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Cake Wrecks Tells The Truth

9 minutes agoHumor : Cake Wrecks

In honor of Tell The Truth Day, here are 6 cakes droppin' some sugary truth bombs: Ahhh, college. (WHAT.) Old enough to know that's not how you spell "you're!" Haha! OH SNAP. (Do the kids say "oh snap" anymore?) (No? Rats.) (... I AM old.) If ever an occasion called for cake... ...I'm pretty sure this isn't it. Everyone can relax! Turns out Mr. Show More Summary

Bully Taught a Lesson When He Is Made to Fight Pro Boxer (Video)

14 minutes agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Parenting can be a tricky thing. So I doubt that everyone’s in agreement that this dad handled this particular matter in the perfect way, but I doubt the kid will fall back into his old habits. After learning that his son had been bullying other kids, a dad forced his son to get in the […]

Feds, San Francisco Officials Blame Each Other for Pier Shooting

The federal government and city of San Francisco are blaming each other for letting the suspected killer of Kathryn Steinle leave jail in the first place. Steimle was 32 years old and the suspect, Mexican national Francisco Sanchez, has been deported five times. San Francisco is a sanctuary city, where city officials will not turn […]

Here's What The Future Of Energy Might Look Like. And It's Pretty Amazing (VIDEO)

37 minutes agoNews : Huffington Post

You're already familiar with solar power, wind power, and even water power. But when it comes to the future of energy, those renewable power sources soon could be old news. Scientists and engineers are now building mashup versions of...Show More Summary

Photo: Duke Found Mike Krzyzewski’s Old Film Projector, And It’s A Blast From The Past

Before the days of computers (or even DVD’s for that matter), college teams had to watch film via projector screen. The footage was played on one of those gigantic, clunky film projectors, like the one Duke basketball dug up from the archives today.   Found Coach K’s projector used to watch game tape back in the day. Show More Summary

Goodbye to Robert E. Lee

To some people, even 150 years after the end of the Civil War, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee remains a symbol of honor, chivalry and courage; his memory conjures the Old South, a lost cause and a more romantic era. That's why his name remains on schools, highways and monuments across the country,...

Why Greece's 'No' Actually Means 'Yes'

As the old adage goes “the only way to go is up after rock bottom,” Greece seems unable to stop pushing its economic limits. Despite its previous bailout programs designed jointly by the IMF, ECB, and European Commission, relief arrived coupled with harsh measures. Show More Summary

Illegal alien with three previous DUIs drives drunk again and kills American teen

An illegal immigrant with THREE prior DUI convictions killed a 17-year old when he was driving drunk for a forth time.  The defense tried to get him the minimum sentence,

Why Eric Holder’s new job is an insult to the American public

The former Attorney General who made "too big to jail" a national joke now re-joins his old corporate law firm

Man United prepare €82m offer for Thomas Muller. Talks have begun [Sport 1]

Could Thomas Muller be the answer to Manchester United’s shortage of attacking options? With Radamel Falcao departing for Chelsea via parent club Monaco and Robin van Persie tipped to leave Old Trafford this summer, there seems little doubt that Manchester United need strengthening up front. Show More Summary

Forgotten Old School Hollywood Scandals That Would Still Make Jaws Drop Today

1 hour agoNews : Huffington Post

Before Hollywood became synonymous with sex tapes, rehab and public meltdowns, there was still plenty of gossip and scandal to go around in Tinseltown. Even without social media, news of the stars' salacious lives and indiscretions still made the news. Show More Summary

100 Wonders: The Mystery of Skeleton Lake

While traversing the Himalayas in 1942, a young British forest guard was alarmed to discover a frozen lake filled with hundred of skeletons. The bones were revealed to be 1,200 years old and had all suffered from similar wounds to their heads and shoulders. Show More Summary

CAPPA to play The Outlaw Roadshow Nashville!

Originally hailing from outside Philadelphia, 24 year old CAPPA is no newbie to the music scene. Starting to write songs at age seven, Carla Cappa released her first album in 2009 where her song “I’m Not” won her 1st place in the USA Songwriting Competition. Show More Summary

Dolphins selling off old Sun Life Stadium seats

In case what you were looking for to tie the room together was an brightly colored plastic chair, you’re in luck. According to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the Dolphins are selling old seats from Sun Life Stadium this week, including some autographed by past and present stars. The seats were removed during this offseason’s renovations,…

A coal mine in Scotland was turned into a vast universe made out of plants and stones

What better use for an old coal mine than a whole new universe? This is just what the Duke of Buccleuch and architect Charles Jencks did with an open cast coal mine located within Scotland’s Lowther Hills. The 22-hectare site was an industrial eyesore

Raheem Sterling tops list of 20 most valuable youngsters ft. Man United & Arsenal stars [Video]

Liverpool’s 20 year old winger Raheem Sterling is the most valuable young player in Europe, according to a new Soccerex study. Currently trying to force a move away from Anfield, Raheem Sterling tops a list featuring three Liverpool players, two players from each of Man United and Arsenal and one from Chelsea and Everton. Show More Summary

Cleveland Cavs Get Even Deeper, More Lethal with Mo Williams Signing

Another summer, another old friend makes a return home for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Veteran point guard Mo Williams has agreed to sign with the Cavs, as first reported by Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski and later confirmed by Williams himself. Show More Summary

Procurement Is Not Doomed! But Needs to Change…

Categories: So last week we gave you a taste of the arguments in support of the motion “Procurement is Doomed” as debated at our Procurement Pub Debate recently, held at the Old Bank of England pub in Fleet Street.   Opposing the motion – so arguing that procurement is NOT doomed – were Garry Mansell, MD of Trade Extensions, and me. Show More Summary

Waste Hours Staring at This Real-Time 3D Map of Objects Orbiting Earth

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Ever wondered just how full the skies are? This real-time 3D map shows you objects currently in Earth orbit — from satellites and rocket bodies to good old space debris. It’s pretty busy up there. Read more...

CNN and the Temple Mount

TEMPLE MOUNT WATCH: CNN is coming under severe criticism for including the Old City of Jerusalem (with mention of the Dome of the Rock) at the top of its list of endangered historical sites, while leaving out another obvious one. It does seem like an odd list. Show More Summary

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