On slow days, reporters have been known to type “Georgia man” or “Georgia woman” in Google to troll for news.
Typing “Florida man” generates even crazier results.
When people have asked me “Why are all the crazy …
Recent stock picks indicate I am no oracle, but I think it’s safe to predict the future is going to be weird.
I theorize the next generation of humans will:
implant computers in their bodies to access …
Should a son pay for the sins of his father? Should you be held responsible for something your ancestor did more than 150 years ago?
I’d say no. I don’t know what my ancestors were doing …
Growing up, I operated under the assumption everyone had an awesome mom.
It was the first of many mental mistakes to plague my upbringing.
In Evans, Ga., a mom was charged Monday with two counts of contributing …
Sports fans are used to seeing unusual last names.
The Braves, for example, had a pitcher with the last name Spooneybarger. And you probably remember the Braves’ former switch-hitting catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, the owner of the …
Laws involving nudity are the legal equivalent of a greased pig.
In North Carolina, police say it is legal for a man to walk around nude as long as he remains on his property.
Reporters in Charlotte were seemingly afraid to approach the man for an interview, but, according to neighbors, the unidentified male routinely stands in the doorway of his home wearing his birthday suit.
He’s been doing it multiple times …
Bigfoot, aka Sasquatch, is not real.
Mental illness, on the other hand, can, be spotted everywhere.
In Oregon, a mentally ill young man who believed he was the mythical woodland creature, has been convicted of attempted murder for savagely attacking a hunter.
Oregon Live reports Linus Norgren, 22, was convicted Friday in the 2013 attack. He is scheduled to be sentenced today.
According to court testimony, Norgren was naked and in the woods …
Does ‘evil’ exist?
Probably not, but there seems to be enough cruel and manipulative people in the world anyway.
The Sun Chronicle brings us the story of Michelle Carter, 18, of tiny Plainville, Massachusetts. Carter was indicted last month in the 2014 death of Conrad Roy III, also 18.
Roy died of carbon monoxide poisoning last July in a K-Mart parking lot, the victim of apparent suicide.
Police searched Roy’s phone and determined …