Banned in the USA

On September 11, 2001, Clear Channel owned 1200 radio stations in the United States. In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, programmers came up with a blacklist of sorts, of songs that might possibly cause trauma or offense. The list was only meant to be suggestions, but staff at each station adhered to it pretty closely, for years afterward. The radio adage is that "what you don't play can't hurt you," and no one wants to put their job in jeopardy over a song. On the other hand, not getting radio airplay in 2001 had a profound effect on the musicians behind those songs. Some had just released albums or singles that were stopped in their tracks, while others saw their entire careers damaged. Fifteen years later, Ringer talked to five artists who were on the list.

C.J. Pierce [Drowning Pool]: We started doing USO tours. We went over and played on active bases. We went to Iraq and Kuwait a few times. And the troops, they said they would listen to “Bodies” to get in the right frame of mind to do their job, to come home safe. We felt more of a sense of a reverse effect: Radio wasn’t playing it, but everybody else affected by the situation was listening to the song.

Serj Tankian [System of a Down]: On 9/12, I had written a statement called “Understanding Oil” and posted it to the band’s website [the next day]. It was basically a very — it was a geopolitical thought process, trying to understand what had happened and how it was linked to our foreign policy of the past 50 years, et cetera. And it was really — we got a lot of heat for it. Death threats, you name it. It taught me a valuable lesson: It’s quite easy to speak the truth when public opinion is on your side. It’s not, when it’s not. It’s pretty painful when it’s not. But the truth doesn’t change.

Richard Patrick [Filter]: At some point, I don’t know what happened, but everyone just wanted to be entertained by the pretty people. It was like the end of — it was like a place where all of a sudden the world became too horrified by reality, and then all of a sudden everyone wanted all their entertainment to be pretty. Even in movies and stuff like that.

Read the rest of the sad but fascinating oral history of the musical aftermath of 9/11 with these guys plus Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Barry McGuire.  -via Nag on the Lake


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Benedict Cumberbatch is a Distant Relative of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

It turns out that Benedict Cumberbatch may have been born to play Sherlock Holmes. Researchers have recently discovered that he is actually a distant relative (16th cousins, twice removed to be exact) of Mr. Holmes' creator, Conan Doyle. Of course, that is pretty distant. To put it in perspective, their last common ancestor was John of Gaunt, the duke of Lancaster, who lived in the 14th century.

Researchers from Ancestry.com discovered the connection in their free time simply because they love the Sherlock series, which returned yesterday by the way. According to Fox, the website has not yet told the actor about the connection.


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The Problem with New Year's Resolutions

Tingman filmed his four-year-old daughter Laura talking about New Year resolutions. She's right. The new year shouldn't be the only time we decide to make changes in our lives. Food for thought.  

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But that's not what makes this video special. She four years old! No, she didn't write this speech. She's probably not reading cue cards. But even if she was fed lines one at a time, she's got amazing presence and inflection, which makes her the cutest motivational speaker you will hear this week. Watch a video of Laura playing piano at age two.  -via Metafilter

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Daredevil Photographer Shoots Urban Landscapes From A Fresh Perspective

If you want your urban landscape photos to get attention online you have to present images taken from a fresh perspective, which is why daredevils and urban explorers take the freshest photos.

And speaking of fresh- these stunning photos by self-taught photographer Tatsuto Shibata take my breath away, because Tatsuto's perspectives are anything but ordinary.

Tatsuto shoots from way up high and deep inside, showing us the sights from several different, and quite unusual, perspectives.

But he doesn't just show us the city from a daredevil's perspective- he takes us on an enthralling  tour of each town, as Tatsuto switches up his style on a whim.

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Funny Where Wolf Werewolf- Something's Different About Waldo...


Funny Where Wolf Werewolf by Mudge

People kept blindly searching for a guy in red and white stripes named Waldo, never stopping to consider Waldo is a pretty common name- and that particular Waldo had been on the road a really long time. When people spend that much time on the road you're bound to run into a few freaks and even more monsters, which is why spending too much time traveling can really change you. And yet people kept wondering where they would find Waldo next, searching so closely for that stripey fellow that they ignored the trail of bodies he was leaving behind...

Warn people about the danger of searching for Waldo with this Funny Where Wolf Werewolf t-shirt by Mudge, it's the delicious way to show the world you found Waldo- and he ain't lookin' too good these days!

