Well, here you are, looking at this, trying, hoping, floundering, scrabbling, wishing, dying to find out the mystery of “how to” write a sentence. Or possibly you have tried write sentence and failed utterly.
Never mind and never fear. I am an, thankfully, expert of sentences. Read on and be disbelieving! There is much to have taught you, and little time, so very, very little and small time.
Where shall/should you/one start/begin? At the start/beginning, of course! You ought always, and in everything you do, to begin a sentence at the beginning. It is simply no good to start in the middle and work your way out. I guarantee that you will become confused and have to sit down, or lie down if you’re already sitting, and perhaps turn off the lights and do some breathing.
America’s No. 1 holiday celebrating violence and candy is just around the corner, and this year it looks to be better than ever, as the glorious union of art and technology has given us several exciting new ways to decorate our houses for the bitchingest Halloween party in history. Provided you have, like, tons of money. Otherwise you can’t afford any of this nonsense. But maybe you can score an invite from someone who can, because a party where everyone is wearing digitally amorphous face masks in front of a glowing Herculean skull is something we all deserve to attend.
Personally, I think the article started with the best one. I look forward to the day that one comes down in price so it can be deployed at “haunted” attractions. “I ain’t afraid of no ghWhat the f*** is that?!”
This has been around for a while but I just shared it with my sons and was able to enjoy it all over again. Enjoy some classic silly baseball humor. :)
There is a deep-seated fear among some Americans that an Ebola outbreak could make the country turn to science.
In interviews conducted across the nation, leading anti-science activists expressed their concern that the American people, wracked with anxiety over the possible spread of the virus, might desperately look to science to save the day.
“It’s a very human reaction,” said Harland Dorrinson, a prominent anti-science activist from Springfield, Missouri. “If you put them under enough stress, perfectly rational people will panic and start believing in science.”
Additionally, he worries about a “slippery slope” situation, “in which a belief in science leads to a belief in math, which in turn fosters a dangerous dependence on facts.”
Zach Heltzel over at Liberal Bias has an excellent idea for all those white nationalist, white supremacist racist wingnuts out there in the Republican Party.
I thought I would take a brake from all the seriousness for a bit. Checkout the pilot of this new sci fi comedy series from Cracked. I really hope they make a lot more of these. This was really fun. Enjoy!
Why Working on the Enterprise Sucks For Almost Everyone
Sorry, for some odd reason, I can’t embed the video.
Speaking of Starship Icarus, here’s something else from Cracked you might want to read after you’re done watching the video. 7 Emails That Prove Space Travel Will Suck in the Future
It’s funny, but not really, — but it is! (Not really) FUNNY! not…really -OK! only in a laughing so you don’t cry sorta way…
Did you know police can just take your stuff if they suspect it’s involved in a crime? They can!
It’s a shady process called “civil asset forfeiture,” and it would make for a weird episode of Law and Order.
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