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Real Name: Dwayne Hoover
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Editor at The Modern Rogue, music journalist for Revue Magazine, and I write the occasional article or column here at Cracked.
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Most religious practices look kind of ridiculous out of context ... Let's go ahead and make fun of them now.
We are running out of people for some especially vital jobs.
Sometimes, supposedly fully grown rulers of nations lose their shit and decide to just outright blanket ban absurd things for even more absurd reasons.
Here are a few things record labels don't want you to know that they still do in an effort to separate you -- and the artists -- from your hard-earned cash.
As the threat of global warming and other environmental catastrophes grow more and more apparent, science is looking ever more desperately for things to turn into electricity that don't involve murdering everything horribly as a side effect.
Since society has had several thousand years of practice at recognizing con artists, you'd think we'd get pretty good at spotting them. But you'd be wrong. For a scam to succeed, it doesn't take any kind of special genius. Or even average genius.
You've seen hundreds of ads today -- how many did you actually remember? Don't think for one second ad execs are going to let that continue.
Most things that are illegal are illegal for a reason. Sometimes, though, some laws are wrong. Hilariously wrong, in fact.
You know what to expect: glitzy nightlife, exotic dining options, everyone spends all day, every day honking their horns in traffic.
On many occasions, when one of my kids made a new friend, their parents would hastily decide that it was time to go home.