Nazi Plan to Teach Dogs to Talk Uncovered

You will never look at your German Shepherd the same way again. Nazi plan to teach dogs to talk uncovered The Nazis supported a bizarre project to teach dogs to talk, according to a new book. The Local’s Moises Mendoza spoke with the author Jan Bondeson about the German fascination with “educating” the beasts for…

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Kinetic Military Action Getting More “Kineticey”

Troops on the ground? The Daily Mail says “yes”: An Arab television channel has broadcast pictures which it says show Western special forces on the ground in Libya. Footage by the Al Jazeera television channel shows a group of six Western-looking men – described as ‘possibly British’ – talking to rebel fighters near the besieged…

Court rules “Kiss my ass” is insulting…

Well, I’m glad that someone cleared that up. There’s that famous German efficiency at work for you. The German phrase “Leck mich am Arsch,” the equivalent of “kiss my ass,” has been officially ruled an insult by a court in Kaiserslautern. The district court revised an earlier ruling in a case involving a man who…

Memorial Day Rule 5 – Myleene Klass

After posting about Weinergate, I feel compelled to offset the bad karma that I created. The only way to do that is through another Rule 5 post featuring the best in beauty the UK can offer. In recognition of my sin, I present, for your viewing pleasure, Myleene Klass. Myleene Angela Klass  is an English…

Weinergate – Yes, this is happening…

…and it couldn’t happen to a bigger tool (pun intended). Breitbart broke it, no MSM covered it until people like Ace,  Stacy McCain, Dan Riehl and Moe Lane jumped on it like the intrepid cub reporter Jimmy Olsen at the Daily Planet would have. It is disgusting yet celebratory at the same time  because if…

Please remember…

…the reason for this holiday. Above is the American cemetery at Normandy, what follows is the text of President Lincoln’s letter to to a bereaved mother of five sons who were thought to have died while fighting for the Union in the Civil War. The brief, consoling message was written in November 1864 to Lydia…

Peak Oil?

Not so much. Until last year, the 17-mile stretch of road between this forsaken South Texas village and the county seat of Carrizo Springs was a patchwork of derelict gasoline stations and rusting warehouses. Now the region is in the hottest new oil play in the country, with giant oil terminals and sprawling RV parks…