Finally, I interviewed Billy the Kid with the aid of my supernatural aluminum-foil-enhanced ability to communicate with deceased and departed celebrities as well as demised and defunct animals.
Here are 21 more of the Craziest Laws in Mississippi covering everything from seduction ... to polygamy ... to dogs wearing diapers ... to sex in public ... to cattle rustling ... to public profanity.
It is illegal to worry squirrels, intoxicate elephants, frighten babies, and honk another person's horn in Missouri. Read about these crazy laws and 17 others just as weird in Missouri.
"It is illegal to fish in the Ohio River in Kentucky without an Indiana fishing license." Could you explain that crazy law to me? Kentucky may win an award for the craziest laws ... so far!
Hawaii has crazy laws of its own. You must not feed a shark in Hawaii, and under no circumstances may you give your newborn child the name, 'Charles.' I am NOT making this up!
Did you laugh when you read about the crazy law against bathing naked in Florida? Or the law still on the books banning the molestation of trash cans? Now you can read about 23 crazy laws in Georgia.
Wait until you read about these nine crazy, stupid laws in Delaware including the one that discriminates against ugly men. They wouldn't dare discriminate against ugly women!
The tiny frog called the Blue Jeans Poison Dart Frog is bright red-orange and looks like it is wearing blue jeans. Does it shoot tiny poison darts at its predators? Is the poison lethal to humans?
Learn the true meaning of homophones and enjoy the story of 'Ladle Rat Rotten Hut' written entirely in oronyms with translation for those who are oronym-challenged.
Have you met the Green Basilisk Lizard known as the 'Jesus Christ Lizard'? It actually walks on water! Watch the videos and see its supernatural ability for yourself.
You won't believe what I learned about the symbiotic relationship between the cat-sized African Banded Mongoose and the ferocious-looking full-of-warts Warthog.
I know, I know. There is nothing funny about losing a job. But these 15 very funny, very short puns about all the jobs I lost will make you laugh. Guaranteed!
You may find it hard to believe the relationship between the poo of the tiny tree shrew and the giant Pitcher Plant, but the 'shrew loo' facts are absolutely true! Trust me!
Did you know that Charlie Chaplin was the Renaissance Man of silent films? Not only a skilled mime and actor, but a director, writer and music composer as well. Read what I learned in our interview.
Finally I got my interview with the famous Attila the Hun who turned out to be not only a skillful warrior king but possessed several amazing secrets of leadership you ought to know.
Is Santa Claus real? Did he ever exist? Was he invented by Coca Cola? Learn the answers from my interview with him in person.
Shorts are a bifurcated garment worn by men and women and boys and girls that circle the waist and end at or above the knee. Wait a moment! Bifurcated? That sounds almost obscene. Who invented them?
If you were an animal, what kind of animal would you be? You may be thinking that is a strange interview question. Strange? Yes. Uncommon? No.
Did you know that the big, bad wolf in Red Riding Hood is the same wolf who terrorized the Three Little Pigs. True!
How can you tell an alligator from a crocodile? If you want to, that is! It's not very difficult. First, look at the shape of the snout and the visibility of the teeth when the jaws are shut.
The best place to get horse facts and horse trivia is from the horse's mouth. Right? So I interviewed Mr. Ed, the equine television star of the 60s.
Do you remember Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame? Do you know who took his place?
A funny, punny story about Rodeo Ray and his clever horse.
Most of us love to give advice. It is one of those commodities rarely in short supply. Like political speeches. Learn how to write an Advice Column.
Now you can learn the truth about the relationship between Snow White and those Seven Dwarfs from beautiful Snow White herself.
Have you ever heard of Mel Faymee - the best baseball player in the game? This funny pun will explain!
The funny pun of Slinging Bull, his three wives and a puzzle to solve.
This pun about featherless chickens takes place in China. Will you guess the punny punchline beforehand?
Greek mythology has always fascinated me. How about you? Wait till you read what Zeus, the Greek god, told me ... in confidence.
Dick and Jane go to Transylvania for their honeymoon. That's their first mistake . . .
Artie worked in a grocery store but his goal was to be a 'hit man'. Like Al Capone.
Do you remember Sir Gawain, Galahad and Lancelot? And Lance’s younger brother?Handsome Sir Dancealot? Do you like awful puns? You are in the right place!
Did you know that Leo the Lion was involved in the study of immortality? So were seagulls.
Are you surprised that I can interview Mickey Mouse ... the famous international film star who happens to be an anthropomorphic celluloid rodent brought into the world by his creator, Walt Disney? I can and I did!
How do you feel about spiders? You know - those bug-bodied, spindly-legged arachnids with eight hairy legs? Wait until you discover what the Brazilian Wandering (Banana) Spider can do. Unbelievable!
Are you a personality test addict? Me, too. I like the short, sweet, sometimes funny tests best. So here is my newest test regarding creativity featuring Roger Price’s “Droodles.”
Now that you have examined your personality by taking (a) the Pig Personality Test, (b) the Celebrity Personality Test, and (c) the One-Question Personality Test, it’s time to take a look at the Simple Symbol Personality Test.
