … Continue reading