(Click for larger images) Reborns are dolls that look just like real babies. Continue reading “Which of these babies is real? Which baby is reborn?”
“Saints may always tell the truth, but for mortals living means lying.” – Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, who heard the case.
Until 2006 in the United States, saying that you earned medals as a war hero wasn’t a crime. Then the Stolen Valor Act was enacted, which made wearing, making or selling military decorations and medals illegal. But that law was challenged as a violation of free speech. In March of 2011, a U. S. Court struck down the law as unconstitutional. The next stop for the fight? The United States Supreme Court.
Is free speech (which includes lying) more important than the right of those who earned honors in the military?
A fake Medal of Honor or Purple Heart: Is it free speech? Federal appeals court rules that the “Stolen Valor Act” curbs free speech: You don’t have to actually have a Medal of Honor or Purple Heart to say you have one. The Christian Science Monitor>>
Hanging Clown or Electrocuted Prisoner? Continue reading “Which scary Halloween prop looks more realistic?”
An angel or a devil?
Some features look trustworthy, and some do not. Continue reading “Which face do you trust?”
It’s obvious, right?
The logo on the photo is from photographer Daniel Burkhalter, at Burkalter Pro>>
Charming or creepy?
Masked Ginger Rogers clones appear in this publicity photo for the 1937 Fred Astaire / Ginger Rogers film Shall We Dance. Continue reading “Which one is the real Ginger Rogers?”
Were five Hollywood players all holed up in a secret Chicago apartment in the 2700 block of South Princeton Avenue? (similar to this one on the same street)
Continue reading “Which Hollywood stars were involved in Nigerian credit card scam?”
Gary Thompson relies on an
artful mix of truth and fantasy.
Gary Thompson works the streets of Lexington, Kentucky while rolling around in a wheelchair. Continue reading “Which part of this beggar’s act is a scam?”
"With God, what is terrible is that one never knows whether it’s not just a trick of the devil." – Jean Anouilh
"… to believe that it should know the truth and the truth would make it free. Continue reading ““It was, after all, Christianity itself which tutored the Western mind…””