NBC Reports the Tragic Passing of American Astronaut Neil Young
No, that headline and photo aren’t an error. It was, however, when they appeared on the NBC News website.
Go for a Ride in a Formula One Race Car Without Leaving Your Living Room
Going for a ride in a high performance race car might look like a blast, but it’s quite dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. These are powerful, fuel injected vehicles that respond to the slightest movements and reactions. One slight turn or brake can mean the different between setting a world record for the fastest lap on the Circuits of the Americas or the most compound fractures susta
18 Signs You’re at an Awful Barbecue
Grilling outdoors might seem simple since it’s the way that sub-average intelligent cavemen cooked food for themselves for years, but they’re all dead now — probably because they didn’t know that undercooked meat can cause food poisoning.
11 Signs You’re Too Old to Be Working
In the old days, if you were lucky, you worked until you turned 55, joined the ranks of the retired and scarred your grandkids for life by telling them about all the ears you collected during the big war. Now, times are tough and pensions are nothing but a distant memory. So more people are working longer and retiring later, if they even retire at all. Of course, some really should consider takin
10 Exaggerated Signs Disney Parks Are Getting Way Too Expensive
The Disney theme parks have always been expensive places, designed to suck as much money out of exasperated parents’ wallets as possible. Whoever called it “The Happiest Place on Earth” must have been referring to the people who own Disney stock. At least we got our revenge with ‘John Carter.’ Disney, however, may have gotten the last laugh.
13 Signs Facebook Is Following You a Bit Too Closely
Social technology, like Facebook, might be a great way for people to keep in touch, but it can also just as easily become a massive hindrance.
12 Signs Arsenio Hall’s New Show Will Be a Disaster
A name from television’s past may be reappearing on our screens and thankfully, it’s not ALF.
11 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘Garfield’
The newspaper might become less and less of a staple on our lawns or breakfast tables but even the youngest among us can recognize one of its most iconic and colorful stars (and we don’t mean Paul Krugman.) We’re talking about a certain lasagna-loving fat cat with a very heavy disdain for Mondays.
20 Awesome Names for ‘Chuck Norris: The Movie’
Chuck Norris is many things: a kickboxer, a martial arts master, a conservative pundit, an author, a beard wrangler, a face puncher, a small town sheriff and (above all else) a lover.
Towed Car Earns Columbus Department of Safety a $500 Billion Lawsuit
An Ohio woman took the phrase “frivolous lawsuit” to a new level with her lawsuit over her towed car. Michelle R. Mathis of Columbus, Ohio asked for $500 billion in damages from the city after they impounded her 2002 Saturn SC2.
10 Things Overheard During Facebook’s IPO Announcement
Just a few years ago, Facebook became a simple way for teenagers and old classmates to keep up with their friends while pretending to work. Now, it’s a billion dollar company with its own publicly traded stock. The announcement offered its own share of shocked faces and flabbergasted statements. Here are some things that were probably said during Facebook’s IPO announcement.
Fenway Park Offers the Most Expensive MLB Ticket — How Much Does It Cost?
It’s no secret that Boston’s historic Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark in all of Major League Baseball, but did you know it’s also the most expensive?