Politicians are mostly full of shit, and often in West Virginia doubly so, but one politicians in West Virginia has put forth legislation to make science fiction mandatory public school reading. Ryan Canterbury, you are a hero.
Google Glass is supposed to hit the market by the end of this year, but West Virginia isn’t taking any chances. There’s already legislation introduced that would ban drivers from wearing or using Google Glass or any other type device while driving. Like anyone in WV would even know high tech smartphone-like glasses if they saw them.
Just like his father, snake-handling Pentecostal minister Mack Wolford of West Virginia died of rattlesnake bites. Some Pentecostals use snake handling as proof that God is keeping them safe, but for two generations of the Wolfords, it hasn’t worked out so far. Maybe they should start snake handling before their reproductive years and the problem will eventually work itself out.
Dozens of idiots taking shelter from evil wi-fi and cell phone radiation in the mountains of West Virginia
As if West Virginia didn’t have enough idiots as it is, the state is now becoming a haven for those who think they suffer from electromagnetic hypersensitivity, also known as technophobic hypochondria, a term I made up just now. Because Green Bank, WV is home to several large radio telescopes, the area is a radio-free zone, as not to interfere with the telescopes. This isolation is what is driving many to move to the area, who think that cell phone radiation is killing them.
…How the neighbor’s goat fit into a pair of bra and panties, I’ll never know.
That fateful sentence, possibly the best quote from a police report EVER, was uttered by 41 year old Melissa Lee Williams (above) of West Virginia after she was arrested for threatening two men at a motor lodge to eat her out at knife point.