- The Washington Times - Sunday, November 16, 2008

You remember that guy that did that thing that everybody was talking about that time? That was awesome, wasn’t it?


Scientists say that about 70 percent of household dust consists of skin cells and hair that your body has sloughed off.

That means that dust bunnies are your dead skin cells’ feeble attempt to reorganize themselves into an exact duplicate of you.

Think about that the next time you break out the Swiffer 360.


If George Washington were alive today, would we call him the “baby daddy of our country?”


Dollar stores are interesting.

They go by different names, usually using the word “dollar” in front of some noun that suggests plenty like “tree,” “ocean,” “universe” or “virus.”

You can find them in strip malls, regular malls, even upscale malls.

But no matter what you call them or where you find them, they have one thing in common: the smell.

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