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by USA Today posted Jan 24 2017 11:00AM
NBC announced yesterday that Alec Baldwin will host Saturday Night Live for a record-breaking 17th time on February 11th.
The Emmy-winner has, of course, been a fixture on SNL this season due to his portrayal of President Donald Trump. While Baldwin didn't appear on this past week's Aziz Ansari-hosted episode, he did bring his impression to a Thursday rally protesting Trump's inauguration.
  • Trump himself isn't a particular fan of SNL or Baldwin's impersonation of him, having tweeted multiple times that there's "nothing funny at all" about the show and saying, "Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks."
  • Joining Baldwin for his upcoming hosting gig will be musical guest Ed Sheeran, who will be returning to SNL for the second time.
  • Kristen Stewart and Alessia Cara were announced for SNL's next new episode on February 4th.
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by TMZ posted Jan 24 2017 10:00AM
Olivia Munn wants her boyfriend, Aaron Rodgers, and his Green Bay Packers, to know she's proud of them.
On Sunday, just after the Packers lost the NFC Championship Game to the Atlanta Falcons, she took to Instagram with a heartfelt message.
  • "So proud of this team," the handwritten note read. "They faced a lot of adversity on and off the fields, but battled to get this far. THANK YOU to those of you who encouraged and supported them by choosing to put out only positive energy. It helped them get this far."
  • The off field "adversity" is likely a reference to Rodgers' family rift. He became estranged from his relatives shortly after he began dating Munn in 2014.
  • Sources revealed at the time that his family told him they didn't trust Munn, which ultimately lead to him picking her over them.
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by Admin posted Jan 24 2017 7:46AM
TED NUGENT is suggesting that MADONNA should be investigated by the Secret Service for making a "threat" to the President . . . just like he was four years ago.


At the Women's March in D.C., Madonna said she'd thought about blowing up the White House. Then she added, quote, "But I know that this won't change anything. We cannot fall into despair . . . I choose love."


In a Facebook post, Ted said, quote, "Madonna said something about wanting to blow up the White House. Oh, boy. The braindead lying Alinsky left sic'd the Secret Service on me for stating my fear of the corrupt Obama government. Bet nobody sics 'em on old, withered Madonna."


In 2012, Ted got in trouble with the Secret Service when he said, quote, "If Barack Obama becomes the president in November, again, I will either be dead or in jail by this time next year."


Like Madonna's comment, it wasn't meant literally, it was just a stupid thing to say. There are reports that the Secret Service IS looking into the Madonna thing, but there's no indication they're actually going to talk to her.


Ted met with the Secret Service . . . Obama won re-election . . . and he didn't do anything, aside from calling Obama some offensive, derogatory names . . like "chimpanzee" and a "subhuman mongrel."

by Admin posted Jan 24 2017 6:42AM
It may seem like there's not much good news out there right now . . . but you should really try to find some, and talk about it in bed tonight. Apparently it makes for spectacular foreplay.


A new study out of Gonzaga University in Washington found that when couples talk about good news in their lives or in the world before they go to bed, they have a better SEX LIFE.


It also helps people sleep better . . . which improves their overall health and can even make them live longer.


And if you're struggling to think of good news, the researchers say even small things from your day are okay . . . like telling them how you squeezed in a workout or had a good conversation with a coworker.


(Daily Mail)
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by TIME posted Jan 23 2017 11:00AM
So much to do, so little time. Good news, though, science says you may be able to train yourself to need less sleep. Jim Horne, a sleep expert and former director of the Sleep Research Centre at Loughborough University in England says it may be possible to teach yourself to sleep less. He argues the number of hours people need to sleep is more flexible from person to person and that concerns about not getting your nightly seven or eight hours are often overblown. Horne's research shows that people can cut down their regular sleep to about six hours a night, plus a short nap during the day, as long as they do it gradually. Still, Dr. Daniel Buysse, professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh and a past president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine says, "There are far more people who would like to need less sleep than who actually need less sleep." (Time)

by Admin posted Jan 23 2017 8:02AM
The police in Sioux Falls, South Dakota got an emergency call from a mall earlier this month.


