Greg Newkirk
nuekerk
Apr 4 2014
7

Aha! Looks like the Harvard Law Blog put this update out a few days after I originally posted this story over at Roadtrippers, and Gawker picked it up shortly thereafter. Had I known, I'd have included the news about the "flayed-flesh" book!

Oh well, we'll always have the flesh books at the Mutter Museum.

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Jan 31 2014
1

No argument here. I just thought the pictures were completely insane.

How did someone set their car on fire?

Jan 31 2014
2

I lived in Seattle for three years and trust me, I saw what happened when it snowed. I can still remember walking up the huge hill from University Village after a "bad" snowstorm, and watching some guy try to drive up the hill as fast as he could in his sports car. His face when sliding backwards and causing a four Read more

Jan 31 2014
13

Because, according to the commenters, they don't have enough de-icer or snowplows in Alabama.

Makes total sense.

Jan 22 2014
19

After a month, there's going to a permanent skid mark about halfway down.

Jan 21 2014
1

It's strictly from MUFON's 2013 reports, so no telling whether or not some of them were eventually proven to be drones or anything - just where they've been reported and their concentrations.

The graphs at the bottom are just intended to provide info on where the highest concentration of reports were in 2013.

Jan 18 2014
1

It's a joint event, organized by the University of Rochester and hosted at Rundel!

Jan 18 2014
13

I know, right? But I guess you need someone to talk to about veganism when your friends finally get sick of hearing about it.

Jan 15 2014
1

Hahahaha, I don't know if Roadtrippers actually can follow anyone! In any case, I am but a lowly RT writer. I follow you, though, for what it's worth!