Category Archives: Editorial

Kony 2012

KONY 2012 from INVISIBLE CHILDREN on Vimeo. So this morning I found the KONY2012 video put out by Invisible Children. I was impressed, they definitely know how to draw people to action. Then a friend of mine directed me to a blog, Something in this article rubbed me the wrong way and I couldn’t tell at first if […]

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The “Stoked” Epidemic

Normally, when a new article idea hits me, I get super stoked about it. I sit down and think up witty things to say and as soon as I post it I go onto Google Talk and *high-five* my friends. We track stats here at Cleverpork Central, and when I see a new search term […]

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Cleverpork Central 2009 Holiday Gift Guide

So as you all likely know, Christmas and other holidays-which-are-not-as-important-to-their-religions-as-Christmas-is-to-Christianity-but-are-named-so-we-all-feel-like-we-are-accepting are coming up. You may be confused about what to get that special someone for your holiday of choice, but never fear, Cleverpork Central is HERE for YOU. We’ve collected the TRUE best gifts of 2009 here in one convenient place to make your holiday shopping a cinch!

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Business Energy Tax Credit

Cleverpork Central is often a comedy site, but there are things that we believe strongly about and will bring to the forefront of conversation. Anything filed under “Serious” is not a joke, even if it seems counter to everything else on this site. Recently, Chris Cunningham had to write a 1000 word essay on the […]

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Study Reveals Pittsburgh Unprepared For Full-Scale Zombie Attack

It is Zombie Week here at Cleverpork Central. We let the dead rest for a week after Halloween, but now they’re back with a vengeance. Keep your eyes open for more undead content through the week. In an October study done by the Pittsburgh mayor, and only reported by a single news source, it was determined that […]

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Wind Turbines and the End of the World

Wind Turbines are becoming a more popular way to generate power. Their proponents claim that they produce almost zero waste, are completely silent, and allow the surrounding ground to be completely useable. However, there are a lot of things they leave out.

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McDonalds Monopoly vs. Powerball vs. Nature

Well I don’t know about you all but when it is Monopoly season at McDonalds I get kind of excited. I always figured there could be a chance at winning some cash! Well I think I was mistaken… Game Payout Odds $/Odds Monopoly $1,000,000 1 in 542,034,000 0.00184490 Monopoly $50,000 1 in 640,586,000 0.00007805 Monopoly […]

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What is a Browser?

I had no idea that there are tons of people in the world who don’t even know what a web browser is. However, in a “highly-scientific (read: not scientific at all) survey” of a Google employee’s friends people spent way more time on the internet but many less knew what browser they used. Here is the original […]

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Declaration of Principles

I’ll provide the people of these internets with a blog that will tell all the important news honestly. I will also provide them with a fighting and tireless champion of their rights as citizens and as human beings. Signed, Chris Cunningham

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