There was a mysterious substance on the floor in one of the dressing rooms in a Younkers department store, and people were worried it was gasoline . . . or maybe even something worse.


The cops came to check it out, and they quickly figured out it wasn't anything dangerous . . . just SUPER gross.


Apparently someone had been trying on clothes in that dressing room, and then they had trouble squeezing back into their LEATHER PANTS . . . so they slathered on a bunch of LUBE to make it happen.


No one was arrested for the stray lube.


(Sioux Falls Argus Leader)
by Admin posted Jan 23 2017 6:15AM
If you've got a teenager whose room is legitimate SQUALOR and you're wondering how they live like that, here's one answer. They don't mind the horrible odor because they literally don't smell the horrible odor.


A new study out of Denmark found teenagers were less likely than any other age group to recognize the scent of SWEAT and body odor.


And the researchers say that could be why their rooms smell. Basically, they get used to the scent before they even fully recognize it and realize it's bad.


Teenagers were also the least likely to recognize the scent of soap.


So what CAN they smell? Food . . . and not healthy food. Teenagers were more likely than adults to recognize the scent of Coke, ketchup, cookies, cotton candy, marshmallows, and candy bars.


(Daily Mail)
by Robbie Daniels posted Jan 20 2017 11:53AM
Gavin Polone, the producer of the upcoming A Dog's Purpose, was horrified by a video from the film's set showing a German Shepherd being forced to film a water scene.
"I'm horrified by this..It was someone's job to watch out for this kind of thing. Why didn't they?" he said yesterday.
  • Josh Gad, who lent his voice for the movie, took to Twitter to tell his followers that although he wasn't on set while the movie was being filmed, he was "shaken and sad to see any animal put in a situation against its will."
  • PETA has released a statement urging moviegoers to boycott the film, along with "any other movies that use live animals."
  • The American Humane Association also addressed the video, saying that their representative who was on set during production has been placed on "administrative leave."
CHECK IT OUT:
Read the Full Report of the Alleged Mistreatment: http://eonli.ne/2jdwi9c
Watch a Recording of the Alleged Abuse:
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by Admin posted Jan 20 2017 7:59AM
The Pittsburgh Steelers play New England in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday . . . but at the moment they have a lot of players struggling with the FLU.


According to reports, as many as 15 players have come down with the bug, although coach Mike Tomlin says, quote, "We'll be there, we'll be ready to play, this is just part of normal things that happen over the course of a season."


The Patriots have a reputation for doing whatever it takes to gain a competitive advantage, a.k.a. CHEATING. So it's not surprising that there's talk on social media that they might have INTENTIONALLY sent Pittsburgh the flu.


Someone even said that they might have weaponized the bug . . . by somehow having the Steelers' locker room swabbed with the virus without them knowing it.


Obviously, that's pretty over the top. And I'm not sure how many people SERIOUSLY believe something like that actually happened. But at this point, would you really be surprised if it was true?
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Location : New EnglandPittsburgh
People : Mike Tomlin
by Admin posted Jan 20 2017 6:18AM

DONALD TRUMP is promising to make America great for ALL Americans. And he can prove his sincerity to the LGBT community tonight . . . by DANCING WITH CAITLYN JENNER. (???)

The "New York Post" claims that his advisers are prodding him to dance with Caitlyn at his inaugural celebration.

A source says, quote, "The image of Trump dancing with Caitlyn would send a strong message that he supports gay rights and trans rights. A picture is worth a thousand tweets."

As awesome as that sounds, it's probably not true. Caitlyn's rep says, quote, "This is a ridiculous story. There have been no discussions about who Caitlyn will or won't dance with, or if she will dance at all.

"I can't deal in hypotheticals and have no idea what any Trump aids hope happens. Of course, [the] real question is if they danced, who would lead?"

