The mystery of the Kentucky chupacabra may now be solved. That’s because while wildlife officials have been scouring the state in search for something resembling a devil dog, that famers claim have been mauling their livestock, it turns out that it all of that carnage could have been brought down by a man.
Last year, I got all deaded up to be a zombie in the Zombie Run over at Moreland Park. It was kind of a group effort, in that a group of us zombies-to-be all gathered in a Sportscenter locker room for our transformations.
I think this is incredibly cool. The Bullitt County Kentucky History Museum has just added a unique piece to its collection. It's an essentially mint-condition comprehensive 8th grade exam written in 1912.
I wish I was kidding. But, then again, there are now Pakistani children who are in loving homes. Regardless, in the category of "Best Country in Which to Live on This Planet," the good ol' U.S. of A. still wins, hands down.
I hope David Letterman knows about these guys, because when I first discovered theslowmoguys on YouTube, I was reminded of how Letterman always used to like to see what certain things looked like under certain conditions.
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