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Silly geographical comments (or whatever you'd call this)
cemetery managers [handshake] monk parakeets
Polish man's blood alcohol content off the scale
or, an alternative translation:
27-year-old driver's blood alcohol content too high to measure
The story is less impressive than it sounds, it was actually the scale of a hand-held breathalyzer rather than anything heavy-duty. For the record, he got like four per mille. Which is good, but not record-breaking good. Still, it made for a nice headline.
Alleged vaccine policy expert found self-styled 'virginologist', collect teenager photos
Also, the man's website where he kept the photos and virginology manifestos, looks like out of the depths of the Nineties. I think I saw Comic Sans somewhere in there, even.
Also, this kinda reminds me of that thought I once had, if I'm ever somewhere around the extended Caribbean area, I'm definitely gonna try to meet up with you guys.
That's flattering. And brave.
Italian senate meeting interrupted by Final Fantasy hentai.
If it wasn't for, quote, "an unidentified male character", I'd also try something about a Buster Sword.
What makes it noteworthy is the rock star-turned-independent politician who had so far supported the Party, has recently made a slight turn towards the opposition. Surely, a coincidence.
TIL there's this university in Barranquilla, Colombia where beggars would be killed so as to use their corpses for anatomy class.
(you need to include https:// at the beginning of the link if you link stuff like that)
Not really silly, as this is actually pretty neat.
"M.T.A." is a well-known folk song of Boston, satirizing the old practice of charging a separate exit fare on the subway. (This is no longer done today.)
The version heard above is by the Kingston Trio, whose performance popularized the song nationwide.
Yes, a Boston folk song immortalizes a man being trapped forever on the subway.
FYI, "the T" refers to Boston's subway; the full name is the "MBTA", which is actually the name of the government organization that manages the transit system, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. It used to be called the Metropolitan Transit Authority.
Also FYI, if you say "MTA", these days that more typically refers to New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the agency that manages NYC's subways (which are usually just called subways, no special name) and other systems.
> gets into a war with a western neighbor
> gets trounced
> Russian economy collapses
> mass protests
> disgruntled workers begin striking
> me rn