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Q: What do you get if you cross Santa with a duck?
A: A Christmas Quacker!
Q: What's the most popular Christmas wine?
A: 'I don't like Brussels sprouts!'
Q: What do you get if you eat Christmas decorations?
Q: Why would you invite a mushroom to a Christmas pa [ ... ]
It's that time of the year. Time for the end of the year lists, and today we start with the Five Worst Movies of 2014.
What are people thinking??? Dropped off at the shelter as a senior! Unbelievable! I'm a good boy and I have the typical appeal that all deserving dogs have ... soft fur, sweet eyes, irresistible ears and because of my unfortunate present state, some very insecure behavior [ ... ]
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Esteemed director Ridley Scott offers up his latest attempted blockbuster, Exodus Gods And Kings this week. Huge budget and an opening that was nothing more than a financial whimper last weekend
A restaurant waiter in Houston, Texas, is being hailed as a hero online for standing up for a five-year-old customer with Down Syndrome.
Michael Garcia refused service to a family after hearing their complaints about a boy named Milo, who was seated with his family at another table. Michael moved the complaining family, but they weren’t satisfied. When the father allegedly said, “Special needs children need to be special somewhere else,” Michael took a stand and said, “Sir, I won’t be able to serve you.”
The eatery’s Facebook page blew up with comments supporting Michael for putting his job on the line for a stranger. Milo’s mom added her thanks online, posting on a friend’s page, “Yay for people like Michael … who not only love [my son] Milo for who he is – a customer and little boy with Down syndrome – but stand up for him no matter what.”