9 Amazing Facts About Lions that Will Shock and Amaze You

Lions are fascinating animals, but also generally misunderstood.

They’re called the “King of the Jungle” even though they live primarily in grasslands.

They’re on the English coat of arms, even though they aren’t naturally found in England.

So what do we know about these magnificent beasts? Prepare yourself for… LION FACTS! Continue reading

CIA dog fired for being sensible

Meet Lulu.



Lulu is a Labrador, and part of the latest CIA training class for bomb-sniffing dogs.

Today, in a public announcement, perhaps meant to shame her, Lulu was fired. As I’ll discuss, she has nothing to be ashamed of.

There are also lots of pictures of Lulu here, so you can just look at those if you want. There’s no shame in that either.

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Point/Counterpoint: Dogs

With so much going on in the country and the world, it’s time to bring back a popular SCS format, and let two of our experts debate the merits of a hot-button issue.

However, many topics are too hot of a button right now, and for others it’s apparently not the right time to talk about it, so we’re going to talk about …[spins wheel]… dogs.

Take it away, experts!

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5 reasons to turn your post-election hate to penguins

It’s finally over!

This election was the most contentious most of us have ever lived through. Tempers ran high, arguments were everywhere, and hate flowed freely.

But now we can put that behind us. There will be embers of vitriol here and there, but it’s time to move on.

It’s time to focus on things that deserve our hate.

It’s time to hate penguins. Continue reading

Seven adorable puppies that look like other animals. Number four will blow your mind!

It’s well known that dog is man’s best friend, and there are so many varieties now that you can find one that has any trait you want.

Sometimes, that trait means looking like another animal altogether!

Enjoy this collection of seven of the cutest puppies you’ve ever seen, but with distinct features that make them look like they really belong to another species. Continue reading