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The Most Ridiculous Skyrim Mods People Are Trying To Sell On Steam

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Since Valve enabled users to charge money for mods on Steam, people have uploaded all sorts of wild things onto the Steam Workshop. Some are serious. Some are jokes. And some are actively taking a jab at Valve for having the ‘gall’ to do something like this. Read more...

The Most Ridiculous Skyrim Mods People Are Trying To Sell On Steam

Since Valve enabled users to charge money for mods on Steam, people have uploaded all sorts of wild things onto the Steam Workshop. Some are serious. Some are jokes. And some are actively taking a jab at Valve for having the ‘gall’ to do something like this. Read more...

Tax That! The Craziest Things Celebs Get Paid To Do

last weekNews : CitizenSugar

While most Americans are eagerly waiting for their tax returns, celebrities are cashing in with wild business ventures. From international dates to wearing hair extensions, celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, and Kevin Hart are making big bucks in surprising ways.

‘The Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Kelly’s Back And Has Big Plans For Jack

Things are getting wild and crazy this week on The Young and the Restless. Many Y&R viewers had a sneaking suspicion that Kelly Andrews was still alive and up to no good, but few saw this latest twist coming. What comes next? The latest Young and Restless spoilers break down Wednesday’s episode. Show More Summary

Wild Rumpus rainbow noise makers crafts

Colourful, loud, and fun: make a set of rainbow noise makers and join in the Big Wild Rumpus party! Wild Rumpus rainbow noise makers To celebrate the reissuing of Maurice Sendak’s book ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ we are joining in with The Big Wild Rumpus, hosted by Random House and Wild Rumpus. Show More Summary

Sideshow: Basketball, babies, bees...oh my!

A former presidential candidate's bragging rights, a buzzing rendition of "Where the Wild Things Are" and Vice President steals a pacifier.

Ramp Season Is Ramping Up Across the Country: Where to Find Ramps RIGHT NOW

For diners who love ramps, the time is now. Spring has sprung, which can mean only one thing: Ramps are back. The garlicky, oniony wild vegetable is a favorite among chefs and foodies, whether it's grilled or roasted, topping a pizza or garnishing pasta. Show More Summary

Kate Middleton Due Date: Everything You Need to Know!

With Kate Middleton's due date is fast approaching, the rumors surrounding royal baby number two are running wild as we head into the home stretch. Here's a breakdown of where things stand now as the world's most famous family gearsShow More Summary

Break the Rules! You’ll never look back

Wake up, girls and boys! It’s time to change our ways. Here’s the thing: I’m a rule follower, and I bet you are too. After all, nonprofit communications isn’t the Wild West. But… Rules are made to be broken, at least once in a while. And as much as I believe in defining clear goals to […]

Children Scream in Panic as Obama Reads to Them

As President Barack Obama started reading Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are" during the annual Easter Egg Roll event, kids began to make noise as bees buzzed nearby. "Oh no, it's a bee. That's OK, guys. Bees are good, they won't land on you. Show More Summary

Bees turns White House story time into complete chaos.

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

A group of kids learn President Obama's policy on bees. Forget foreign policy, President Obama's biggest problems were domestic when a group of children interrupted his reading of Where The Wild Things Are by screaming about bees at the White House Easter Egg Roll. Show More Summary

About President Obama’s bee agenda…

As President Obama read Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are" to a group of children at the White House Easter Egg Roll, a single bee descended -- and with it, pandemonium. At first, the president tried to calm the screaming kids down with reason. "It’s O.K. guys. Bees are good," he told them. "They […]

Obama’s White House Easter Ruined By Bees [Video]

President Obama’s attempt to read Where the Wild Things Are to a group of children at the White House was thwarted by a small swarm of bees. According to WND, Obama’s annual Easter Egg Roll was interrupted by the insects on Monday morning on the South Lawn of the White House. Show More Summary

White House Easter: Obama Tells Screaming Kids 'Bees Are Good'

On Monday, at the White House Easter Egg Roll, President Obama’s reading of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are was interrupted by bees. The children in attendance screamed, because children and bees are natural enemies. The President urged them to stop screaming, because “bees are good,” and besides, wild things wouldn’t be afraid of bees. What a great day. Read more...

Watch Obama try to calm down screaming children during bee bombardment

President Barack Obama's Easter celebration on Monday was spoiled by a swarm of bees.  According to Politico, a bee attack hit while Obama started reading "Where the Wild Things Are" to children during the annual Easter Egg Roll event. Show More Summary

NCAA Tournament 2015: Most Outstanding Player Contenders in Duke vs. Wisconsin

There are reasons cliches exist. It's not to annoy you at every turn or out someone as being wildly uncreative, either, although cliches have long been synonymous with those two things. So when someone says something akin to "legends are created in March," it's natural to roll your eyes a bit. Show More Summary

Video: Woman Calls “Kitty, Kitty, Kitty” to Wild Lynx

When it comes to human encroachment and wild animals, how close is too close? Is it enough space to let the animal feel comfortable? Is it enough space for a person to feel comfortable? And what happens if things go bad?   Those areShow More Summary

This Stroller Doubles As A Bike Seat

Because parents can use all the freedom they can get. Sometimes when I see parents in the wild, I just can't believe the amount of things they are capable of carrying. The average parent seems to me like a walking, talking version of Fibber McGee's closet—just one item away from collapsing into a clattering pile of parental bric-a-brac. Read Full Story

The Secret Lives of Bilingual Books

Many Americans are familiar with well-known mainstream children's books such as the Dr. Seuss series, Goodnight Moon and Where the Wild Things Are. But what about Americans who come from another culture, speak another language or are...Show More Summary

Death and Vanilla – Arcana

Malmö, Sweden band Death and Vanilla‘s To Where The Wild Things Are is out May... Read more »

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