Not long after photographer Dave Engledow's daughter Bree was born in 2010 he got a novelty "World's Best Father" mug. But the first-time dad didn't always feel like he was completely on top of the whole fatherhood thing. So to express his constant bewilderment he set up a funny picture of himself absent-mindedly squirting bottle milk into that very coffee-filled World's Best Father mug as he held his baby.
It's a little strange to lose a body part. But that's what happened to St. Louis Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter when surgeons removed one of his ribs in an attempt to alleviate pressure that was running up his pitching arm.
After the surgery Carpenter was presented with the bone, and he knew just what to do with it:
On the strength of playing breakfast meat connoisseur Ron Swanson on 'Parks And Recreation,' we think it's safe to call Nick Offerman a bacon expert.
However, we weren't aware of the depth of his dedication to the cured meat until we saw this video from CollegeHumor. In it, the mustachioed 42-year-old uses slam poetry to pay tribute to the internet's favorite food.
Chicago is in the midst of teacher strike that is affecting roughly 350,000 students.
There is some debate over whether the strike is permitted under Illinois law since the unions' list of grievances extends beyond pay and benefits -- which are the only issues they have the legal right to strike over.
It is a given that college graduates make more money. In fact, according to a new OECD study the average college graduate in America earns over $20,000 a year more than their counterparts without a degree, making the United States one of the best countries in the world to have completed college.
But it turns out there are even more benefits to college.
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