Whatever the case, Caitlyn arrived in Washington yesterday.

by Admin posted Jan 19 2017 2:45PM
Attention Iron Maiden fans, the band is coming to the Twin Cities this summer! Check out the details HERE
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by Admin posted Jan 19 2017 11:57AM
2017 has Vikings fans wondering if Adrian Peterson will remain with the team or move on? It's not all his decision though. Does the team want to pick up the remaining $17million left on his contract? Bring him back on a more team friendly deal? Or, cut him completely and use that money in free agency? While both parties mull it over Adrian Peterson recently shared his wishlist of teams if it is indeed time to move on. Check out who they are HERE
by CNN MONEY posted Jan 19 2017 11:00AM
McDonald's is continuing to tinker with its menu, now launching bigger and smaller versions of its iconic Big Mac. The Grand Mac is for people who want an ever bigger burger, adding more meat to the two beef patties for a total of one-third of a pound of beef. The Mac Jr. is for people who want something smaller. It has just one larger beef patty instead of two and gets rid of the middle bun. This is the latest innovation from Steve Easterbrook since becoming CEO in 2015. Others he's experimented with include self-order kiosks, mobile pay, updated interior design, table service, and the all-day breakfast menu, which has been very popular and helped drive higher revenue and profits.

by Admin posted Jan 19 2017 8:22AM
Want to make over $100,000-a-year playing with Legos? You actually might be able to pull it off . . . but you'll have to hustle and probably do a LOT of lying on your resume.


The University of Cambridge in England is looking for a "Professor of Lego" to study Legos, figure out ways to incorporate them into education, and analyze the role of Legos and other toys in kids' lives worldwide.


But there are two catches. One, the deadline to apply is tomorrow. And two, they're looking for someone with an, quote, "outstanding research record of international stature and vision, leadership, experience, and enthusiasm."


(BBC)
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by Admin posted Jan 19 2017 6:23AM
Suck it South Dakota.

If you really want to do right by your family, put 'em in a moving van and head to North Dakota. Sure, it's the coldest place in the continental United States, but you'll be able to afford 17 furnaces with all the money you'll save.


WalletHub.com just released their results of a study that ranked the states from the best place to raise a family to the worst.


The rankings are based on things like schools . . . home prices . . . jobs . . . activities . . . health care . . . child care . . . and crime.


The 10 best states for raising a family in 2017 are: North Dakota . . . New Hampshire . . . Vermont . . . Minnesota . . . Nebraska . . . Massachusetts . . . New Jersey . . . Iowa . . . Connecticut . . . and South Dakota.


And the 10 worst are: New Mexico . . . Mississippi . . . Louisiana . . . Nevada . . . Alaska . . . Arizona . . . Georgia . . . West Virginia . . . Alabama . . . and South Carolina.


(WalletHub)
by The Doctors posted Jan 18 2017 11:00AM
During an appearance on The Doctors, Lamar Odom spoke candidly about his 2015 drug overdose in Nevada. The former NBA star said that his addiction was so bad that he was "basically committing suicide." He said, "I wasn't in a good place mentally before that incident happened. My wife at the time ... we were going through some things and I was in a dark place."
Lamar also admitted that he wants Khloe Kardashian back. When asked how he'd like his life to be moving forward, he said....WATCH THE VIDEO CLIP NOW:

by Robbie Daniels posted Jan 18 2017 10:00AM
Chelsea Handler is blaming the Kardashian family for Donald Trump's election as President, noting that America is becoming its own reality show thanks to Trump's celebrity status.
"They were treating him as an entertainer first. It was a reality show. We've turned into a reality show. I blame the Kardashians, personally; the beginning of the end was the Kardashians," Handler told Variety.
  • "The way these people have blown up and don't go away — it's surreal. Everyone is for sale."
  • She even went as far to say that she hoped Trump would be impeached.
  • "It's becoming clearer what a sociopath he is," she said. "I think our job as entertainers — or my job — is to reach across and figure out the people who are so disenchanted that they voted for him, and try to find some common ground."
CHECK IT OUT:
Chelsea Handler on Donald Trump & the Kardashians: http://bit.ly/2juMWnA

by Admin posted Jan 18 2017 8:29AM

There have been several studies that have found people who drink coffee live longer . . . but none of them quite figured out WHY.

Some scientists at Stanford University just wrapped up a study on the link between coffee and longevity . . . and they think they've finally got the answer.

As we get older, one of the biggest things that affects our health is inflammation. It brings on the effects of aging, it hurts our overall health, and it can lead to things like Alzheimer's, heart attacks, and hypertension.

