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Perplexing Times Forces Google to Rethink Algorithms
Posted Wednesday, November 15 @ 04:00:00 PST by Brendan
If you've ever heard of the internet, it's about as likely that you've heard of this so-called "Google" thing, frequently used by surfers of the web to find this, that, the other thing, and even more than that still. Last month we issued an article lavishing savage praise upon this megabiggo-site, and not much sooner than we did that; they rethought our rankings and put us in the cellar.

Farewell to Halloween Decorations
Posted Sunday, November 12 @ 05:00:00 PST by Brendan
As hard as we try to live in our moments, the seasons keep passing us by as if the clock and calendar are unavoidably advancing. I'm sure there's got to be a way of stopping them officially, but so far we haven't had any success in trying to slow it down. With November now in full swing, we bid a fond farewell to our beloved Halloween decorations.

Study Finds Kids Kiss Darnedest Things
Posted Wednesday, November 08 @ 02:00:00 PST by Dominic
In a 7-year, ongoing study, it has been determined that children are willing, and often seemingly interested, in kissing the widest assortment of otherwise undesirable things. Though some are understandable, such as family members, others range from putty to crackers to even the unlikely sort of things as human feet.

Frog Count Diminished, Experts Insist 'Have a Sticker!'
Posted Tuesday, November 07 @ 02:00:00 PST by Brendan
In a regular, twice-weekly routine, myself and another member of my staff were permitted to climb up onto the countertop in order to assist in the habitual feeding of our kitchen companion frogs. This week, in addition to the fun of dropping in a chilly cube of frozen bloodworms, we noticed something else a bit out of place.

Quality Hide-Go-Seek Hidey-Holes Hard to Find
Posted Monday, November 06 @ 02:00:00 PST by Dominic
Household area children report that, when left to their own devices, the devices they devise cover a countless variety of homespun games. When it comes to such games, the magic of hide-and-go-seek tops the list, even though the rules are many, complicated and often confusing.

Brother Ante Upped, Other Brother Cured
Posted Friday, November 03 @ 02:00:00 PST by Brendan
In the all-too-likely event you've been following our whole week of stories, you know that I reported on my cousin being a monster for me a couple days ago, and saw that my most insubordinate brother augmented it by pointing out that Patrick was on his way to overcoming his autism as a result of this particular party. Not one to be outdone, I'm ready to up the ante a bit more; I'm going to say that Patrick is totally cured.

Parents Magically Foil Nap Circumvention Efforts
Posted Thursday, November 02 @ 02:00:00 PST by Brendan
About 3-times a week I am somehow coerced to succumbing to the productivity destroying ways of the antiquated convention of naptime, and I don't much care for it. I know I miss fun things, even those as commonplace as playtime, and I swear I don't need them, so I resist the napping instances as best I'm able to avoid such losses, but the parents, it would seem, are on to my game.


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