The best keyboard for these 5 everyday activities may surprise you: Qwerty vs Dvorak vs Colemak

There are different keyboard layouts, and some such as Dvorak and Colemak have been tested to be more efficient than typing in the Qwerty keyboard layout. But which one is really the best? I put each keyboard to the test in a variety of challenges. Here is which keyboard won in each tested category: Declaring […]

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Even in wake of cyclone, UNESCO to keep Socotra in Yemen underdeveloped because Mary likes the lizards

Many people have died in the most recent cyclone on the Socotra archipelago in Yemen. The entire Socotra archipelago has been deemed by UNESCO to be a world heritage site due to its unique and important biodiversity. UNESCO has worked to keep development such as ports and roads down in the archipelago, which has experienced […]

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Nebraska school district to switch to online only to save money and lives

A school district in Nebraska decided to switch to an online only schooling system for kids starting from kindergarten to 12th grade. With gun violence in schools a topic of discussion, this would help to eliminate physical schools altogether. “If there is no school, then there is less of a target to shoot. Since we […]

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This good boy finally got enough points for Beyond the Echo Chamber’s new Mystery Envelope

Noted good boy Peter Barker finally got enough points to get the Mystery Envelope from Beyond the Echo Chamber’s points shop. “I use my smartphone to check Beyond the Echo Chamber every day,” he said. This development comes on the heels of another good boy who was excited about the prospect of getting the Unaffiliated Items Mystery […]

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Local politician trying to figure out what this nonvoting resident wants

Local politician Winona Adams is trying to figure out what Zach Williams, a nonvoting resident of her district, thinks about important issues. “Voting can signal which policies I need to cater to to win votes, and this is one way to get me to work more on certain issues,” said Winona. “Zach never messages me […]

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Under this shocking new plan for equality, women in the USA to be killed at random at a 1 to 1 ratio when men are drafted at random and killed

Equality is fashionable in the USA right now, however women in the USA still get all of the benefits of democracy without having to pay the possible price of being forced to go into a warzone through the draft system. When women’s right to vote was being debated in the USA, a lot of women […]

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Venezuelan president declares plant closing unconstitutional – Here are 7 things this woman wants to declare unconstitutional in Venezuela.

President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela declared the closure of a General Mills plant in Venezuela, “Unconstitutional and illegal.” The plant closed due to the worsening of Venezuela’s economic situation, which has experienced hyperinflation to the point where a cup of coffee costs 380,000 bolivars as of writing, which is a 16,422% increase in annual inflation. […]

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Professional business attire in hot weather a worldwide conspiracy to drive populations to colder climates says expert

Fashion expert Joseph Tenbarge said in a recent interview that professional business attire in hot weather is a global conspiracy to drive populations to colder areas. “It’s in the geopolitical interests of many countries to push more people to move to colder areas. For example in Japan it makes geopolitical sense to move more people […]

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“What good could possibly come from taking steps to prevent global warming?” asks Kansas climate change skeptic

Over 99% of scientists who study the climate agree that global warming is caused by human activity. People can take steps to help prevent it by doing things such as buying locally made produce, walking and taking public transportation when they need to get someplace when possible, eating less animal-based products, and so forth. “Global […]

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These are the powerful reasons this Hungarian nationalist wants to cure diseases in developing countries.

Katalin Varga, a Hungarian nationalist, wants to help cure and prevent diseases in developing countries. She has powerful reasons for wanting better health outcomes in countries such as Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan, and so forth. “I want less immigrants and refugees from developing countries in Hungary who aren’t qualified for advanced jobs. It’s been shown that when health […]

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