Marshawn Lynch still isn't talking. Well sort of. After being fined $100,000 for refusing to do an interview, the Seattle Seahawks running back said only 55 words to answer 22 questions following Sunday's 19-3 win over the Arizona Cardinals. He won't talk about his back or dancing with the cheerleaders, but he will talk about Lil Boosie or his charity work.
A Russian tourist has been hit with an eye-watering $25,000 fine for doing what visitors have done for thousands of years: leave their mark on Rome's Colosseum. The man was caught in the act of inscribing a 10-inch tall letter "K" on a wall inside the ancient building, reports...
Do you need to be coerced into working out by paying a non-compliance fine? Would you like to find a cool mountain-bike route on your business trip to Milwaukee next week? Or how about running with a music mix automatically synchronized to your pace, or having a yoga instructor come to your...
Ty Herndon officially came out. (Here’s a fine interview Chris Willman conducted with Herndon after the announcement.) Herndon’s announcement inspired Billy Gilman to do the same. Ronnie Milsap shot a video interview for CMT.com shortly before his Hall of Fame induction. Show More Summary
THIS PRINT IS BANANAS. B-A-N-A-N-A-S. THIS PRINT IS BA — okay fine I’m done. But for real, the kind of horrifying, fleshy-lookin’ 3D printed shape you see below is quite literally bananas. Pureed bananas, mixed with a bit o’ potato starch for the sake of holding things together. As the latest experiment by the guys over at 3digitalcooks (a blog that focuses heavily on… Read More
How mandatory voting could change elections in Toronto. Should Canada require citizens to vote or face a fine as Australia, Argentina, Brazil, and eight other countries do? Debate over the merits of compulsory voting seem to spring up every time there’s an election. Show More Summary
Let's keep this real simple, ladies. All you have to do to get what you want this Christmas is send your men a link to this post—we've got you covered. To the men out there who are racking their brains trying to figure out what their female counterparts would be happy with for Christmas—it's something small that sparkles and shines. Show More Summary
Q: The entryway to my house is mostly fine, except for one bizarre corner. I blame it all on this awkward nook created by the stair rail when you first walk into the house. It's narrow, long, and makes no functional or aesthetic sense. What can I do to make this functional and beautiful? Or at the very least, non-hideous. READ MORE »
BuzzFeed | The Washington Post Reuters media critic Jack Shafer tells Poynter Reuters let him go. “I’m fine,” Shafer told Poynter. “My philosophy is that the job belongs to the employer,” he said. “When they want to do something else...Show More Summary
In a way you have to give a little bit of yourself to your patients and their families in order to do your job the best way that you can. It’s a fine balance between trying to preserve your mental sanity and helping your patient through months and years of toxic therapy.
If there's one thing Honda does well, it's making small, comfortable and efficient vehicles. The automaker's new small crossover, the 2016 HR-V, should do just fine. As traditionally "small" SUVs and crossovers have gotten bigger and bigger, space underneath the...
Ferguson protestors have been happy to break the law — looting, rioting, setting businesses on fire. Stealing is evidently fine when they do it, but now one of the Ferguson
Images of dogs mourning over the death of someone dear to them are common in fine art and in photos on the Internet. Although behavioral scientists agree that these dogs are showing great sorrow and sadness they debate as to whether the emotion the dogs are feeling is really grief. read more
More than a year after paying a steep penalty for doing business with Iran, one of the world’s biggest banks is back in regulators’ cross hairs.
Do you need more reasons to love Benedict Cumberbatch? Was his Beyonce "Crazy in Love" strut not enough? Fine, lucky for you the "Sherlock" star has 11 more reasons to think that he's pretty much the best.RELATED: Watch out Beyonce,Show More Summary
To make its case that broadband doesn't need to be regulated like a utility, Comcast has to make the case that the status quo is working out just fine. The post Comcast Wants the President to Know That Net Neutrality Is Doing Just Fine appeared first on WIRED.
So Elsa threw a party and invited everyone she knew. We would see the biggest gift would be from freaks, and the card attached would say, “Thank you for being an egomaniacal, controlling, psycho, screech beast who will do anything to get her way — I mean, a friend. Thank... More »
Good morning and welcome to another wonderful laid back Sunday! How do you all feel about the world of fine art? Have you all ever been to a great museum that features famous works of art? Well, today’s optical illusion is all aboutShow More Summary
In case you're asleep by the time it's posted, almost every night on Kotaku I run a feature called Fine Art. It's a showcase of the work of artists working in (or dabbling in) the video game business. I do this post for a number of reasons. Show More Summary
In this day and age, athletes are in no-win situations when it comes to the media. If they do not talk to the media, they can be fined, but if they tell the truth, they are vilified. Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate is finding that out the hard way. On Tuesday, he spoke to the media and answered questions that were directed towards him. Show More Summary