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The Joy of Vibrating

Ever since we got electrical power, there have been weight-loss gadgets that depend on vibration. They don't work; you can't vibrate fat away. That doesn't mean these gadgets can't be fun. Two little boys found one out for demonstration in a store and decided to try it out. One was overcome with the ridiculousness of it all. The other discovered what vibrating will do to your voice. Then the first kid found that so funny that he literally ROFLed.  -via Digg 

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The Cat That Thinks Its A Husky

Back in 2014 we featured a husky that was raised around cats and thus, thought it was a cat, but as it turns out, we now know the opposite can be true too. Meet Rosie, a cat that was abandoned at only three weeks old and raised in a home with a surrogate mother husky who happens to be good friends with a few other huskies who live in the neighborhood. The kitty survived thanks to its surrogate family, but Rosie never learned what it's like to be a cat. Instead, she thinks she's just a slightly smaller dog.

Like her dog buddies, Rosie likes to go hiking, swimming, kayaking and more -basically whatever her humans and dog friends are up to, she wants to be a part of it. 

You can keep up on this cute kitty's adventures, and those of her friends, over on Instagram.

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Five Movies that are Just Way Too Smart For All of Us

If you don't quite understand a movie, it may be because it went just above your head or maybe it's really just a confusing mess. If you liked the movie, a second or third showing may reveal all. Or you can read the reviews and get an explanation -if there is one. Then there are movies where you think, "LOL, I know this makes sense but I don't want to work too hard at it, so I'll just take their word for it." Which of those categories does Primer fall into for you?

Shane Carruth delivered high on complexity with his film about a pair of scientists who build their own version of a time traveling machine. What was so amazing about this film is that it was created with the low budget of seven thousand dollars. The film contains a plethora of minor details that are important in moving the story forward. Complex doesn’t even begin to describe its intense intellectualism and facts with which it is packed. In fact, discussions are still taking place about this intellifilm and people are just starting to figure it out after twelve years time. It is a brilliant film

If you like mind-expanding movies that force you to think and notice clues and keep up with subplots, you'll want to check out the film suggestions featured at Unreality.


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Dashcam Video Footage Of A Driver Hitting 240 Green Lights In A Row

One of the more popular automotive-related urban legends is the tale of "nothing but green", in which a driver claims to have hit X amount of green lights in a row while driving through the city.

This urban legend is hard to believe in big cities like Los Angeles, New York or San Francisco, because it seems like all the other drivers on the road would make it really hard to continuously  every light, green or not.

But NYC ride-share driver Noah Forman hit an astounding 240 green lights while driving through Manhattan, and Shawn Swetsky posted Noah's dashcam footage to prove it.

Noah hits 240 green lights. from Shawn Swetsky - Post Producer on Vimeo.

You can also watch Noah hit 240 green lights in a row in real time on the full 26 minute long video here.

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Cold War Secret: “Project Horizon”

The following article is from the new book Uncle John’s Uncanny Bathroom Reader.

Believe it or not, in the 1950s the U.S. seriously considered building a military base on the Moon. Why? As Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson later put it, so that Americans would never have to go to bed “by the light of a Communist Moon.”

LOOK—UP IN THE SKY!

Just before 10:30 p.m. on the evening of October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite, into orbit around Earth. Sputnik was just a metal sphere with some antennas attached, not much larger than a basketball. All it did was send radio signals beeping back to Earth. But it passed over the United States several times a day, and there was nothing the government could do about it. The implications were obvious: Russian missiles that carried satellites like Sputnik into orbit might someday be used to launch nuclear weapons against America.

The Russians didn’t stop there: One month later they commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution by launching a dog into orbit aboard Sputnik 2. They boldly predicted that Soviet cosmonauts would celebrate the Russian Revolution’s 50th anniversary, in 1967, on the Moon.

FOREIGN SOIL

U.S. intelligence analysts who studied the secretive Soviet space program feared that the Russians might indeed be capable of landing on the Moon by 1967. That raised some disturbing possibilities for American military planners: What if the Soviets claimed the Moon as Russian territory? Even worse, what if they established a military base on the Moon, perhaps even a nuclear missile base with its missiles pointed back at Earth? The United States would have no way to defend itself. The only answer, at least as far as planners in the U.S. Army were concerned, was to get to the Moon first and build a lunar base before the Russians did. Then the U.S. could decide for itself whether to put missiles on there, and whether to permit the Russians to land and build their own lunar base. And if it decided to deny the Russians their own base, American soldier-astronauts stationed on the Moon could stop them from landing.

