Clearly, the New York Times couldn't run with Jonathan Weisman's headline or opening sentence in the report he filed shortly after Friday's portion of Friday's testimony at a hearing of the House Ways and Means Committee in its Saturday print edition. Show More Summary
Miley Cyrus is the victim of swatting -- for the second time in one year. Once again, no crime was in progress at her home.
War News Updates is a very good news aggregator for all topics military but they do cover other areas at times. Here's their take on the IRS coverup that is ongoing: I am not an American.... just a...
It's been four weeks since I looked at the numbers pu t up by the New York Mets in the early part of the 2013 season. A month is a long time in baseball, and player performance can fluctuate over time. Unfortunately for the Mets, many of the early season positives have evaporated. Show More Summary
Summer is a time where we are bombarded with images of men with shirts and women in bikinis, and deciding to lounge around the beach or around the pool can be difficult. Here is my personal response to that pressure. read article Tags: Sexual Health.Body & Body Image
Hacking attempts on media organizations have ramped up in recent months with attacks on the AP, The Guardian, CBS News accounts, The Onion, and E! Online. On Friday The Financial Times’ Tech Blog and Twitter accounts were hacked into, the organization reported. Show More Summary
I’m annoyed that I didn’t know about this before I had sex for the first time. I had no reason to be afraid. read article Tags: Sexual Health.Sex Ed, Society.Sexuality, Sexual Health.Women's Health
Highly religious individuals are most likely to hold up traditional models of marriage despite the financial costs involved, including the loss of income when one parent cares full time for children.
Giant Cardboard Robot Today I went to Maker Faire Bay Area 2013 with my mom, my daughter and some friends and really had a blast. The fair also runs on Sunday May 19th, so if you’re in the area, you still have time to head down to the San Mateo County Event Center for the [...]
I started a speed painting series of people who inspire me last year but I didn’t have the materials or the time to keep it up. I’m starting fresh this year and redoing my first subject: FablesInFashion! This time I forced Celina to watch me doing it so I could film her reactions > : [...]Show More Summary
Before the qualifying runs began on Saturday, Mother Nature's intervention delayed the beginning of the time trials by more than two hours at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Once things finally got going, 24 cars qualified for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500. Show More Summary
Joe Stringer of ACCE, the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment talks about why he is going to Washington, DC to risk arrest at the Department of Justice. Stringer,in Los Angeles talks about how the foreclosure crisis has...Show More Summary
It is hard to know when an athlete has returned to his true form after missing time with an injury, but Rafael Nadal is clearly back. The tennis star missed seven months with a knee injury and then struggled when he returned to the court. Show More Summary
Post by Cynthia Dermody It's a sad, sad day, everyone!!!! Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have really broken up, you guys!!!! No really. No REALLLY. Do you notice all the soggy tear marks over these sentences?!!! Do you notice all...Show More Summary
Vimeo Fred is a personal stop motion short. It got finished thanks to many friends, bank loans, and credit cards. I devoted spare time between jobs, moving the sets and puppets from one city to the next zig-zagging the west coast from LA to Seattle.
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles presents Cuban-American artist ANTONIA WRIGHT in her first Los Angeles solo exhibition, titled Be, on view from May 18 ? June 29, 2013. The sad, strange, beautiful vulnerability and, at times, painful faces of the human condition are all considerations in the work of Miami-based artist Antonia Wright. Show More Summary
Buffett applies his principles in good times and bad.
A fun little stool from Fatboy - comfy and supportive, all at the same time. More
The inter-movement fights of the skeptic world, like geek gate-keeping in the geek world, is something I keep tabs on from afar. Though I am an atheist, a skeptic and–I think it’s fair to say– fairly geeky, I simply don’t have time to immerse myself in these worlds. But I am always lurking, always watching…to [...]
Chaos theory in comics! Whoo-hoo! Charles Soule is getting more press in the comics world these days because he’s the new writer on Swamp Thing, but he writes other stuff, too! His new graphic novel from Archaia, Strange Attractors, is pretty darned neat, if you want to read a complete story before deciding whether you [...]