Oh, April Fools, you're the silliest of all the days. Yes, sillier than Arbor Day, Flag Day, and even charades night at Rick Scott's house (where 90% of shouted-out guesses include the words "evil" and "snake"). Whimsy reigns supreme, and across America, fun is had while Whoopee Cushions deflate ... More >>
Allen West, one-term congressman, Tea Party darling, and crusader against anything he deems "un-American," doesn't like Coca-Cola's Super Bowl ad. Not one bit. The... um... "distinguished gentleman" from South Florida blogged not once -- but twice -- about the Coke ad. According to West's first blo ... More >>
"The erection was today," Chaz Stevens announced via phone. The Deerfield Beach activist and "militant atheist" made it up to Tallahassee to install his festivus pole in the rotunda of the state Capitol at 9 a.m. today. His antics are to make a point about the separation of church and state. St ... More >>
In case you aren't one of the ridiculously cultured sirs who read Gentleman's Quarterly, let this be a heads-up to you that the latest issue has a feature on Christopher Chaney, the Jacksonville man who used Google and the "I forgot my password" button to hack into the email accounts of Scarlett Joh ... More >>
Earlier this week, a 35-year-old Jacksonville man, Christopher Chaney, pleaded guilty to charges that he hacked into celebrity email accounts and leaked nude photos of several of them, including Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis. He faces up to 60 years in prison, according to the Associated Pres ... More >>
Consult the internet for less fabric.A Jacksonville man named Christopher Chaney has been identified by the FBI as the man who graced the interwebs with nude photos of actress Scarlett Johansson.He also faces 121 years in prison for allegedly doing so.In a news conference this afternoon, the FBI ... More >>
This time of year brings all manner of helpful hints, like how to truss a turkey, or how to make your gingerbread men look like Scarlett Johansson (I made that second one up, but you know what I mean). Tips on avoiding food-borne illness are especially prevalent, as they should be -- an estimated 5, ... More >>
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