Archive for October 4th, 2013

Palestinians Using Thousands of Spent Tear Gas Canisters as PLANT POTS

Palestinians Using Thousands of Spent Tear Gas Canisters as PLANT POTS

A Palestinian woman has collected thousands of spent tear gas canisters, with the help of others in her village, in order to demarcate reclaimed Palestinian land. The act is one of both peaceful resistance and an answer to the controversial “security wall” erected by the State of Israel. The strange garden is located in the […]

‘You Should Host Taco Day’ – Just When You Thought Fox News Couldn’t Get Any More Racist…

‘You Should Host Taco Day’ – Just When You Thought Fox News Couldn’t Get Any More Racist…

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade asks Nicaraguan meteorologist to host ‘Taco Day’ segment. “You grew up on tacos,” he informed the Nicaraguan whose native country does not in fact traditionally eat tacos. “So what are the tips we need to know?” Kilmeade asked Molina on Friday, October 4th, National Taco Day. The meteorologist was dumbfounded […]

Posted in: Media and News, Racism
World’s First ‘Trillionaire’ Offers To Pay Off U.S. National Debt Before Losing It All

World’s First ‘Trillionaire’ Offers To Pay Off U.S. National Debt Before Losing It All

The world’s richest man, Carlos Slim Helu has been the world’s richest man for four years in a row, with a net worth of $36.3 billion. That is, until Reggie Theus recently become the worlds first trillionaire… Reggie’s trillionaire status was short-lived, however. But before his bank realized they had errantly deposited the extreme figure […]

Posted in: Banks, Economy
The Secret NYC Library That’s Hidden in a Subway!

The Secret NYC Library That’s Hidden in a Subway!

“You can’t find this place unless someone tells you about it,” one regular patron said. The New York Times called it the “commuters’ secret, back in 2010. In this city where millions pride themselves on being hipper than the rest of the country (world?), what could be better than a secret library branch hidden in the […]

Posted in: Culture and History