Homeopathy in Comic Strip Form

This explains homeopathy beautifully: It’s still funnier than Garfield. (via Luke Surl Comics) [Read more...]

An Argument in Defense of the Serial Comma

A serial comma is the comma you use before the last item in a series of three or more things. With the serial comma: I went to the store to buy oatmeal, milk, and cookies. Without the serial comma: I went to the store to buy oatmeal, milk and cookies. There are arguments to be [Read More...]

I Want Baby Ruths for Halloween

(Or is is Babies Ruth?) Funny. I think this applies to atheists as well as witches… I prefer the King Size babies. (Thanks to Alan for the link!) [Read more...]

A Spaghetti Recipe with a Secret Ingredient

No wonder my spaghetti never comes out right. I never dry the children before adding them to the meal! We now have Holy Communion for the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. (Thanks to hoverFrog for the link!) [Read more...]

The Wrong Religion Entrance

This Non Sequitur strip by Wiley Miller tells the truth: Well, it mostly tells the truth. We’re all going to end up in the same place when we die… but it won’t be Heaven. Though I do enjoy this person’s comment: No one has mentioned that the “wrong religion” entrance has a much shorter line [Read More...]