Google To Use Mothers to Teach New AI InterfacePublished March 2023
SEATTLE, WA – Google has announced a shift in strategy for the company’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) interface, relying on mothers instead of the internet to help inform AI decision making.
Experts Offer Up Ten Ways to be a Happier PersonPublished September 2018
DETROIT, MI – According to a recent report by the World Health Organization, most of the America’s population describes themselves as unhappy.
Families Agree to Ignore Last Six Months This HolidayPublished October 2016
WASHINGTON, DC – American families have unanimously agreed to ignore the last couple months and just enjoy a quiet thanksgiving dinner.
High School Coach Dislikes Kid for No ReasonPublished October 2015
PARKER, CO – Local high school football coach doesn’t like high school athlete Kyle McDavid for no apparent reason.
NSA Access Permanent School RecordsPublished August 2013
WASHINGTON, DC – With approval from both Congress and the President, The National Security Agency now has access to every American’s permanent school records.
Every student who attended a school in America has a permanent record that contains information on the student including performance and disciplinary issues.
“We’ve been telling kids for generations that their permanent file will come back to haunt them and now it has,” said Department of Education Secretary, Arne Duncan.
Obama Planning on “Kicking Back” During Second TermPublished December 2012
WASHINGTON, DC – President Obama announced last week that after his inauguration he will just “kick back” for the rest of his second term.
Performance of The Nutcracker “OK”Published December 2011
LONE PINE, AR—Four chairs holding three girls and one boy dressed as mice and cracking pecans set the stage for a production of the Christmas classic, “The Nutcracker” this week. The four children, who made up the entire cast of the production, cracked nuts using dolls for an hour and a half.
Santa Claus Asks Congress For BailoutPublished November 2008
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In another bailout request, Santa Claus appeared before Congress this week asking for $45 billion in order to continue operations and ensure “Christmas happens as it should.”
Boy Scouts Retire Two Difficult Merit BadgesPublished May 2008
IRVING, TEXAS – The Boy Scouts of America have retired two merit badges the organization has deemed “impossible to obtain.” The badges to be removed from availability are the Talking to Girls and Popular merit badges.
Local Haunted House Targets Easily Scared Soccer MomsPublished October 2007
CINCINNATI, OH – A local warehouse is being transformed into something frightening this month for the upcoming Halloween holiday. The Suburban Scare House will open this week and while it will offer frights for all ages, one specific group is targeted with this new haunted house – white, soccer moms.