The power and influence of women in America has grown exponentially over the years ever since the introduction of the 19th Amendment. But even still, many women are not treated fairly, let alone equal to their male counterparts.
Which state in America is considered best for women's equality? Hint: Not Wyoming.
By now, everyone has likely heard about those Ashley Madison profiles that were hacked and how many people in our state actually frequented the cheating spouse website. Lately, people are getting really crafty with all of the leaked data...
You had an argument with your boyfriend, or maybe a negotiation with your boss and afterwards you thought to yourself, "man, if only had a recording of that conversation!"
I stumbled upon this awesome app known as 'Alibi' for my Android phone, basically it's being touted as a "DVR for your life", allowing you to set permissions on your phone to record any and all things around you at any given time. Video, phone calls, microphone recordings, pics, you name it.
Wouldn't every man like to know how well they performed in bed? Well, now there is an app for that.
Fellas all wondered at one point or another, "how well did I do?" when the deed was done, and Lulu was invented for that very purpose. In fact, the app is so wildly popular among millennials it's been reported that nearly 1 in 4 women have perused through the site already.
Homelessness in Wyoming is an issue that only seems to be growing. Movato just released and interactive map that shows the spike in growth of the homeless population in each state. And while Wyoming might not be number one on the list, we aren't exactly improving with the issue year after year.
We feel good passing this kind of information along simply because of the over abundance of snooty scotch drinkers and whip cream, cotton candy, foo foo vodkas on the shelves as of late. Wyoming's most popular beer is Bud Light...and our most popular hard liquor is none other than Fireball.
A recent report researched every state in the United States with one question in mind: How many people are actually willing to get off the couch and do something productive? The results are far from surprising.
It appears that Slide the City is sliding through Wyoming in 2015! Slide The City is a day for the whole family that features a waterslide over 1,000ft long! We are talking over 3 football fields! Plus, according to the website there will be food, music and a wide assortment of entertainment. And yes, the largest slip and slide to ever make it's way through Wyoming.
Wyoming law makers are contemplating a ban on wearable tech while operating a vehicle, notably the upcoming wearable computing device Google Glass. Will this put an end to wearable tech on the road in our state?
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