If you can't take a joke, it's a sure sign you'll never get one. The Times vs The Babylon Bee is a (nut) case in point.
on this date in 1832, at a meeting of the New England Anti-Slavery Society, that a 29-year-old black woman made history just by taking the dais to speak publicly at Boston's Franklin Hall. Her name was Maria W. Stewart.
Ten years later, another band of migrants sailed across the Atlantic for New England. Aboard the Arabella, one of the ships in the small fleet, was Puritan lawyer and religious lay leader John Winthrop. During the passage, he penned a sermon for his flock.
As a smoker, you’re good at saying, “Screw you!” to people when they talk down to you...so we recommend this movie highly.
The Masshole diaspora has a deep bench of "Undeniable” talent on which PM will build better Planned Men versions of our best selves.
Although a woman first swam the English Channel nearly a century ago, the (mostly male) geniuses who run the Olympic Games have heretofore barred women from swimming any distance longer than 800 meters. After winning the 1,500, Ledecky noted the injustice.
This morning, as Americans absorb news reports that star U.S. gymnast Simone Biles has withdrawn from the team competition in Tokyo, I'm thinking back to another hot July 27 morning -- this one in Atlanta -- when much more shocking news rocked the Olympic Games.