Friday

July 15, 2011

The Democratic governor of Minnesota has reached an agreement with the Republican legislature that will bring an end to the state's two-week government shutdown. That's right: after two long and trying weeks, we can finally go back to not caring about Minnesota.

California will soon require its schools to teach gay and lesbian history, which as we all know is the gayest of all histories. Supposedly, school officials had been tossing the idea around for years, but they were never really married to it.

A new study finds that people are less likely to retain information if they believe they can look it up later on the Internet. Experts say...whoa, hey, did you see this? Apparently, there's a new study that finds people are less likely to retain information if they believe they can look it up later on the Internet. Crazy stuff.

A loophole discovered in the state's constitution has revealed that North Dakota may not actually be a state. Which changes nothing.

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