BEST WAY TO CLEAN GROUT
July 30th, 2014
(1) Ignore it;
(3) Stanley Steamer;
(4) Drip bacon grease on it and let the dog lick it;
(5) Rip out the tile and replace it with AstroTurf;
(6) Replace grout with toothpaste or denture cream;
(7) Burn it black;
(8) Clorox and vodka until someone passes out;
(9) Elmer’s Glue;
(10) Dazzling white mouthwash;
(11) Baking Soda;
(12) Just move;
(13) Put carpet over it;
(14) Sock and white shoe polish;
(15) Pennies between tiles;
(16) Let the shower spill over;
(17) Let the bath spill over;
(18) Dental floss;
(19) Hire a dentist;
FLYING FIRST CLASS IN CARGO
July 28th, 2014
Israel warns of long Gaza war…the military-industrial complex is now buying additional vacation homes.
A 2nd American is infected with Ebola…ironically it turns your insides red, white, and blue.
A court rules Virginia’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional…especially if the couple is wearing tri-cornered hats.
Sarah Palin has launched her own online TV network…the first show will be “Learn Your A-B-C’s.”
The FAA may fine Southwest Airlines 12 million dollars…in related news you can now fly Southwest Airlines in the cargo hold.
Jeff Gordon won a NASCAR-record 5th Brickyard 400…reinvigorating NASCAR’s second biggest money maker – NASCAR fans who hate Jeff Gordon.
A study finds fist bumps spread less germs than handshakes…except most business deals closing with fist bumps involve illegal drugs.
The tabloids claim Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are splitting…someone must have a new TV show or album coming out.
Warner Brothers has released Mad Max: Fury Road posters…they look remarkably like America circa 2014.
Lady Gaga makes a cameo appearance in the new Sin City movie…presumably as Lady Gaga.
Hollywood made a sequel to Sharknado…clearly Hollywood has a drug problem.
THE GREY COWL
July 28th, 2014
Mobile ads are fueling Facebook’s profits…and dousing desires to stay on it for a long time.
A senator from Montana is accused of plagiarism…but then again it’s Montana so there aren’t enough people there to care.
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office meddled with a commission he created to root out corruption…apparently mission accomplished.
Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ will stay in New York…he’s not pretty enough for LA.
Batman is turning 75…his cowl is grey.
Britney Spears has he own line of lingerie and sweatsuits…great for lip syncing.
Attorneys for a Florida gay couple turned Wednesday to a state appeals court to lift a judge’s order blocking them from getting married.
A federal court ruled ObamaCare subsidies are illegal…just like the majority of ObamaCare’s patients.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Hamas has a fundamental choice…rename itself so it doesn’t get confused with the name of a popular snack.
THE BIG ESCARGOT
July 22nd, 2014
White flags have replaced American flags atop the Brooklyn Bridge…or it’s now the world’s biggest clothes line.
Gun control advocates protested New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during his visit to Connecticut…but he was welcomed with open arms by the state’s restaurants.
An annaul report ranks Massachusetts kids ranked number one for overall well-being…or as Massachusetts kids say “Wicked Awesome.”
The Beatles’ George Harrison Memorial Tree was killed by actual beetles…although some are asking the whereabouts of Yoko.
Canada is recalling California fruit…while most Californias are unable to find Canada on a map.
Researchers have identified more than 80 new genes linked to schizophrenia…or is it 40 genes with dual personalities?
Robert Downey Junior is the highest-paid actor…forget Iron Man, more like Platinum Man.
Billy Joel will receive the Gershwin Prize from the Library of Congress…or as most Long Islanders call it some readin’ award.
A sequel to Fight Club is in the works…hopefully it won’t be like Basic Instinct 2.
Coca-Cola has launched a revamped marketing strategy, a personalized “Share a Coke” campaign…after rejecting an earlier incarnation “Share Diabetes.”
McDonald’s second quarter profits fell on weak US and European sales…especially in France where no one is buying the Big Escargot.
GREAT WHITE WAY
July 22nd, 2014
Olympic gold medalist Ian Thorpe is gay…some say they already knew when they saw glitter in the pool.
Christopher Walken will star in NBC’s Peter Pan Live…as the most awkward Lost Boy ever.
Israel and Hamas are considering an Egyptian proposal for a cease-fire…written in vanishing ink.
In West Virginia two women are running for a U.S. Senate seat…the last time two women made history in West Virginia they wore pants.
Two years of exercising, eating healthier food, and training their brains helps ward off Alzheimer’s…and Jenny Craig.
67 giant snails have been seized at LA airport…it must be French smugglers…that’s a lot of escargot.
Trump Entertainment Resorts is laying off workers…now there are more people who can’t afford to buy his ties.
Secret makes an app allowing users to post Facebook messages anonymously…there’s a simpler way to do that…sign up for Facebook under a pen name.
Next month’s super moon will be brighter and larger…a prediction made by men.
A second probe finds more safety lapses at CDC anthrax labs…like show-and-tell sessions.
Friends have more DNA in common than strangers…especially if those friends are F*&K buddies.
Saturday Night Live” cast member Brooks Wheelan has been “fired” from the show…news to those of us who didn’t know he was on the show.
A Tupac Shakur musical is closing after less than two months on Broadway…which is why they call it the The Great White Way.
AFRICAN CARRIER PIGEONS
July 13th, 2014
Germany has won the World Cup…in related news Germany is now importing beer.
The Pope says 8,000 pedophiles are members of the Catholic clergy…it’s easier to get a collar than be collared.
Samsung, the world’s leading cell phone maker, is being undercut by cheap Chinese phones…which will soon be undercut by African carrier pigeons.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is number one at the box office…they’re rich damn dirty apes.
An observation deck caught fire at Rockefeller Plaza…apparently not everyone is observant.
