It’s spider season, which means it’s time for some tips on how to keep the creeps out of your home. Like that’s even possible.
The mayor says Houston’s open for business. If you can get over the scenes you saw on TV, now might be a good time to go there.
Day off? Bwa HA HA HA HA HA Ha ha ha ha. Ha. No matter how much you THINK you can detach from the daily grind, it’s hopeless.
How some “Game of Thrones” fans are gaming the system to save a few bucks, and what that might mean for the TV industry. Blame “Ballers.”
It’s hot in Southern California, and they’re issuing heat advisories warning hikers that it’s… hot. Because if you’re going to go hiking in 100 degree weather, even the obvious might go flying over your head.
The mainstream media discovers that Millennials are watching older TV shows, which means they’re watching “Friends.” And “The Golden Girls,” but mostly “Friends.”
L.A. has a guy who’s billed as a personal fitness trainer for your dog, meaning he takes them for full-out runs. I bet the novelty wears off for the dogs well before the run ends.
Another frog-in-a-packaged-salad story, but with a surprise twist ending. Plus, a few words about finding living or dead things in food, because GET OVER IT ALREADY.
A school system decides to try Wi-Fi on school buses, which might actually be a good idea. Or not.
A school bus driver gets fired for friending students and parents. Mostly for the student part, probably.