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    The Funny Times

  • Cartoon of the Week for July 28, 2021
    Solomon, Hook Game The post Cartoon of the Week for July 28, 2021 appeared first on The Funny Times.... Read more »
  • Cartoon of the Week for July 19, 2021
    Harvey - Day Owl The post Cartoon of the Week for July 19, 2021 appeared first on The Funny Times.... Read more »
  • Funny Times August 2021 Issue
    Cartoons and stories about Sleep . Golf . Mowers . Blowers . The Occult . Academics . Innocents . Cycology . Coffee . Cryptocurrency . Ice Cream . Big Cats . Jobs . Kids and more! Buy This Issue With cartoons by Isabella Bannerman, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Jon Carter,... Read more »
  • What Do You Want Be When You Grow Up?
    Chocolate consultant? Professional bridesmaid? Dog surfing instructor? Fortune cookie writer? These are currently among the top twenty “most amazing jobs in the world.” But what do kids really want to be when they grow up?  I was listening recently to an interview with Anthony Ramos, the star of the movie... Read more »
  • August 2021 Featured Cartoon
    Bonus Cartoon - Masear: Popular Mechanics Inserts The post August 2021 Featured Cartoon appeared first on The Funny Times.... Read more »
  • Cartoon of the Week for July 14, 2021
    McGinn Broken Glass The post Cartoon of the Week for July 14, 2021 appeared first on The Funny Times.... Read more »
  • Cartoon of the Week for July 7, 2021
    Shoenbill Sid and Nancy The post Cartoon of the Week for July 7, 2021 appeared first on The Funny Times.... Read more »
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    Humor Times

  • John Deering for Aug 04, 2021
    by John Deering. Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format. Pick up a copy at Barnes & Noble and other stores all over the U.S.... Read more »
  • John Deering for Aug 04, 2021
    by John Deering. Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format. Pick up a copy at Barnes & Noble and other stores all over the U.S.... Read more »
  • John Deering for Aug 03, 2021
    by John Deering. Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format. Pick up a copy at Barnes & Noble and other stores all over the U.S.... Read more »
  • Andy Marlette for Aug 03, 2021
    by Andy Marlette. Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format. Pick up a copy at Barnes & Noble and other stores all over the U.S.... Read more »
  • Chris Britt for Aug 03, 2021
    by Chris Britt. Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format. Pick up a copy at Barnes & Noble and other stores all over the U.S.... Read more »
  • Ripping the Headlines Today, 8/3/21
    by Paul Lander. Making fun of the headlines today, so you don’t have to The news, even that about Rudy Giuliani’s dick pics, doesn’t need to be complicated and confusing; that’s ... Read more Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format. Pick... Read more »
  • Japan Reveals Plans for Spectacular Additions to Olympics
    by Diane de Anda. Spectacular surprise additions considered for some events to make sure that records were broken. Olympic Committee Objects Japan was so disappointed with the limitations the pandemic placed on ... Read more Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format.... Read more »
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    Clients From Hell

  • “Can you make him black?”
    Me: Here are the photographs from the shoot yesterday... The post “Can you make him black?” appeared first on Clients From Hell.... Read more »
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    I was hired to make a (expensive) documentary for... The post I quit appeared first on Clients From Hell.... Read more »
  • 50 hour job in 1.5 days
    This is a verbatim real job posting I recently... The post 50 hour job in 1.5 days appeared first on Clients From Hell.... Read more »
  • Irrelevant past
    A client used our regular monthly meeting to launch... The post Irrelevant past appeared first on Clients From Hell.... Read more »
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    I had a client who was really hung up... The post Bulk employee discount= appeared first on Clients From Hell.... Read more »
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    Lifehacker

  • 7 of the Best Smartphones for Older People (2021)
    Just because someone is getting up there in years, that doesn’t mean the should internet-connected world need leave them behind. Yes, even the silver-haired among us deserve to make Zoom calls, message on WhatsApp, and play a game or two.Read more...... Read more »
  • Will Running Ruin Your Knees?
    It seems whenever I mention I’m a runner, there’s a good chance someone is about to warn me that I’m going to ruin my knees. And although the belief that running will destroy your knees is a widespread one, there isn’t much evidence to support the claim. Read more...... Read more »
  • How to Plan for Canceled and Delayed Flights Before They Happen
    Due to a range of problems—weather, a labor shortage, reduced capacity—flight delays and cancelations have been an even bigger hassle than usual this summer. While you might not be able to avoid them completely, there are steps you can take to protect yourself from too much aggravation.Read more...... Read more »
  • Making Smashed Pickles Is Violent and Good
    A sliced disk of a pickle has its time and place (on a burger, for example), and a sharp spear on the side of your plate can give your lunch a delicatessen vibe, but pickle shapes do not need to be so smooth, so neat, so clean. In fact, there... Read more »
  • Why Older Running Shoes Probably Won't Last, Even If They Haven’t Been Worn
    You’ve probably heard that you should replace your running shoes when the cushioning wears down, which tends to be after 300 to 500 miles according to most manufacturers. But it turns out there’s another problem with old shoes, even if you haven’t been running in them.Read more...... Read more »
  • You Should Be Cleaning Your Indoor Plants
    When your house is a disaster, the last thing you are thinking about is cleaning your plants. But houseplants get dirty and dusty just like anything else in your home, even if cleaning them requires some specialized knowhow. Many cleaning products (and even gentle soaps) can damage a plant’s leaves... Read more »
  • How to Tell If a 'Fitness Challenge' Is a Complete Waste of Time
    I’m a huge fan of challenging myself in the fitness realm. I did a triathlon once, even though I knew halfway through training that I never wanted to do one again. I’ve begged my coach to give me weightlifting workouts that are notoriously difficult. Heck, I started the Lifehacker Fitness... Read more »
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    kottke.org

