Usain Bolt is still the fastest man in the world. Meanwhile, Larry Slowfeet missed the bus again.
A NASA rover successfully touched down on Mars, although we expect the judged to deduct half a point for it’s little hop upon landing. Maybe we’ve been watching too much Olympics.
Telling the truth is good for your health, according to a study done by people who just want someone to tell them if Bigfoot is real already.
Archaeologists have discovered 2,500-year-old chocolate. Debates on whether to grant a one-time exception to the five-second rule are ongoing.
This Ironman champ said rest and relaxation are important so if anyone asks, we’re in training.
“Total Recall” couldn’t quite recall how to beat Batman.
In today’s “People with names that are just fun to say” news, Clint has endorsed Mitt instead of Barak.
Skateboards, tans and speakers are all part of this year’s back-to-school sales. And, hopefully, aspirin for the teachers.
If you’re worried about what ever happened to the stars of a certain sit-com, well, don’t get your Bradys in a bunch. We’ve got your answer.
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