What a Waste

Help a Hipster

5 Million dollars went to the “Help-a-Hipster” movement last year. Hipsters were handed cash at parties in exchange for making an effort to quit smoking. Taxpayer dollars were used to pay researchers to learn to identify hipsters. Funding was also used to create a marketing campaign designed to hide the fact that this was a government program, because hipsters are against “big government.” At the end of the study, it was discovered that smoking habits had not changed for hipsters.

Solar Powered Beer

Who doesn’t love a cold beer on a hot summer’s day? The problem is that breweries are taking taxpayer money in order to maximize revenue… READ MORE

Piñata Appreciation Day

Following riots in Baltimore, the federal government decided it was worthwhile to award a $20,000 grant ““to support an apprenticeship program and a series of… READ MORE

Zombies in the White House

Sure there are zombies in our nation’s capital, but they are young interns and staffers who are trudging home after a long day’s work. Apparently… READ MORE


Humans have enough problems trying to interact with each other for us to be spending taxpayer money on the social interactions of guppies. A professor… READ MORE