But the chemical compounds in coffee help protect against inflammation . . . so if you drink a few cups a day, it really can make a huge difference in your health, especially as you get older.

(Medical News Today)

by Admin posted Jan 18 2017 7:09AM
Last year, GWYNETH PALTROW expounded on the virtues of having one's VAGINA STEAMED.


Not all the medical experts were in her corner on that one . . . but that isn't stopping her from suggesting MORE improvements to a lady's downtown dining and entertainment district.


She's got an item on her Goop website called the Jade Egg. It's a polished stone in the shape of an egg and you carry it with you in your purse. Your LADY PURSE. And you know what I'm talking about.

So what are the benefits of this insanity? The website says, quote, "Fans say regular use increases chi, orgasms, vaginal muscle tone, hormonal balance, and feminine energy in general."


It costs $66, and while it's currently sold out at Goop, these things aren't new. You can find them all over the place. Just Google "Jade Egg" or "Yoni Egg" . . . "yoni" being an ancient name for the lady purse dealio.
by Admin posted Jan 17 2017 3:22PM
Motley Crue's Vince Neil kicked some major ass on the most recent episode of The New Celebrity Apprentice raising over $750,000 towards his charity. It didn't hurt either who some of his big investors were ha, check who they are HERE
by Robbie Daniels posted Jan 17 2017 10:00AM

If you haven't seen this yet, here ya go! It is one big gator!








by Admin posted Jan 17 2017 8:09AM
Last year,OPRAH WINFREY told us about how she loves bread. But there's something she loves even more . . . SOUP. And not any particular kind apparently, just soup in general.


Her love affair with soup started back when she was a poor kid. She saw all the rich, little white kids eating it. She says, quote, "[I was thinking] 'Oh gosh, little white boys get soup from their moms.' I really did.


"And I thought, 'Gee, if my mom could only serve me soup' . . . I associated that soup as a love thing . . . my world would be perfect, and we'd all live happily ever after as the credits rolled if my mom would ladle up a great big bowl of Campbell's soup just for me." But that was "out of the question."


Her mom was so poor that Oprah had to pour grape Kool-Aid over her cereal because they couldn't afford milk. Of course, Oprah is less broke now. She has $2.9 billion . . . probably enough to buy up all the soup in the world.


Now, she has a big bowl of soup almost every day for lunch . . . and her new cookbook "Food, Health, and Happiness", starts off with 19 soup recipes. She says, quote, "Whoever you are, wherever you're from, there's no denying it: Soup is love."
by Admin posted Jan 17 2017 6:06AM
January 8th would have been ELVIS PRESLEY's 82nd birthday. And as usual, there was a birthday celebration at Graceland in Memphis. But the most surprising guest of all that day was . . . ELVIS HIMSELF.


There's a picture from the festivities where you can see a burly guy with a white beard and mustache. He's wearing a baseball hat and sunglasses. And people think he's actually The King.


There's a Facebook page called Evidence Elvis Presley is Alive . . . because of course there is . . . and when the picture was posted there, a lot of people decided that this guy is exactly what Elvis would look like if he were alive today.


They also think there are security guards in the background keeping tabs on him. Obviously, the real Elvis would travel with protection . . . you know, just in case somebody saw through his elaborate disguise of hat and sunglasses.


And as long as we're pointing out how silly all of this is, I say this man is nowhere near 82 anyway.
Is this man Elvis? Some fans think so
by Robbie Daniels posted Jan 16 2017 10:00AM
The upcoming episode of Urban Myths that featured Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson has been pulled following outcry from Jackson's family.
"We have taken the decision not to broadcast Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon...in light of the concerns expressed by Michael Jackson's immediate family," Sky Arts said in a statement.
  • "We set out to take a lighthearted look at reportedly true events and never intended to cause any offense."
  • The decision came days after the release of the anthology series' first trailer featuring Fiennes' portrayal of Jackson.
  • A day later, the late singer's daughter Paris tweeted her disapproval.
  • Upon learning of the decision to cancel, she said: "i'm surprised the family's feelings were actually taken into consideration for once, we all really do appreciate it more than y'all know."
CHECK IT OUT:
Paris Jackson Reacts to TV Show Cancellation:
i'm surprised the family's feelings were actually taken into consideration for once, we all really do appreciate it more than y'all know. https://t.co/MdOZgP3tD7
— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) January 13, 2017


by Admin posted Jan 16 2017 8:00AM
According to a psychologist, today is the most DEPRESSING day of the year. But I assure you, it has nothing to do with it being Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The psychologist who's saying it's depressing is British, NOT racist.


