Our hearts and our brackets equally broken, we return to what we do best: sift through the week’s search strings to see what the population really, truly wants to know.
keith olbermann the resistance: Makes about as much sense as “Shelley Duvall the Linebacker.”
danny’s mother is even-tempered fair and tactful: Unlike Danny himself, who is something of a douchecanoe.
radio stations near me: Are probably playing “Takin’ Care of Business” by Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
russian refineries: In case the Trump Organization decides to go into the gas-station business.
police license plate scanner blocker: Or you could just wait for the state to come up with an unreadable plate design on their own.
a savings account compounds interest, at a rate of 25%, once a year. eve puts $500 in the account as the principal. how can eve set up a function to track the amount of money she has? Never mind that. Where can I get 25 percent on my savings?
“selfdriving car” or “self-driving car” or “self driving car” or “driverless car” or “autonomous car” or “driverless vehicle” or “robotic car”: Guy looking for a self-writing essay.
the law of demand implies, holding everything else constant, that as the price of yogurt: Decreases, the number of hipsters increases.
premium jailbait: Instead of five to ten years, you get 15 to 30.
which scenario best demonstrates the function of money as a measure of value? joel has been keeping his spare change in a jar for months. he decides to cash it in, so he takes it to the bank. he gets a crisp $20 bill in exchange for his collection of coins. lin has been saving $10 a week for college: And will have enough to cover the costs of her Airing of Grievances degree by the year 2081.
it doesn’t taste like chicken: Free-range crickets, among other things.
microwave oven custom kitchen delivery: Shut up and get to moving those refrigerators.
marvin gaye kevin durant: Name two guys who have declared “Ain’t that peculiar?”