Ig Nobel Prizes

Funny stuff. The Ig Nobel Prizes were awarded yesterday. They honor people whose achievements "cannot or should not be reproduced."
My favorites:
Peter Barss of McGill University, for his impactful medical report "Injuries Due to Falling Coconuts."
PUBLISHED IN: The Journal of rauma, vol. 21, no. 11, 1984, pp. 990-1.
David Schmidt of the University of Massachusetts for his partial solution to the question of why shower curtains billow inwards.
Buck Weimer of Pueblo, Colorado for inventing Under-Ease, airtight underwear with a replaceable charcoal filter that removes bad-smelling gases before they escape.
John Richards of Boston, England, founder of The Apostrophe Protection Society,
for his efforts to protect, promote, and defend the differences between plural and possessive.
Lawrence W. Sherman of Miami University, Ohio, for his influential research report "An Ecological Study of Glee in Small Groups of Preschool children."
PUBLISHED IN: Child Development, vol. 46, no. 1, March 1975, pp. 53-61.
Dr. Jack and Rexella Van Impe of Jack Van Impe Ministries, Rochester Hills, Michigan, for their discovery that black holes fulfill all the technical requirements to be the location of Hell.
REFERENCE: The March 31, 2001 television and Internet broadcast of the "Jack Van Impe Presents" program. (at about the 12 minute mark).
Viliumas Malinauskus
of Grutas, Lithuania, for creating the amusement park known as "Stalin World."