Wii U news has been grim for the longest time, to the point where new releases for the struggling console surprise me. Not a great situation to be in. That said, I expect a levee to break at some point and, above all, I will always anticipate whatever Nintendo brings to its own console. Show More Summary
Anyone else do the Friday-Sunday shifts? I have a new job that I really like. But it’s retail, so that means for the foreseeable future, my answer to the “what are you doing this weekend?” question will always be the same. I’m working. Open to close on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. I don’t mind, though. [...]
How will rainfall patterns across the tropical Indian and Pacific regions change in a future warming world? Climate models generally suggest that the tropics as a whole will get wetter, but the models don't always agree on where rainfall...Show More Summary
To me, this failed Afghanistan law just a really, really thinly veiled attempt to keep women submissive and quiet. And this is one of the huge reasons I am an atheist, because religion has been and always will be a seemingly valid excuse for humans to do really horrible things to one another. Show More Summary
It (finally) appears the stigmas once associated with self and indie-publishing are disappearing, or at least waning – though in some cases there are new ones arising and there will always be naysayers. Let me clarify that while I think there are pros and cons to traditional publishing, self publishing and Indie publishing alike, I [...]
To some, it always will be the Factory of Sadness. To the rest of the world, it no longer will be Cleveland Browns Stadium. According to FOX 8 in Cleveland, the signs at the stadium where the Browns play are being removed, to be replaced with the new, corporate-purchased title: FirstEnergy Stadium. The Browns have…
Nothing speaks for the zeitgeist more than pastries, and there’s always been a vaguely “This is what will make you a Lady at last!!!11” air about them: The Great Cupcake Craze of 2005, for instance, when you may as well have been an asexual cave-dweller until you paid $50 for a single treat at Magnolia. Show More Summary
The NASCAR All-Star race always offers an exciting change of pace from the weekly points race. The 2013 edition should be no different. Because the race isn't for points, there's a real winner-takes-all mentality that will make the action all the more intense. Show More Summary
This summer, the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis will put on a stage production of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. As they always say: it’s all fun and games until you cast Vincent Kartheiser as Mr. Darcy. Related posts: It’s Darcy,...Show More Summary
As pointed out in our recent post on Where We Will Find Solutions to our Supply Management Problems, Denmark may have taken fourth place overall in the Global Creativity Index, but it was only 14th in tolerance. Let's hope it remembers...Show More Summary
Even when traveling alone, there will always be other travelers, or at least someone to talk to along the way.
Carl Edwards will start first in Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. All-Star qualifying is always different than a standard best of two laps run for a points race with each driver's run including three laps and a four tire pit stop. Show More Summary
Lebron James is now generally acknowledged as the greatest basketball player in the game today. He is also arguably one of the greatest of all time. Here's looking to a future that always has his basketball greatness matched by moral greatness.
"Small Businesses have always formed the backbone of the American economy. These entrepreneurial pioneers embody the spirit of possibility, the tireless work ethic, and the simple hope for something better that lies at the heart of the...Show More Summary
More Philip Seymour Hoffman, less Matt Damon.
One of the coolest (“always start on a lie” is the blogger’s code) parts about the 24 hour entertainment blog “news” cycle is how often questions will be asked of celebrities specifically to report the question as fact if the celebrity gives anything other than a “no” answer. You know? Like, “Jennifer Aniston, will there [...]
This weekend, take your DIY skills beyond the craft room into your living room! Always on the lookout for new ways to spruce up our space, we found homemade projects that will freshen up your digs in no time. Whether you're looking to fill your walls with art or add a few custom pillows, let your creativity roll with it. Show More Summary
I always thought rodeo clowns were like the cheerleaders of rodeos, just there to distract the bulls when riders fall and then keep the crowd entertained in between events. However, it turns out that they actually have rodeo clown competitions at rodeos now. They call such events “freestyle bullfighting,” but basically they’re just guys dressed [...]
The Celebrity Apprentice's sixth season concludes Sunday, and it may be easy to tell who which of the final two celebrities will win the prize for their charity: that's because Donald Trump has always chosen the celebrity sitting onShow More Summary
Embark on a journey that will forever change your relationship with food and spending. Food has always been the black hole of spending for me. I cook at home daily, and believe that good food is a necessary part of our lives. But I also know the reality of our bank account, and spending $200-300 [...]Show More Summary