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Some Of The Darkest And Most Chilling Things Kids Have Said To Their Parents

Kids don't have a filter when it comes to blurting out whatever is on their mind, a quality that adults are envious of yet can cause embarrassment for their parents.

I was explaining to my niece the difference between things that can and can’t change about people. She was confused, because she’d met a set of three siblings and the eldest wasn’t the tallest.

So I told her that one day even SHE, an itty-bitty four year old, could be taller than me, a big huge grownup. But even if she was taller, I would always be older.

She looked me serious as you like and says, “You’ll be dead sooner too.”

But the unfiltered stuff that comes out of their mouth isn't always cute and endearing- sometimes it's downright chilling.

I can’t remember if she was 3 or 4, but our little daughter’s voice peeped up from the back seat one morning:

“Dad, do babies bathe in blood?”

They don't really understand why the words they're saying are disturbing to their parents, since they don't quite grasp grim concepts like murder and mortality.

But sometimes it's hard to believe they don't actually understand what's wrong with the words coming out of their mouths: 

My 6 year old daughter in the passenger seat a few days ago looked at me and said “Dad. When I’m seven I’m going to kill you. No, wait. When I’m eight.”

I had to ask, “How are you going to do that?”

She smiled and said, “I’m gonna drive over your head with this car.”

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The Parents of Reddit were asked "What is the most dark/chilling thing your children have said?" and they shared stories of murder plans, predicted miscarriages and imaginary friends who go bump in the night:

My niece drew a picture “of a man in her room” that she kept telling her parents about. He had two different colored eyes, and one was gray.

When asked why it was gray, she responded, “Because he can see the storm coming.”

See 20 WTF, Chilling and Dark Things Kids Said To Their Parents here

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Alexa Gone Wild

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Amazon Alexa is a web-enabled voice-activated speaker that can be wired up as a total household assistant. This toddler wanted to try it out. He asked Alexa to play a song. He's trying to say "Twinkle, Twinkle," but it sounds more like "Digger Digger." Still, I don't understand how Alexa got so turned around in her interpretation. This family will soon be looking for a family filter app. -via Pleated-Jeans

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The Simpsons Does Dark Comedy Right

There's a reason The Simpsons is one of the most highly regarded TV comedies of all time- the writing is comedy gold.

From the ridiculously funny character development to the satirical nature of Springfield, USA to the witty jabs taken at politicians and famous people, people expect an irreverent laugh and the writers deliver.

They love to make the audience cringe with those uncomfortable jokes that make us say "sad but true", because it's better to laugh at the dark side of human civilization than let it turn you into Kirk Van Houten!

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Hipster Clothing for Action Figures

Monika Hegedus is a clothing designer and seamstress, but her models are 1/6 human scale. They are action figures. If you have an action figure that needs a fine wardrobe, check out her Etsy store Hegemony77com. They are well-made clothing items, as you can tell from the Dexter Morgan-inspired outfit above. She also does custom orders.

You can see a bit of how Monika makes these tiny shorts and pants at her blog. This kind of fashion is only for serious collectors or role players or something. They're not cheap, but she has plenty of business. -via Dangerous Minds


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BuzzFeed's Best Comics Of 2016

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Many comic artists put out a new strip weekly, if not daily, so their strip has plenty of opportunities to go viral, but very few strips actually pull in millions of readers and hit the internet jackpot.

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But sites like BuzzFeed are helping artists share their stuff with a broader audience, so comic strip lovers don't miss out on all the incredibly relatable and highly entertaining comics being put out by these clever folks.

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BuzzFeed shared all the best strips posted to their site in 2016 so we can relive all the ego boosting highs and embarrassing lows with comics that remind us we're never alone in our awkwardness!

(Via Loryn Brantz)

See 24 Of Our Best Comics Of 2016 here


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M - It Stands For Monarch, Not Moth!


M by kgullholmen

The theater was full of people who had gone to see Fritz Lang's classic thriller masterpiece M, but instead they were treated to an odd little film about a very strange man in a moth suit. It started out showing the man in the moth suit, who called himself Monarch, as he rose through the ranks of supervillainy despite his laughable costume. It was later explained that he was dressed like a butterfly, not a moth, and that the suit related to his severe daddy issues- because his father was a superhero who called himself Blue Morpho. Sounds like madness runs in the family!