Citigroup is paying $7 billion to end a probe into the bank’s sales of mortgage-backed bonds…it now has $7 billion less for company parties.
Apple tells China the iPhone i.e. not a threat to security…they know because they’ve been watching.
An eye test may be able to detect Alzheimer’s decades before onset…you’re OK if you remember you have eyes.
Tracy Morgan is suing Walmart over deadly limo crash…soon to be accepted at Walmart…the Tracy Morgan Walmart credit card.
Jersey Shore star JWoww has given birth to a baby girl…who will have no problem doing anything she wants after she’s old enough to watch reruns of the Jersey Shore.
Katherine Heigl reportedly became flustered at a question about whether she’s difficult…point proven.
REAL LEATHER-BOUND BOOKS
June 6th, 2014
Jobs report: Hiring has first four-month clip above 200K since ’90s…in related news…raves are popular…again.
Obama meets with Putin as Russia mends ties with the West…and to compare notes about spying with a former KGB chief.
Jennifer Lopez breaks up with boyfriend Casper Smart…hey Casper…for those lonely nights…keep the photos of her ass.
University of Michigan is building a fake city to test self-driving cars…and yet we still have homeless living in real cities.
Johns Hopkins researchers say letting kids eat dirty is healthy…maybe a degree from a community college isn’t so bad after all.
Actor Jonah Hill made a homophobic slur…when asked for reaction the gay community said, “Who’s Jonah Hill?”
Experts at Harvard confirm a 19th-century book at one of the university’s libraries is bound in human skin…presumably the book is about cannibalism.
A United Airlines passenger denies she said “I kill white people”…what she said was…”I kill white people’s dreams.”
It’s National Donut Day…and National Diabetes Day too.
China spent $145 billion on defense…that’s a lot of karate classes.
Vodafone has published a report detailing how cops, g-men and spies around the world tap into its systems…apparently it involves string and two tin cans.
Apple’s iWatch will have curved OLED touchscreen…so it doesn’t get in the way when you reach for your wallet.
TOFU SLOPPY JOES
June 6th, 2014
Ellen DeGeneres has been branded a “transphobic”…you know liberals have lost their minds when it’s now acceptable to name call other liberals.
Smith and Wesson sales are up 7%…bullets are the new bubble.
A study finds meat and dairy may be deterimental to your health…time to give up steak smoothies.
New federal dietary guidelines for schools boost fruit and vegetable consumption…watch for tofu sloppy joes.
Comcast to air medical marijuana commercials in Massachusetts…watch the Bay state become the Blah state.
The Pentagon wants to keep its US$80 billion war chest even though most or all US troops are to withdraw from Afghanistan…no wonder the world thinks we’re juvenile…this is the longest running game of Finders Keepers.
Asian air pollution could have impact on global weather patterns…I thought the wind recently tasted like Egg Foo Young.
Scientists recently transformed a flat surface into a spherical antenna…I believe that’s a euphemism for sex.
Congress is pushing for stronger e-Cigarette regulations…while the American people are pushing for stronger e-Congress regulations.
A study finds postpartum depression can affect fathers too…and it lasts the lifetime of the kid.
EGG FOO YOUNG IN THE WIND
April 15th, 2014
Earth’s shadow eclipsed the moon around 1am on Tuesday…or it was practice for magician David Cooperfield.
Ukraine’s leader says An “anti-terrorist operation” is under way against pro-Russia protesters…or as it’s known in Kiev…Tuesday.
Guinea’s health ministry says deaths from its recent Ebola outbreak have slowed…in related news vacation homes in Guinea can be had at a bargain.
Former Italian Premeier Silvio Berlusconi must perform community service as a result of a tax-fraud conviction…Berlusconi argued he’s already performing community service by bedding beautiful Italian women.
Legal experts claim Oscar Pistorius’ testimony may have tripped up his defense…leave it to the media to use the expression “tripped up”…they are so sensitive.
India court recognises transgender people as third gender…once again India is ahead of the US…also because they own a lot of gold.
Fed Head Janet Yellen says the Federal Reserve is considering tougher rules for big banks…like they actually have to act like a bank instead of drunk gamblers.
Experts claim accelerting inflation is a sign of an improving US economy…not the sign of a country that prints money like a deranged counterfitter.
U.S. home builders remained downbeat in April…April showers bring depressed contractors.
Google is considering tiny cameras for contact lenses…now instead of worry about dry eyes you’ll have to worry about porn eyes.
Donald Trump says he’s committed to buying and keeping the Bills in Western New York…and by Western New York, he means Ohio.
March 4th, 2014
Shell plans to sell its minority interest in an Australian gas field…apparently what’s “down under” isn’t worth as much as previously thought.
Chocolate, wine, and berries may protect against type 2 diabetes…and against a “dull” life.
A neurologist claims smoking during pregnancy can make babies gay…the old false oral-fixation theory.
Dozens of passengers have contracted a stomach illness on a Royal Carribbean ship…cruise lines need to become more Italian and wrap everything in plastic.
Ukraine-Russia tensions ease…if you believe that then Putin has a bridge he’s like to put you under.
The Secretary of State makes a show of support for Kiev, and against Putin…all Americans heard was “a secretary likes pudding.”
Flexcoin says it lost $600,000 worth of bitcoins to hackers…the future was, is, and apparently will be in plastics.
General Motors’s CEO says she’s personally directing the recall of 1.37 million GM cars…cause they make a weird noise she can’t really describe.
RadioShack is closing stores…not hard to believe since it’s 2014 and your store is still called RadioShack.
Tesla Motors plans to open 30 service centers and stores…it might better open banks willing to loan money to buy Teslas.
The New York Times has printed a correction to a 160-year-old story…and people still wondering why newspapers are dying.