Dr. Cliff Arnall figured out that the most depressing day of the year always falls on a Monday in January, and this year, it's today.


The formula is based on a bunch of factors, including:


The weather . . . the glow from the holidays wearing off . . . people failing on their New Year's resolutions . . . people realizing how much debt they racked up in December . . . and the amount of time until we go on vacation again.


Did hearing all of that make you MORE bummed out than you were before? This most depressing day thing can kind of be a self-fulfilling prophecy, huh?


(Daily Dot)
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by Admin posted Jan 13 2017 8:13AM
A couple named David and Jennifer Butler got married last Saturday near Punta Gorda, Florida. And the ceremony was great, but the reception . . . not so much.
Jennifer's maid of honor was a 35-year-old friend named Amanda Willis, who immediately got HAMMERED. She started chugging a bottle of Fireball, and was already drunk about 20 minutes in.
Then she started asking for people's keys . . . grabbed the best man's keys out of his pocket . . . and tried to drive off in his car.
She almost hit him in the parking lot while she was backing up. Then he hung onto the door . . . got dragged through the parking lot . . . and had to pull the emergency brake to stop her.
Other guests had to wrestle her out of the car. Then she went back into the reception . . . started chugging a bottle of Captain Morgan . . . and punched a guy in the FACE.
When the cops got there, she pretended to have a seizure. So they took her to a hospital where she exposed herself, attacked two EMTs, and kicked over a bedpan.
It turns out she's been arrested at least eight other times and was on probation. She's been charged with battery, larceny, and grand theft auto. And Jennifer says they're NOT friends anymore.
(WBBH)
(Here's her mugshot and some wedding photos.)
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by Admin posted Jan 12 2017 6:38AM
I was thinking maybe new parents this year would reverse the recent trends and go back to more basic, traditional names. But . . . NOPE. Babies are going to get crazier names than ever.


The writers at Nameberry.com just released their predictions for the 100 hottest baby names of this year, based on the trends they've been spotting.


Now, there are a FEW benign names that made the list, like Dylan, Emilia, Remy, Sadie, Sasha, and Simone. But once you get past those, things get a little stranger.


One big trend they're seeing is old-fashioned names making a comeback. Their list includes Amos, Baxter, Beatrice, Birdie, Clara, Esther, Frank, Goldie, Gus, Isadora, Lionel, Monty, Otis, Ozzie, Quincy, Ray, Reuben, Ruth, Tallulah, Vera, and Winston.


There are also some pop culture inspired names, like Archer, Arrow, Bowie, Thor, and Zelda.


And, of course, there are some that are just as crazy as possible, like Calliope, Echo, Indigo, Keziah, Lachlan, Loxley, McCoy, Osiris, Saskia, and Zinnia.


(Today)
by Admin posted Jan 11 2017 8:00AM
"Delete your account" has become the ultimate Twitter burn. When somebody Tweets something stupid, there's no better way to shut them down. HILLARY CLINTON even got massive re-Tweets when she told DONALD TRUMP to do it.


Well, it turns out Hillary had her finger on the pulse of America, because a new poll shows that most of us want Donald to LITERALLY delete his account.


According to the poll from Quinnipiac University, 64% of voters think he should close his account. And among the 18 to 34 crowd, it's 71%.


It was even close with Republicans. Less than half of Republicans want him to keep on Tweeting . . . 49%. But only 45% say he should stop. Apparently, 6% don't care.


American voters, especially young voters, say 64 - 32 percent that Trump should close his personal Twitter account. Republicans say 49 - 45 percent Trump should keep his Twitter account. Voters in every other party, gender, age and racial group say close the account. Voters 18 to 34 years old say 71 - 26 percent that Trump should close the Twitter account, higher than any other age group.