Get geared up for animated action time with this M t-shirt by Kgullholmen, it's approved by the Guild of Calamitous Intent and sure to make your life feel like a Team Venture adventure!

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Thermal Cats

I have a large tomcat who sleeps  on my side of the bed. When I have to move him to get some sleep myself, he's warmed a fairly large spot. Filmed with a thermal camera, you can see how much heat a cat generates. These two cats, Lekki and Leo, even leave a little heat behind when they touch something. They also love to play with warm water. One has a cold nose.

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Lauri and Anni Vuohensilta from Tampere, Finland, launched a new YouTube channel called Thermal Guys. They are asking for suggestions on what would look good filmed through a thermal camera. They are also the couple behind the very popular the Hydraulic Press Channel. -via Metafilter

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This Brewery Will Custom-Make a Beer for You Based on Your DNA

The flavors you like are partially based on how sensitive you are to certain chemicals. Now Meantime Brewing is creating custom brews for customers based on their DNA. Using a saliva sample to analyze what flavor compounds you may or may not enjoy, they will make you a beer they think you enjoy. They will even have you come in to consult on the beer so they can get your input on their flavor profiles and help name the beer and design the label. Of course, this kind of customization isn't cheap -the basic package will cost almost $31,000, but at least it leaves you with a good 2,000 pints of beer.

Read more about the process on their website.

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The Year's Best Cake Wrecks

Jen Yates has several posts that highlight the best of 2016 at Cake Wrecks. This cake with "sprinkels" came from the post The Best Literal LOLs of 2016. Other best-of lists include cakes featuring the Best Misunderstandings of 2016, in which the decorator just took their best guess at what was wanted, and the Best NSFW Wrecks of 2016, some of which were on purpose.   

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Midnight Monologues From A Real Life Sleep Talker

Being told you talk in your sleep can be somewhat nerve-wracking, since it's typically unclear what you actually said while you were sleeping.

And once we're told about this quirk we can't help but wonder which of our secrets are being exposed by our slumbering minds and overactive mouths, a nagging question that can drive you crazy if you let it.

But filmmaker Adam Rosenberg wasn't content to just wonder what he was saying, he wanted to get to the bottom of his sleepy time mumbling- so he set up a high quality microphone and recorded it all. (NSFW language)

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The Somniloquist is a short film Adam created by combining the audio recordings with a masterful performance that really captures the feeling of being someone who talks in their sleep.

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Rogue One Vs. The Phantom Menace

Seventeen years separated the release of The Phantom Menace and Rogue One. George Rottkamp and Jake Young noticed some similarities and some vast differences between the two Star Wars prequels. Discounting the fact that The Phantom Menace was awful and Rogue One was very good, they came up with super-specific things to compare. But you can't discount the difference in the quality of the movies, because the mistakes of the past were lessons that the producers of the new movie took to heart. This comic is from Dorkly.  -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Watch This Panda Play With His New Snowy Friend

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Da Mao is a panda at the Toronto Zoo. Earlier this month, he got a snowman in his enclosure. Maybe he has some rage issues, because Da Mao's immediate response was to start ripping his face off, climbing on him and kicking his head off. One thing's for sure -he had a great time with his snowy new roommate.

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Visiting Disney World is the Modern Version of Making a Medieval Pilgrimage

The religious pilgrimage, whether a medieval hike to a site of a miracle, service in the Crusades, or a required journey to Mecca, is a life-changing, transformative experience. The trouble and expense of such a journey makes it a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many. Does this sound a bit familiar? People say that every family should take their kids to Walt Disney World in Orlando at least once, even if you must save for years to do it. Scholarly studies have been done in 1980 and again in 1989 about how WDW resembles medieval pilgrimage sites, whether that was planned or not.

Pilgrims to Disney World do not have to spend months trekking to Orlando, but the approach to Disney sets the park apart from the space of normal life. To reach the Magic Kingdom requires a journey of many stages. Travelers must pass through private land, on highways owned by Disney, where all signs of the normal world are replaced by signs from Disney World. After parking, visitors make their way, perhaps by tram, across the vast expanse of asphalt to the ticket gates, where they gain entrance to the park. Even after that, though, their journey has one more step: they must take a special form of transportation, either ferry boat or monorail, to the entrance of the Magic Kingdom.

