Bee Gees Frontman Barry Gibb Knighted by Prince Charles

Bee Gees Frontman Barry Gibb Knighted by Prince Charles:  Barry Gibb, the last surviving member of the 60’s and 70’s pop group the Bee Gees, has been knighted by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.  Wow, sounds like Prince Charles must have gotten Knight Fever, Knight Fever - he knows how to do it.  And sadly, because Barry Gibb is the last surviving member of the group, there’re probably gonna be some “Lonely Days, Lonely Knights.”

 

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Data Shows Smartphone Thefts Doubled Last Year:  New data is showing that smartphone thefts nearly doubled last year and will probably get even worse in the immediate future.  Wow, sounds like you’d have to be stupid to be a smartphone.  Better buy a dumber phone next time.  You’ve heard of “too big to fail?”  Well, my next phone will be “too stupid to steal.”

http://www.johnnyrobishcomedy.com

Benefits of Circumcision Outweigh Risks By 100 to 1:  A new medical review published by Mayo Clinic makes the strongest case yet for circumcision, claiming circumcision benefits outweigh the risks by 100 to 1.  I have to admit that the argument sounds pretty convincing, no matter how you slice it.

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