"140 characters may not be enough to tell Donald Trump just how much Americans want him to knock off the tweeting," Malloy said (in less than 140 characters).

"While the president-elect argues his missives inform, many say stow the phone."
by Admin posted Jan 11 2017 6:29AM
Heres The Report In Full https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.fjXzKpwEo#.anMlGaR7K


Bizarre new allegations about DONALD TRUMP's ties to Russia surfaced yesterday. Classified documents that were presented to both Trump and PRESIDENT OBAMA last week hit the Internet. And it's wild stuff.

It's completely unverified at this point, but at least some of it supposedly comes from a British intelligence officer who's considered credible. Our people are looking into it as we speak.

The report says that Russia has a lot of incriminating info on Trump, which they'd gathered over a period of several years. But of course they kept it quiet, and instead coordinated with his campaign to release damaging intel on HILLARY CLINTON.

There's one allegation that's truly insane, and not for sensitive ears. Supposedly, Trump once booked the presidential suite at Moscow's Ritz-Carlton Hotel, specifically requesting a room where the Obamas had stayed.

(Careful!) Then he hired a group of Russian prostitutes to perform a, quote, "golden showers show" right there in front of him, on the bed the Obamas had slept in. (???)

Obviously, Twitter is having a field day with this.

Donald has already Tweeted his denial. He called it "fake news" and a "total political witch hunt."

There was another embarrassing moment for Trump yesterday, when the guy putting together his inauguration denied the need for big celebrities.


He said, quote, "What we've done instead of trying to surround him with what people consider A-listers is we are going to surround him with the SOFT SENSUALITY of the place."


But hey, on the plus side, some of that "soft sensuality" may come from CAITLYN JENNER, who has reportedly accepted an invitation to the inauguration.
by Admin posted Jan 11 2017 6:19AM
Scroll to the bottom for the meat and potatos (haha) report..

Bizarre new allegations about DONALD TRUMP's ties to Russia surfaced yesterday. Classified documents that were presented to both Trump and PRESIDENT OBAMA last week hit the Internet. And it's wild stuff.


It's completely unverified at this point, but at least some of it supposedly comes from a British intelligence officer who's considered credible. Our people are looking into it as we speak.


The report says that Russia has a lot of incriminating info on Trump, which they'd gathered over a period of several years. But of course they kept it quiet, and instead coordinated with his campaign to release damaging intel on HILLARY CLINTON.


There's one allegation that's truly insane, and not for sensitive ears. Supposedly, Trump once booked the presidential suite at Moscow's Ritz-Carlton Hotel, specifically requesting a room where the Obamas had stayed.


Then he hired a group of Russian prostitutes to perform a, quote, "golden showers show" right there in front of him, on the bed the Obamas had slept in. (???)


Obviously, Twitter is having a field day with this.

Donald has already Tweeted his denial. He called it "fake news" and a "total political witch hunt."

There was another embarrassing moment for Trump yesterday, when the guy putting together his inauguration denied the need for big celebrities.

He said, quote, "What we've done instead of trying to surround him with what people consider A-listers is we are going to surround him with the SOFT SENSUALITY of the place."


But hey, on the plus side, some of that "soft sensuality" may come from CAITLYN JENNER, who has reportedly accepted an invitation to the inauguration.

Heres the Report~ https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3259984-Trump-Intelligence-Allegations.html
by Admin posted Jan 10 2017 8:00AM
There's a good chance you're one of the millions of people who made a New Year's resolution to get in better shape this year. There's ALSO a good chance you're already realizing your plan to hit the gym five days a week is DOOMED.


But here's some good news. According to a new study out of Loughborough University in England, you only need to work out two days a week to get the basic health benefits of exercise and lower your risk of DROPPING DEAD.


The researchers say you need to do 75 minutes of hard exercise or 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week to lower your chances of dying from heart disease by 40% and your chances of dying from cancer by 18%.


So if you just hit the gym hard for around 35 minutes two days a week, that could be enough.


Now . . . when it comes to other goals, like getting a six pack or losing weight, those will take more time and effort. But if you just want to change from being totally sedentary to somewhat healthy, two days of exercise can cut it.