That's just getting there. Read about other features of the park that correspond to religious pilgrimage sites at Atlas Obscura. I've been to Walt Disney World three times, but the one trip with two young children was both transformative and something I never need to do again.

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Ridiculously Fancy Restaurant In San Francisco Now Serving Food On iPads

There are plenty of fancy restaurants serving up expensive meals that are delicious and filling, but it seems the more pretentious restaurants have lost sight of the fact that they're supposed to serve good food, not gimmicks.

Head to Quince restaurant in San Francisco and you'll find one of the most ridiculous and pretentious concepts in fine dining ever conceived- frog legs and white truffle croquettes served on an iPad.

A Dog In Search Of Gold

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The croquettes plate is called A Dog In Search Of Gold, and it's served on an iPad showing a video of dogs hunting for truffles, part of a $220 fixed-price supper that otherwise sounds quite delicious.

The Michelin-starred restaurant also recently served up frog legs on an iPad showing a video of frogs leaping around a pond, just to remind diners where their meal actually came from.

-Via Metro

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New Year Countdown 2017

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It's a movie mashup to welcome in 2017 from Darth Blender! We have the countdown, the fireworks, the kisses, and even the 1812 Overture. Happy New Year, everyone! -via Tastefully Offensive


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What Would Happen If The U.S. Embraced Isolationism?

Prior to World War II the United States had begun to take an isolationist stance towards global politics, which was a response to the loss of life in WWI and the devastating economic disaster known as the Great Depression.

This isolationist stance was bolstered by the fact that many Americans believed the U.S. was going to war solely for the financial benefit of bankers and arms manufacturers.

Nearly a hundred years later the argument for American isolationism has begun again, but what are the pros and cons of the U.S. adopting an isolationist policy?

It's clear that we'd save tons of money on our defense budget, which would give us the chance to handle many domestic issues which we never seem to have the budget for.

But at the same time we'd be more vulnerable to attacks due to a lack of international cooperation, and even though this policy would help us avoid war with China it could also lead to a Russian invasion of the Baltics if the U.S. withdrew from NATO.

There's simply not enough room to discuss this issue in full here, so you'll just have to read 10 Things That Would Happen If The US Became Isolationist at TopTenz and discover more pros and cons of this hot-button issue.


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The Tiger Khan Do It - Shere Megalomania


The Tiger Khan Do It by Prime Premne

When it comes to hunting down man-cubs you need to find a guy who can get the job done quietly and discreetly, someone who will make sure that man-cub is put down for good. That's why the Man-Cub Hunting & Elimination Committee has elected Shere Khan for president, because if anyone can get rid of that pest Mowgli it's the tiger who can eat him all up in one bite! There have been rumors going around the jungle that Shere Khan is actually just a figurehead, and that he lets slithering creeps do all the dirty work for him, but check the books and see for yourself- Shere Khan was born to be a killer of man-cubs, and his bloody track record speaks for itself...

Help campaign to stop man-cubs from invading the jungle with this The Tiger Khan Do It t-shirt by Prime Premne, it's the stylish way to show support for those critters trying to keep their jungle human free!

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The Dogs of 2016

In 2016, as in every other year, dogs were ready to bring us joy. The folks at We Rate Dogs put together a compilation of the most adorable dog videos of the year.

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Those are good dogs. The song is "Center of Gravity" by Brazen Youth. -via Tastefully Offensive

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R.I.P. William Christopher

2016 isn't done yet. Actor William Christopher, best known for playing the character of Father Francis John Patrick Mulcahy on the TV series M*A*S*H, died today at his home in Pasadena.

The actor played the role of Father John Mulcahy on "M*A*S*H" from 1972 to 1983 and in the follow-up series "After M*A*S*H*" from 1983 to 1985.

He also had parts in the movies "The Fortune Cookie," "With Six You Get Eggroll," and the TV show "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C."

Christopher had been suffering from cancer. He was 84.


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Trading One Year for Another

While we may be glad to say goodbye to the old and hello to the new, keep in mind that the new is a complete unknown that might be even worse. But hey, any new year is a new opportunity. The year 2017 will be what we make of it. And you can eventually toilet train a baby. This is the latest comic from John McNamee at Pie Comic.


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