Unemployment drops in every state for 2014. First time in over 30 years. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics: Annual average unemployment rates decreased from 2013 to 2014 in all 50 […]
Now I wonder who is trying to light up this roll of green?
Talk about one of the most immature actions from a Congressman that I have ever seen. John Boehner is nothing less than an egotistical psychopath with the maturity of cockroach eggs. Just watch […]
As I’m sure you’ve probably heard by now, Leonard Nimoy has passed away. Most famously known as Mr. Spock in the Star Trek series and movies. His golden voice also graced many […]
This week a drone crashed in a supermarket parking lot near the San Ysidro, CA-Mexico, border. The six-propeller remote-controlled aircraft was most likely overweight as it contained more than six pounds of crystal meth, […]
Beutler Ink created an awesome illustrated mash-up of the more noteworthy pop-culture and news events of 2014. According to their website, Beutler Ink is: Beutler Ink is a content development agency based […]
Mia, a homeowner in Tempe, AZ, used an old iPhone and an app called Manything so she could check up on her dog while at work. Recently, Mia was shocked as she witnessed, […]
The other night, Nancy Grace (HLN) came on TV. I was half-listening as I was on the computer, then Janice Dickinson came on the show and drew my complete attention. Janice is one of the […]
Ferguson prosecutor Robert McCulloch: “…they [the jurors] gave up their lives….” What about Michael’s life?
Today Ferguson prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced at the press conference that the grand jury voted not to indict Officer Darren Wilson with the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. During the Q&A session after […]