Voting in a presidential election is pretty exciting. And, these days, when we do something exciting we want to tell the world about it through social network sites like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
But while there may be a temptation to take a photo of your completed ballot and post it on the internet with pride, it's not a very good idea. In fact in states like Wisconsin it's a felony to let anybody else see your ballot or a photo of your ballot.
Jumping on the bed is one of the carefree rites of childhood that you probably stopped doing long before you started paying rent or a mortgage. Reuben Reynoso, an adult, makes his living jumping on mattresses.
Josh Sundquist wears a lot of hats. He's a motivational speaker, a best-selling author, a vlogger, former member of the paralympic ski team and US amputee soccer team and the founder of a social networking website for persons with amputations.
He's also a cancer survivor, and it was that disease which took his leg at age 10.
Hurricane Sandy is being called the storm of the century. Being that it is such an unique weather event, nobody is really sure the extent to which its high winds and flooding will damage the East Coast of the United States.
But we may have gotten some insight into the changes to come from a Washington, DC news broadcast. As you can see, NBC 4's cameras captured images of a shirtless horse-headed man jogging through the streets of our nation's capital.
'Little Shop of Horrors' was a 1986 music comedy about a blood-thirsty, foul-mouthed flesh-eating plant and the meek florist who raised it. With a new Blu-ray edition out that features the original, darker ending, we were wondering what the cast is up to today.
It's tough to be a teenage boy—all those raging hormones and nobody to help you with that.
But a 14-year-old in Germany figured out a way to scratch that particular itch: He decided to hit the local brothel (which are legal over there). The only problem? He didn't have enough cash to get the kind of action he was looking for. So he snatched about $3,000 worth of his mother's jewelry and pawned it for $380, enough to cover two trips to the house of ill repute for him and a friend.
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