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Church Lawyers Are Pretty Peeved About ‘Mormon Match’ Online Dating Site

Totally unacceptable. (Screengrab via

We always knew lawyers were killjoys, but this is a whole new level of pointless legal squabbling.

Attorneys representing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints — a.k.a. Mormonism — are arguing that an online dating site called Mormon Match doesn’t have a right use the word “Mormon” or show pictures of church imagery, temples or paraphernalia, the Christian Post reports. Read More

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Some Retired IT Nerd Thinks He’s Literally Jesus Christ

Seems legit.

We’ve all met tech support guys who, upon being asked to accomplish the simplest task, acted like martyrs going to their death. But some former IT dude in Australia has taken it to the next level.

Sky News reports that Alan John Miller (who prefers to be called AJ, just like JC, GET IT?!), once an IT specialist, now runs a “religious movement” calling itself the Divine Truth, attracting 150 or so people to seminars at his home and inspiring people to move nearby.  He claims he is the reincarnation of Jesus Christ and, what’s more, that his partner is Mary Magdalene. Read More

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This Week Rand Paul Is Wandering Around Silicon Valley

Hell, with that haircut he'll fit right in. (Photo: Wikipedia)

Heads up, West Coasters: If you happen to look around tomorrow and spot Rand Paul wandering around your office, don’t fret–it’s not a dystopian hallucination spawned by too many late nights of Hacker News and Philip K. Dick paperbacks. The senator, according to Mashable, is bumming about Silicon Valley, attempting to raise some money (presumably from the resident, rich-as-hell libertarians). Read More

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Lavish Dotcom Parties Are Back, Baby

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Rumors that Microsoft is about to acquire Yammer for a cool billion dollars or so are zipping fast and furious around the Internet. That sure would be a delightful belated birthday present for Yammer CEO David Sachs, who turned 40 back on May 25. And if Business Insider is correct about the plans for his birthday party, he’ll be celebrating in high style.

According to their source, who is unidentified and God only knows how credible, the festivities will be held at Los Angeles’ Fleur de Lys mansion (worth no less than $125 million). Guests will apparently be required to 18th century costume, which, we’re not even sure where one would acquire such a thing? Snoop Dogg will reportedly be performing (no word whether he’ll also be required to appear in period attire, though.)

Here’s hoping there’ll be a little sing-along: Read More