President Obama might not be the most popular politician on the federal level, but compared to the approval ratings for other federal officials, at least his are in double digits. Seriously, that’s not a joke. We wish it was.
Auto makers like Porsche usually cater to the swinging single guy. Their target audience is the car owner who only wants enough room for a massive, gas guzzling engine inside a tight carbon fiber body with only two seats: one for him and one for a very shapely lady, with enough “head room,” if you know what we mean.
Parts of Japan are still reeling from the massive earthquake and tsunami that decimated the nation’s northern coast in 2011. Thousands were killed and even more left injured and homeless by the natural disasters and ensuing fires. The tra
So many issues and problems are circling around us right now that the environment can fall pretty low on the list of our priorities. Heck, making sure we have clean socks on everyday is a more pressing environmental priority.
The economy has made it practically impossible to get a job in some corners of the country. Some, however, have had an easier time than others at creating opportunities for the unemployed to become employed once again.
Two of America’s most prestigious universities are doing something that any other private university would consider a sign of clinical insanity. They are offering education, knowledge and enlightenment for free.
The National Weather Service estimates that every year, you have a 1/1,000,000th chance of being struck by a bolt of lightning. We’d like to know what the odds are of being hit by a bolt of lightning in the crotch.
Normally, we don’t sit around all day thinking about the numeric proba
The cause of road rage is no major scientific secret. American drivers can be rude, obnoxious, selfish and downright dangerous. Just driving down any major thoroughfare in the country can turn Mother Theresa into Leona Helmsley.
One of the sporting world’s most anticipated events is the Kentucky Derby, set to open its gates this Saturday for the 138th running of the classic race, making it the oldest sporting event in American sports history.
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