(FOX 5 - San Diego)



Originally posted on January 10th, 2017
by Admin posted Jan 9 2017 5:28PM
If you think about it with hunting, outdoor firing ranges, military training facilities there is a lot of bullet shells that get fired but don't get cleaned up after and essentially become bad for the environment and wildlife. Luckily the Department Of Defense wants to turn those shells into plants but they need your ideas! Check out the details HERE
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by USA Today posted Jan 9 2017 10:00AM

Hugh Laurie accepts the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited Series or TV Movie at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2017/01/08/hugh-laurie-acceptance-speech-golden-globes/96329040/

by Admin posted Jan 9 2017 6:53AM
I can't agree with any of this woman's decisions, but I DO wish I loved anything as much as she loves just kicking back and enjoying a beer.


The cops in Newberry Township, Pennsylvania tried to pull over a woman for drunk driving last week. But she took off, and they eventually cornered her 2011 Subaru Outback against the Susquehanna River.


At least they THOUGHT they'd cornered her. But she gunned it, drove right into the river . . . and then kept on DRINKING HER BEER inside her car as she floated away.


The fire department eventually managed to tow her back to the shore.


They took her to the hospital to get checked out, and she hasn't been charged yet, but I'm sure plenty of charges are coming soon.


(York Daily Record)
by Admin posted Jan 6 2017 3:15PM
Hate trying to chug down a 12 ouncer in a five minute shower? Good news, there's shower beer! What the hell is that you ask? Find out HERE
by Admin posted Jan 6 2017 8:07AM
Since emojis have become one of the most important parts of communication, I guess we should keep up on what's popular.


A massive new study by the University of Michigan just figured out the most popular emoji in the world is . . . the "tears of joy" face. That's the yellow face with the huge smile and tears coming out of both eyes, in case you don't know. It's also the most popular emoji in the U.S.


It's SO popular that we use it almost three times more than any other emoji.


The rest of the five most popular emojis in the United States are: The "kissing face" that has a heart right next to the mouth . . . the face with hearts for eyes . . . the face that's smiling and blushing . . . and the red heart.


The study also found that about 9% of all the texts we send contain at least one emoji. And women are twice as likely to use an emoji as men.


(Daily Mail)
by Admin posted Jan 6 2017 6:45AM
A guy named Richard Christianson from Laveen, Arizona posted a photo on Facebook on New Year's Day, and it's going viral because people can't quite figure out what it is.


The photo shows a large, shadowy figure that appears to have WINGS standing on the street. Is it a DEMON? Or an ANGEL? People aren't sure. It also might be a palm tree, which is the most logical answer, but also the least fun.


(AZ Family)


(Here's the photo.)
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Location : ArizonaLaveen
by Admin posted Jan 6 2017 6:07AM
We're less than a week into the New Year . . . which means there's a decent chance you've already failed at your New Year's resolution. So here are four tips to help you get back on track . . .


1. Ease into it this time. One of the biggest mistakes people make is jumping in and trying to change everything all at once. You're more likely to succeed if you ease into a plan.


2. Set small goals along the way. If you set your goals too high, your first slip-up will feel like a huge failure and you'll quit because you're discouraged. Instead, set smaller goals, like telling yourself you'll go for a walk after dinner three times this week.


3. Sleep. We all know sleep is important for our health. The problem for most of us is making it a priority when we already feel like there aren't enough hours in the day.


Here's how to fix that: set a goal for the time you want to go to bed each night, and take the hour before that time to get ready, whether that means turning the lights down and your screens off, putting your kids to bed, or reading a book.


4. Hydrate. A 2016 study from the University of Illinois found that just drinking two to three extra glasses of water a day can help prevent you from eating more than 200 calories. So if you're trying to lose weight, drink up.


(Huffington Post)
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by MASHABLE posted Jan 5 2017 10:00AM
BlackBerry's back — again.
In a CES news release, Chinese tech giant TCL's mobile branch, TCL Communications Technology (TCT) announced it's planning on reinvigorating the classic smartphone brand for 2017.

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by Admin posted Jan 5 2017 8:00AM
I wish we had a picture of this woman's engagement ring . . . so every guy out there could know exactly what NOT to buy.


