Down below we have "...the skeleton of a young woman was found in a third-century grave in northern Greece." OK, so far, so good. But then, here they go with, "...the large hole in the skull is evidence that doctors were performing brain surgery 1,800 years ago. The woman died either during or soon after the surgery." It is? They were? How come it isn't evidence that they cracked open the ol' noggin after she croaked? Was there a manual nearby? "Brain Surgery For the Barely Evolved", perhaps? "You, too, Can Lead the Way in Ancient Surgical Procedures!" I'm picturing a Time-Life series at hand on a shelf nearby.
- Taboo Lifts on Sex in Nursing Homes (Wait. What? It does? It is? Should it? Never mind! I don't want to know!)
- Gremlins Thought Extinct, Found After 85 Years (Wait. What? There were gremlins? Only 85 years ago?! Holy crap! What the hell? Put them back!)
- Engineers Create 'Nanobamas' (Wait. What? Look, while I don't know much about that (Translation: ANYTHING at all), this is the closest I think I'm going to get to being able to squeeze this little Obama creation of mine into a topic. It's tougher than you'd think to find relevancy with some things. But like I said, it's the closest I think I'm going to get (and that's not very). Behold! Copacobama!