Keith Richards always seemed like the down-to-earth, somewhat approachable one in the Rolling Stones, the one who you could probably hang out with and get along just fine, even if he is megarich and has been famous for pretty much half a century. Show More Summary
I don’t hate Tom Brady. A lot of people do, and that’s fine, but I don’t. Not even in a fun, sports-hate kind of way. I actually like watching him play, and despite the fact that I do hate Bill Belichick, I even secretly root for the Patriots to win sometimes. However, despite my respect for Brady, […]
Today’s Oracle takes us to the Gemini weekly for March 25, 2005 You seem to be doing a fine job of resolving a major issue of faith on the most cosmic scale. Your understanding of the world and... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves Daily Astrology Blog for full links, other content, and more!
I continue my response to a listener who asks: “Why are we trying to be so careful to accurately describe other people’s positions? They do just fine describing it for themselves.” This is my second post in a series that responds to follow-up questions about a recent discussion I led on Life Report on what […]
Why do people keep cats? As a non-cat person, I have long been perplexed by this state of affairs, in which millions and millions of humans around the world have wound up sharing a home with these odd (and, fine, kind of cute) creatures. Show More Summary
Five-thousand years before it was immortalized in a British nursery rhyme, the cat that caught the rat that ate the malt was doing just fine living alongside farmers in the ancient Chinese village of Quanhucun, a forthcoming study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has confirmed. read more
By Chris Butler | Tennessee Watchdog WARNING: The next time you visit a Tennessee state park, read the posted rules closely. Failure to do so could result in a punishment worse than what you would get for committing a Class C misdemeanor, like public intoxication. And if you’re going tobreak one of those rule, make...
A female party-guest who passed out at Justin Bieber’s Calabasas, California residence on Friday has reportedly now recovered and is doing “fine” a day after the incident. The update comes after TMZ previously reported an ambulance was dispatched to the teen star’s home in the early hours of Saturday. Show More Summary
Richard Barnes wishes he hadn't rented the car. The vehicle, which he reserved for on a business trip in Atlanta, was absolutely fine. It's what happened afterwards that makes his blood boil. Barnes picked up the vehicle at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Show More Summary
It’s not just the state of the oceans that makes me want to drink. Reading about the Great Lakes will do just fine. Tiny plastic beads used in hundreds of toiletries like facial scrubs and toothpastes are slipping through water treatment plants and turning up by the tens of millions in the Great Lakes. There, [...]
Our Lady of Lourdes; Turn Me On, Dead Man; Darkness Comes; One In A Million; Do You Believe In The Devil? Read the full article on AICN Hello ladies and gentlemen, Muldoon here with this week's selection of fun flicks from fine folks like you and me. Show More Summary
The NFL preaches player safety, and some of the things the league does to protect players makes sense. Then they do something like fine Brandon Marshall $15,000 for wearing orange shoes, almost as much as two fines for dangerous acts...Show More Summary
Being born rich is a big advantage in life, and always was. Money buys private tuition, access to power and people, spacious homes, opportunities to travel, fine food, and time to do what you like. And yesterday in Texas, being rich also got Ethan Couch out of jail. Show More Summary
How much money do I have to shove into my computer to get Bo Burnham to create an entire album with Tim Minchin? All of it? All my money? Because that is fine. I love this song I listened to it three times and typed out a transcript before realizing the lyrics were already in the description on YouTube. Show More Summary
Fewer than 1% of cars on the road in the U.S. are electric cars, and one thing keeping that number down is the vehicles' limited range — typically about 100 miles — and the need to charge them. But a new Consumer Reports survey found that plug-in hybrid or fully electric cars would be practical for 42% of respondents with cars. Show More Summary
I respond to a listener who asks “Why are we trying to be so careful to accurately describe other people’s positions? They do just fine describing it for themselves.” My next few posts will be responding to followup questions regarding a recent discussion I lead on Life Report on what terms to use in abortion […]
The New York Times reports on page one today that the Justice Department will bring a "criminal action" against Jamie Dimon's fraud-ridden JPMorgan Chase. What is this criminal action? A big ($2 billion) fine and a deferred-prosecution agreement, which is where the defendant promises not to commit the crime again for a few years ago. Until now, no big Wall...
Cowpea weevils and four other insects whose sex lives you do NOT want to be involved in, according to the fine folks at Buzz Hoot Roar.
I swear, Kemco must get a bulk discount on orphaned protagonists. As many games from this publisher do, Chronus Arc opens by showing us a horrible tragedy that befell the hero of the game at some point in the past. In fine RPG tradition, especially those with 'Chron' in the title, the introduction to our
The NSA is listening to our MMO chat logs, and I feel fine. Monday's news has sparked outrage among some gamers, while others yawn and carry on, knowing that they have nothing to fear. So I polled the Massively staff members to gather everyone's thoughts on the topic. Show More Summary