Would you like to know more about your personality by answering just one simple question? Then you are in the right place!
I know what you are thinking. Because in addition to my supernatural, unearthly ability to interview those who are dearly departed, I also possess ESP – Extra Sensory Perception. You are thinking, “I know who Levi Strauss, the maker of blue jeans, was but who the devil was Jacob Davis?” Am I...
Do you remember how Bruce Lee found me in a Chinese restaurant so I could conduct one of my supernatural interviews with him? Well, it has happened again. This time I went to a revival of James Dean films ...
There are so many deceased famous people for me to interview with my supernatural powers, that I am having a difficult time selecting just one. But fortunately, this one selected me. I was finishing my moo shu pork in my favorite Chinese restaurant when I glanced up and there was Bruce Lee staring...
Of all the supernatural interviews I have conducted, this interview with Oscar Wilde was one of the most challenging. Yes, I know he died in 1900 at the age of 46, but I have the unearthly power ...
Listen, my friends, no secrets will I dare to hide. About our dear Lady Godiva’s very strange ride. With the new supernatural interviewing skills I’ve saved, I was able to interview Godiva...
I would like to introduce you to the celebrity criminal who led a crime syndicate during the Prohibition era – the man who made Chicago and Cicero, Illinois famous in the 1920s and 30s – “Scarface Al” Capone.
Jack the Ripper - History's Most Famous Unsolved Crime. Now that I have learned to conduct these supernatural interviews with infamous dead people, you are expecting to read an interview with Jack ...
Do you remember these two outstanding examples of Depression-era Americana? Here is their fascinating story - Bonnie and Clyde.
Until now I have been using my superhuman skills in superior, supernatural interviewing to talk with dead people – famous but altogether dead people – who were rulers of the masculine persuasion. Now it is time to talk with the Queen of Egypt – Cleopatra VII.
You already know all about my superior, supernatural method of interviewing if you read my previous interviews with Genghis Kahn and Napoleon Bonaparte. Succinctly stated, I see (and interview)“dead people/" Yes, really. I do.
Good news! I have invented a praiseworthy process for interviewing famous people who are no longer around . . . to defend themselves . . . or sue for libel. After my first interview with Genghis Khan ...
I know what you are thinking. Genghis died in the year 1227. That’s almost 800 years ago. True. But there have been many remarkable new developments in cryogenic research that you may not be aware of.
Why do we often say Yes when we really want to say No? It is a paradox that Jerry Harvey explored in his book, "The Abilene Paradox." This is an easy-to-understand synopsis of that paradox and why I believe it exists.
Why is a ship called she? That question is right up there with Why is the sky blue? Why is the grass green? Why have I chosen this subject? Why? Because my hubbuddy, psychicdog.net, asked me to provide the answer to why a ship is always of the feminine persuasion when I wrote a review about the...
"Laughter is the shortest distance between two people." - Victor Borge. Do you know who Victor Borge is? No? Then you are in for an unbelievable treat when you watch these hilarious videos. Yes? Then keep reading ...
Here is the history of Father’s Day, and some interesting information you may not know about famous fathers I know you know. And a very funny video to make your day!
One of the most beloved foods in the United States is the doughnut or as it is popularly spelled, donut. Who invented the doughnut? Where did it come from? What is it made of? Why is it called a donut or doughnut? Why do I care?
I commented earlier on the increase of obesity in the United States for the period of 2007 to 2008: 32.2% for men and 35.5% for women. That started me thinking. Could there be some chemical in our food that may be causing this tremendous obesity epidemic?
Color Therapy – What is it? Where did it begin? How does it work? What are Chakras? And most importantly, how can you perform color therapy on yourself?
74 one-liner jokes that will never go out-of-date! You may remember Rodney Dangerfield – the nervous, twitching comic with bulging eyeballs, a trademark red tie he was constantly adjusting, and the...
This tribute to Henny Youngman includes 99 jokes that are as funny today as they were 70 years ago!
The young don’t know it yet but “old age ain’t for sissies.” – Bette Davis. I’ve discovered a marvelous way to fight agism and disrespect – with the powerful weapons of humor and laughter.
Niccolo Machiavelli offered advice to Italian princes on the best way to rule the people. He stressed the art of deception.
Learn about the pig personality test. Take the test yourself to find out your personality type!
Pigs are ranked number four in animal intelligence and can learn tricks faster than dogs. True!
Your image of cows is probably similar to mine – gentle, placid animals looking at you with those large, soft cow eyes and contentedly chewing their cud. But about 20 people a year are killed by cows in the United States.
The original Dumb Crazy Stupid Laws featured 53 of the dumbest laws I could find. Researching and reading them is strangely addictive, so here are 74 more laws just as dumb and some even dumberer. Enjoy.
Here are the 53 most hilarious dumb laws I found. Hope you laugh as hard as I did when discovering and writing about them.
The axolotl (pronounced AHK-so-LA-tuhl) or walking fish is a rare Mexican salamander that forever looks like a teenager. It looks forever young.
Is there such a thing as a free reverse cell phone lookup? It’s the question of the ages. Well, the information age for sure.