If you are in the market for backyard guinea fowl -- And really, who isn't? -- Windrose Farm has around 15 that need a new home. The pros: They're free and hilariously cute when running at frenetic speeds around the farm (or in your backyard). And as Bill Spencer of Windrose Farm says, "At times t ... More >>
Strange logic from a righteous man.Ah, you knew the defenders of rape would come out from under their trenchcoats for this one. Author Bernard-Henri Levy, Roman Polanski's chief apologist -- for sure. But Hollywood dough boy and conservative pundit Ben Stein? What's bizarre about Stein's re ... More >>
Recently, we brought you Top 10 Men With Meat Names, culled from an online collection of men who share their names with different kinds of animal flesh. It got us thinking, though --Â what about all those gentlemen with vegetables for last names? Where was that amusing website designed exclusively f ... More >>
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Last week, several of your Facebook friends and the people who usually IM and email you odd links most likely pointed you in the direction of a Youtube video featuring a sorta grotesque looking middle-aged Italian dude who goes from a classroom skit in a variety show into the most amazing beat-heavy ... More >>
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If you're used to the boxes of blindingly white eggs that you get grocery stores--a dozen at a time in production-line rows, sometimes stamped, often tasteless--fresh eggs can be revelatory. Farmer Peter Schaner's eggs, which he sells at farmers markets, are definitely so, in taste and size and colo ... More >>
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