Lotto Winner Planning to Buy PoliticianPublished August 2022
TOLEDO, OH – The winner of the recent Mega Millions lottery jackpot said she plans to purchase her very own politician with the winnings.
Group Shocked to Learn MTV Still on The AirPublished June 2022
NEW YORK, NY – A mixed group of Millennials and Gen-Xers were shocked this week to learn that MTV is still on the air and broadcasting new content.
Local Man Confident He Can Sell Bowling Shirt for $80Published January 2022
PORTLAND, OR – Local man, Scott Hackerst, is pretty sure he can sell a bowling shirt he found at his uncle’s house for $80.
New MLB Rule: Yankees Automatically Qualify for PlayoffsPublished October 2021
NEW YORK, NY – Although the playoffs are still underway, Major League Baseball announced a rule change this week that will ensure the New York Yankees automatically make the playoffs.
Local Man Still Wearing Fedora For Some ReasonPublished August 2021
LOS ANGELES, CA – A local Pasadena man is still wearing a fedora hat in publi
Olympic Events Changed to Help COVID Affected AthletesPublished August 2021
TOKYO, JAPAN – The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced the International Olympic Committee to make several changes to events of this year’s Summer Olympic Games to accommodate athletes COVID-19 related symptoms.
Father Unwilling to Accept Son is Terrible at SportsPublished May 2019
DALLAS, TX – Local father John Mansinni is slowly coming to terms with the fact that his son, John Jr, is a terrible athlete.
Dress Code Forces Man to Dress like an AdultPublished August 2018
KANSAS CITY, KS – A newly implemented dress code has forced local developer Curt Dressop to dress like an adult.
Cleveland Indians Change Mascot to Man from IndiaPublished March 2015
CLEVELAND, OH – Responding to political pressure, the Cleveland Indians baseball team has changed its mascot from a Native American to a man from India.
28 Things We Learned from Last Month’s State of the UnionPublished January 2015
WASHINGTON, DC – During the State of the Union address last month President Obama made a number of statements reflecting on the past year and made a number of promises looking ahead.