Despite all the glitz and glam, all the lights, tinsel and gifts, the holiday season doesn’t bring cheer to the majority of Americans. According to a new survey from Poll Position, only 37 percent of 1,072 adults surveyed answered that the holidays make them happier.
San Francisco, 1849. Alaska, 1897. New York City, 2011? Is there a new gold rush in the Big Apple?
There is for Queens native Raffi Stepanian, who literally struck gold after discovering he could make up to $300 a day by ‘mining’ the sidewalks in Manhattan’s Diamond District for the tiny bits of gold, platinum and rare gems that fall from the clothes of workers when they leave their shops.
These days, the Christmas season kicks into full swing right after Thanksgiving ends, but it looks like the majority of Americans aren’t particularly thrilled with spending an entire month celebrating the holiday.
Thanks to Google StreetView, if you want to take a trip to Abbey Road all you have to do is type in the famous address and click “zoom.” That’s what the folks at the German website Whudat did, and they found that the street crossing which John, Paul, George and Ringo made famous looks fairly similar today as it did in 1969.
According to Harris Poll chairman Humphrey Taylor regarding a new survey, “The number of drivers who engage in potentially dangerous, in some cases extremely dangerous, behaviors while driving is terrifyingly high.”
It is often noted that cheerleading is one of the most dangerous sports out of there, and anybody watching the Michigan State vs Florida State college basketball game Wednesday was reminded of that when MSU cheerleader Taylor Young landed right on her head after falling backward off of a male cheerleader’s shoulders.
Guys, what’s the main problem with the bathroom? Could it be the lack of video games? A British gaming company solved this problem when it began testing a line of urinal mounted, urine-controlled video games that allow fellows to use their “joysticks” to control the action.
Dogs and cats may be in a perpetual cycle of conflict, but when it comes to who the public loves more, dogs take home the win. According to a survey by Harris Interactive, 69 percent of all pet owners have a dog, trumping the 51 percent who have a cat.
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