This had better be a joke!
From the article "World's Dumbest Town Vows To Raise IQ":
Cooley's leaders hope to see the town IQ go from a dull-witted 75 to an average-intelligence mark of 95; experts say an IQ of 90 to 110 is average.
"We'd be real happy going from 75 to 95," Simpkind says. "That's two points, right?"
HOW DID Y'ALL GET HERE? or WERE YOU LOOKING FOR THESE?
For want of amusement I decided to have a looksee at what sort of searches were luring you poor blighted souls my way. Just look what I found.
- black adult porn (??? No explanation for that one.)
- dancing purple hippo (Good mind numbing fun, but not as good as this.)
- cannibals ( Well there has been alot of that going around.)
- stupid criminal files (Alot of that too...)
- La Ciccolina (AKA "cuddles")
- yeast tropics (I'd suggest antibiotics, quick.)
Attention would be crooks, when in China beware the 60 year old kung fu grannies.
MORE NEKID POLITIANS
Why can't these chicks keep their kit on? This time it's Anettka Feher, a Hungarian TV hostess, and she's a runnin' for the EU Parliment.
"If they (Hungarian mainstream politicians) think I am just another Cicciolina, they are in for a big surprise: I am smart, and I have a daily four-hour presence on a national television channel..." Sure honey, sure.
STUPID CRIMINAL FILES (for real this time)
Curtain thief busted after the evidence was spotted hanging in her window.
Ah those wacky scientist types. I'm thinking a wee too much acid was involved when "Project Orion" was envisaged.
"The first example is from the 1950’s-60’s, Project Orion - which offered to use nuclear bombs for a constructive purpose -- space travel.Hmmmm, sounds like something Ronbo would have loved.
About 5 bombs per second are dropped out the back and detonated to propel the craft along. A huge shock plate with shock absorbers make up the base of the craft. Experiments using conventional explosives were conducted to demonstrate the viability of this scheme. Although this vehicle was conceived to take a crew to Mars, it can also be considered for sending smaller probes to the stars. This project ended with the nuclear test ban treaty in the 60’s."