Jerry Lewis, the comedian and filmmaker who was adored by many, disdained by others, but unquestionably a defining figure of American entertainment in the 20th century, died on Sunday morning at his home in Las Vegas.
Partisans are taking their bets as news of Secretary of State John Kerry and Republican Presidential hopeful Senator Marco Rubio square off in an epic boat race, Gish Gallop has learned. Both government heavyweights are both on record as wanting to "settle the score" on which boat is faster.
Jimmie Brenton of Woodpecker Way said he's grown tired of not being able to exercise his "God-given liberty" to do what he wants with his land. He is also tired of people walking behind his house on the Nevada Irrigation District (NID) Cascade Canal trail.
Natural gas commodity speculators are betting on a large methane release from the frozen Siberian tundra which will drive natural gas prices down to record levels.
A petition to change Nevada City's name to "Nevada Fucking City" has garnered enough signatures from residents to put the question to voters in the next election.
Jackson, CA resident David Johanson lost his appeal in Sacramento this past week.
The popular debunking website which describes itself as having all "latest rumors, urban legends, myths and misinformation gathered together in one nifty list," was forced this week to demonstrate that the 1990s film Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray was in fact FALSE.
A 4 year study by the Palo Alto-based Rundex Family Foundation of major television broadcasts and newspaper outlets has found that continual coverage of mass shootings and murders is leads the population at large to feel very sad.