  • VideoThis App Identifies Birds by Their Songs
    The Cornell Lab of Ornithology recently added the ability to identify birds from hearing their birdsong to their Merlin Bird ID app — a “Shazam for bird songs” as Fast Company says. You just start recording with your phone and the app starts telling you the birds it’s hearing. Here’s... Read more »
  • VideoThree Quick Links for Tuesday Afternoon
    The diamond-water paradox in economics. We need water to live so it's more valuable but diamonds are more expensive. Why is that? [npr.org]Flying toasters in CSS. [bryanbraun.com]Mark Rober built a robot that can set up dominos really quickly. [youtube.com] ---Note: Quick Links are pushed to this RSS feed twice a... Read more »
  • Then & Now Portraits of Centenarians
    For his Faces of Century project, photographer Jan Langer made portraits of Czech people who are 100+ years old that mimic the style of photos of those same people 70 or 80 years before. If you click on the ⓘ below each pair of photographs, you can read a short... Read more »
  • VideoThe Mistake that Toppled the Berlin Wall
    I was 16 years old on the day the Berlin Wall fell. I remember coming home from school that day and watching the events unfold on television, completely shocked at how quickly it had all happened. Politics & protests had been pushing the Eastern Bloc countries toward more openness... Read more »
  • Two Quick Links for Tuesday Noonish
    Here's where we're at with space elevators. "The Space Elevator has been a dream of scientists for centuries. A new design may finally make it a reality — at least, by the next century." [mashable.com]Since the January 6th attack on Congress, four police officers who responded to the insurrection at... Read more »
  • VideoVenice’s Massive Flood Defense System
    In this video, Tomorrow’s Build takes a look at the $7 billion flood defense system that was built to protect Venice, Italy from increased flooding due to climate change. They detail how the system was built, how well it works, how it compares with other defense systems, the challenges... Read more »
  • VideoAmerican Freestyle Canoeing Is Like Dancing on Water
    Here’s the thing about humans: they will danceify every possible activity — and canoeing is no exception. American Freestyle canoeing is the art of paddling a canoe on flat water with perfect control of its movements. The canoe is usually leaned over to the side to help the boat... Read more »
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    Caveman Circus

  • She Is Rooting For You
    (photo: @jordanbauer) Men who have the perception of women as these ego-centric creatures who laugh at us from their sexual mountain-tops, doling out which man gets (a chance at) the divine pussy access and which man gets to squander away his time in solitude — it doesn’t work like that.... Read more »
  • Linkage
    4 Lessons From OnlyFans and it’s Founder, Tim Stokely – Hackernoon The insides of pro bowling balls will make your head spin: They’re way cooler than the ones at your local alley – Popular Science This LED backlight kit can elevate your TV watching experience by syncing its lights to... Read more »
  • 17 People Reveal The Small Purchases That Have Significantly Improved Their Lives
    A cheap knife sharpener – I’ve always done it the correct way with a stone and everything, but at some point my brother asked me why. Did I plan to get a medal for virtuous knife sharpening? Are my knives so precious they will go to a museum when I... Read more »
  • VideoThe Dumping Grounds
      How Drug Gangs Actually Work   The Largest Black Hole in the Universe – Size Comparison   Improve your Vocabulary: Stop saying VERY!   GM Hikaru Destroys Chess Hustler In 49.4 Seconds!   Why you can’t get anything done   The post The Dumping Grounds appeared first on Caveman... Read more »
  • A Look Into The Past…At The Way Things Used To Be
    A Party in 1966   Crossing America in a 1964 stationwagon   Listening to the radio on the beach, circa 1940s   Teenage Meet-Up on Main Street, Caldwell Idaho, July 1941   New car shopping, 1950s   High school students, 1981   Staff at a Burger Chef circa 1975  ... Read more »
  • 21 Women Describe The Little Traits That Can Make A Not-So-Handsome Guy Immediately Attractive
    (photo: @jonathanborba) 1. I think the thing lots of guys don’t understand is there is a difference between being nice and being kind. Anybody can be “nice” but if you’re only being nice to someone to gain something in return, I think most people can pick up on that and... Read more »
  • Poll of the Day
    The post Poll of the Day appeared first on Caveman Circus.... Read more »