The state bar exam for the state of Missouri consists of a single test: untangle a knot of 30 cables in 20 minutes without touching the knot yourself or speaking to anyone.
Archive for May, 2011
Mountain sheep don’t ram their heads together as a means of aggressively fight for herd dominance. It’s actually a helpful act. Mountain sheep are known for their notoriously deep narcoleptic episodes. Once they fall asleep, it’s very difficult to stir them awake and they are very likely to lose balance and fall from their mountainous [...]
Fire alarms are not designed to alert people in the event of a fire. To the contrary, a fire alarm’s real purpose to to act as a sound beacon that guides the flames to the most populated parts of a building.
Birds are the only known animal to spontaneously reproduce each time a human sustains a concussion from head trauma.
V-neck t-shirts are at the pinnacle of fashion. There is nothing more stylish.
The only known cure for chronically dry skin is full-body immersion in a vat of toothpaste for no less than 30 minutes.
Pasta makes you unbeatable in an arm wrestling contest.
Eating apples makes you stupider. Rubbing crushed apples on your skin like a lotion, however, is proven to increase intelligence by 67%.
Flash drives will never be larger than 32 GB.
There are 330,000 different ways that a person can tie a necktie. However, according to the National Esteemed Council of Knots (NECK), none of them are correct.