A 25-year-old woman named Enrevie Bendejo from Fernandina Beach, Florida got engaged to her boyfriend over Christmas.


But apparently she wasn't thrilled with the ring he gave her . . . and on Monday, they argued about it all day. Things escalated to the point where she decided to break up with him.


And then she grabbed a two-by-four off the front porch that had some nails sticking out of it . . . and HIT him with it. She also bit him on the arm and punched him in the face.


She was arrested and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. There's no word on whether the engagement is still on . . . although I'm thinking the bad ring isn't their biggest issue.


(CBS 47 - Jacksonville / Florida Times-Union)
by Admin posted Jan 4 2017 2:43PM
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, the man that has changed social media and well life in general for that matter wants to do some traveling in 2017, to every state! He wants to meet folks like us and hear what we have to say. Hmmm gearing up for a futurepolitical career, maybe. Check out his plans HERE
by Admin posted Jan 4 2017 8:15AM
Scientists just proved one of life's cruelest pieces of irony: You're the MOST attractive to hot women when you can't do anything about it . . . because you're already locked down with one.


A study from Texas Christian University found that when a guy has an attractive girlfriend or wife, other women instantly find him more desirable . . . and also believe he is more intelligent, honest, funny, rich, romantic, ambitious, and generous.


There's really nothing you can do about it, though . . . because if you end your current relationship to try to date those women who now think you're a catch, they won't have those positive feelings about you anymore as a single guy.


(PsyPost)
by Admin posted Jan 4 2017 6:45AM
You know, if you were REALLY devoted to your New Year's resolutions, you'd relocate immediately to keep them.


WalletHub.com just ranked the 150 biggest cities in the country from the best place for keeping your resolutions to the worst. It's based on how well each city can help you with the most popular New Year's resolutions . . .


That includes cities with lots of gyms and health food stores to help people lose weight . . . a strong job market for people looking to switch careers . . . and low smoking and binge drinking rates for people looking to cut back on their bad habits.


The 10 best cities for keeping your New Year's resolutions are: Salt Lake City . . . San Francisco . . . Scottsdale, Arizona . . . Seattle . . . Plano, Texas . . . Overland Park, Kansas . . . Atlanta . . . Irvine, California . . . Austin, Texas . . . and San Jose, California.


And the 10 worst cities are: Detroit . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . Augusta, Georgia . . . Shreveport, Louisiana . . . Baltimore . . . Jackson, Mississippi . . . North Las Vegas, Nevada . . . San Bernardino, California . . . Toledo, Ohio . . . and Philadelphia.


(WalletHub)
by Youtube posted Jan 3 2017 11:00AM
Published on Dec 29, 2016
The first time you see Planet Earth from space, it's stunning; when you've spent 534 days in space—more than any other American—it still is! On his most recent trip the International Space Station NASA astronaut Jeff Williams used an Ultra High Definition video camera that he pointed at the planet 250 miles below; here he shares some of those images, and talks about the beauty of the planet, the variety of things to see, and the value of sharing that perspective with everyone who can't go to orbit in person.


by Admin posted Jan 3 2017 8:00AM

You probably use your phone when you're on the toilet . . . and in the process, it's getting BLASTED with all sorts of disgusting particles and germs. So one cell phone company in Japan just came up with a solution.


They've started installing dispensers with special TOILET PAPER for wiping your phone screen at the airport in Tokyo. Apparently the wipes help disinfect your screen to make everything a little less filthy and more sanitary.


There's no word on whether they're planning on expanding to more locations, or if the wipes could find their way over here.


(Huffington Post)

by Admin posted Jan 3 2017 6:43AM
No idea id ISIS was REALLY behind this, but it sounds good.

Nevertheless, it took less than one full day before 2017 ALREADY had its first major selfie injury.


A 41-year-old woman named Muriel Benetulier from France was visiting Thailand over the holidays. And when she was hiking through a national park on New Year's Day, she decided to crouch down next to a crocodile for a selfie.


But . . . it promptly bit her leg, and she was rushed to the hospital where she's still recovering from her injuries.


(Bangkok Post)
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