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Students reprimanded for saying ‘bless you’

Written by The Sarcasmist on September 30, 2011 | Comments (35)

In a Bay Area high school, teacher Steve Cuckovich docked his students’ scores after they said “bless you” in the middle of class, citing that talking of any kind is disruptive and takes time away from more important things. Cuckovich, who teaches health at William C. Wood High School in Vacaville says that “The blessing ... Read More

I’m really not stupid

Written by Sarcastic Sage on September 29, 2011 | Comments (4)

Dear Sarcastic Sage, I am tired of people treating me like I am an idiot. I’ve made some mistakes in the past, but then again who hasn’t. I know I don’t always think things through and a lot of what I’ve done has been driven on impulse. That doesn’t mean though I am stupid or ... Read More

Amazon’s Kindle Fire is not an iPad killer

Written by The Sarcasmist on September 29, 2011 | Comments (5)

I’ve only seen pictures of the Kindle Fire, but I am ready to make sensationalistic pronouncements about how Amazon has failed miserably in unseating the king of tablet computes, the iPad. This post will completely ignore the fact that Amazon, in all likelihood, was not trying to beat the iPad at its own game. The ... Read More

Self-service grocery checkout lines being phased out

Written by The Sarcasmist on September 26, 2011 | Comments (32)

If you have ever stood in line behind someone who insists on paying with a check for a $0.99 gum, you know how exciting it was when your local grocery store added a self checkout aisle. This meant that you didn’t have to deal with people, and a machine would be your new shopping buddy. ... Read More

USPS runs out of important dead people

Written by The Sarcasmist on September 26, 2011 | Comments (5)

For the first time in history, the United States Postal Service will be considering having the image of a living person on a U.S. stamp. Previously, the U.S. Postal Service required that the person who was to be immortalized on a stamp would have to have been dead for at least five years. Even this ... Read More

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