The annual ranking, which is based on the number of visa-free and visa on arrival destinations a passport allows its holder into, also listed Swedish and Singaporean passports highly.
By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam It's still a dogfight at the top, with defending champs Texas playing their cards closer to the vest, California exploding at the Georgia Invite and NC State continuing to swim good opponents very tough. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2016-2017 Men’s NCAA Power Rankings – January Edition
Passport Index has released its Global Passport Power Rank for 2017. In first place, Germany, with visa-free or visa on arrival access to 158 countries around the world. In 134th place, China, with 57 countries. [ more › ]
The Pac-12 last season boasted the toughest road game in college basketball. During conference play, the league’s home teams won at a higher rate (71%) than any other conference in America. This season, Pac-12 home teams are winning at just a 59 percent rate. Show More Summary
From Warriors to Nets.
If there are dog days in the NBA schedule, you'll likely find them in January. Between the bitter cold gripping most of the map, the passing of the halfway point of an 82-game slate and the fast approach of the All-Star Game, there's...Show More Summary
There's a light at the end of the tunnel, baseball fans. Pitchers and catchers are set to begin reporting to spring training in less than a month, as we come down the homestretch of another long and eventful MLB offseason. With thatShow More Summary
As per the recent Passport Index ranking of World’s most powerful, efficient and popular passports, India has a disappointing presence. With only a visa-free score of only 46, we are ranked #81 out of 98 in the list. In fact, we have...Show More Summary
This is the Power Ranking Guide To Hostess Snacks created by Lucas Peterson of Lucky Peach. It ranks Hostess snacks based on taste and the snack's appropriateness for a pet name. I don't really agree with it. First of all, their powdered...Show More Summary
So this is a three-man race, and it probably should have been all along.
If you just picked the team with the best quarterback this season in each of the eight playoff games, you’d be 8-0 on your picks. We know how valuable quarterbacks are. While it’s still absolute nonsense that we assign a record to quarterbacks...Show More Summary
According to Lucas Peterson at Lucky Peach, this is a completely factual, and 100-percent correct guide. You’re welcome. [Source: Lucky Peach | Via Neatorama] The post The Official Hostess Power Rankings appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Don't Ask ME: "Why Have YOU Broken Ranks - And Are Always Seemingly Defending Donald Trump AT THE EXPENSE OF (So Called) BLACK LEADERS?"YOU Need To GO TO The ACTUAL PLACES That Your CURRENT EXISTENCE In REAL TIME (NOT "Selma 1965") AFFORD...Show More Summary
Lucas Peterson at Lucky Peach made us all a graph that sorts Hostess snacks by not only taste, but by how easily each one's name can be given to a pet. As someone who named a cat Marshmallow, I heartily approve. -via Digg Someone in my family actually suggested SnoBall.
Offense puts fans in the seats, but pitching wins championships. As we've seen in recent years, that statement is all too true. And it's not specific to starting pitching, either, as the San Francisco Giants can attest. The Cleveland...Show More Summary
Golden State, Cleveland and San Antonio sit 1-2-3 midway through the 2016-17 season
The 11th of our weekly NBA power rankings (from Jan. 8 through Jan. 14)
It's been a streaky season in the NHL, and the Washington Capitals are the latest team to find themselves in one, all to the good. We almost saw the Columbus Blue Jackets tie the NHL's all-time win streak of 17 recently, before they were shut out by the Caps in what would have been their 17th straight victory. Show More Summary
The Cowboys’ charge to the NFC’s No. 1 seed has been powered mostly by their offense, which ranked third in DVOA during the regular season. You know all about the new triplets, Dak Prescott’s rookie surge, Ezekiel Elliott’s budding superstardom, and Dez Bryant’s constant big-play potential. But with Aaron Rodgers… Read more...