Local teacher uses racially charged humor to make pupils hate math early on; former NFL players teach younger generation how to best cover up lives of crime; drones full of things Americans can't get enough of complicate matters at prisons; Hillary Clinton only getting attention for the bad stuff she's done with emails over the years
Firefighters concerned about flammable objects, obstacles to putting out fires, etc.; Aroldis Chapman throws so hard MLB had to update its stat thing; Toby Keith restaurant sued for about 1 percent of the things wrong with it; Columbia House loses lots and lots of pennies; Video Game League announces drug testing (seriously)
Jailed labor force financially benefits Clermont County; Shakespeare likely high on weed a lot; Papa John's settles with delivery drivers after shorting them for a while; Mayor Cranley appoints guy to Historic Conservation Board who loves tearing down old buildings; Rabbit Hash frets over proposed Rising Star Casino ferry plan.
Robot umpires make their debut; a Texas man shoots an armadillo and receives instant karma; Kraft Singles launches a recall; the contents of the bottle in Sam DuBose's car is analyzed; and the New York Times explains why women feel cold in the office.
Many Americans grew sick and tired of
University of Kentucky fans bragging and acting like they were the ones
boxing out and draining three-pointers during the Wildcats’ impressive
undefeated run through the regular college basketball season this year.
If there is one thing that American
grocery stores can agree on, it’s that they would rather see most of
their unsold yet edible food go into the dumpster than the digestive
system of people who for one reason or another can’t afford to purchase
Politics are a stupid sham because the
people you get to choose from live lives nothing like yours, care little
about how yours is going and spend all their time on the clock
pandering and entertaining the rich so they can afford to run in future
Forty-eight of Cincinnati’s 2,918 elevators are not up to code, according to records analyzed by an Enquirer
reporter who probably was assigned an elevator investigation as
punishment for doing something wrong.
People in America like to talk about how
snitches and rats are bad until they themselves become defendants facing
dozens of years in a cell and then decide snitching and not being in
prison sound just fine.
Not too long ago, the school of thought
espoused by those who liked George W. Bush when he was giving speeches
that sounded as if Ricky from Trailer Park Boys wrote them was
that people who don’t like the president are not American.