In reading this article, I have reason to believe that it's credible. Maybe not if you're shot six times in the head, but in most circumstances, it takes several minutes for neurons to die off from lack of oxygen.
Monday, Jul 22nd 2019 (3:33am)
So you have your issues with Citizens United v Federal Elections Commission, and the SCOTUS decision in 2010? Perhaps the real issue is corporate personhood. How did this decision come about? Read on...
Sunday, Jul 21st 2019 (12:00am)
The Greatest Generation bravely fought the horrors of World War II in order to bring about lasting peace across Europe and the rest of the world. The baby boomers grew up in the post-war period and shaped the world as we know it by pledging allegiance to the American dream.
But millennials, whose birth years span from roughly 1980 to 1996, aren’t content with doing things just because “that’s how they’ve always been done.” Here’s a guide to all the industries, products and institutions millennials are killing off.
Friday, Jul 19th 2019 (12:00am)
(and you can't opt out)
Did you ever wonder how you get on spam lists, robocaller lists, mailing lists, and the like?
Your state may be like Florida, who could not pass up the $77 million that they made last year by selling such information to data brokers.
Thursday, Jul 18th 2019 (12:00am)
If you enjoyed Yakko (the singing student) perform the states, countries of the world, and the alphabet, you will love this clip.
From Monday night's episode, which is pretty amazing, considering President Trump's tweets regarding the four congresswomen to "Go back home to your countries" occurred just this past weekend. Warner Brothers must have had their animators burning the midnight oil.
The first 22 seconds are live footage, setting up the animated sequence.
Tuesday, Jul 16th 2019 (5:18pm)
This is from a couple of years ago but a very nice read about sports collectibles
Almost every weekday morning, one of my new friends at the wonderful coffee house where I do a lot of my work, the Brooklyn Commune in my Windsor Terrace neighborhood, folds his New York Times up in a small square to work on the crossword puzzle. We talk current baseball— both of us are long-suffering Mets fans— and baseball history. He’s old enough to have grown up in Harlem, a 15-minute bus trip from the Polo Grounds, watching Willie Mays play in his prime— baseball’s equivalent of watching Michelangelo paint the Sistine Chapel.
A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned to Howard (he asked that I not divulge his real name) my Forbes beat and his eyes lit up. Going through his great aunt’s papers years ago, he told me that he came across a letter to her and her family from Babe Ruth written in 1947 while he was in the hospital fighting the cancer that would claim his life the following year.
Tuesday, Jul 16th 2019 (12:01am)
Everyone wants to feel represented and it looks like many artists nowadays are on a mission to make everyone feel included.
Kay Black, aka Kay Customz, creates unique custom-made dolls inspired by real people. Her newest, beautiful creations are amazing dolls with vitiligo. The artist paints the skin of her dolls with intricate patterns inspired by images of women and girls who have this condition and creates different styles fitting each doll.
Monday, Jul 15th 2019 (12:00am)
Rails, waterways, pipes, bridges, airports, electricity, even the internet – America is falling apart.
Whatever happened to all those politicians (both sides of the aisle) who promised an infrastructure bill?
Sunday, Jul 14th 2019 (12:18am)
When people think of the Earth’s largest organisms, they usually imagine whales, elephants, and dinosaurs. Turns out though that the largest organisms on Earth aren’t animals at all, but a species of humungous fungus that lives right beneath our feet.
Saturday, Jul 13th 2019 (8:20am)
The rude liar-in-chief keeps the hits rolling.
You can agree with his policies as much as you like. You cannot deny that he is both a liar and rude.
Thursday, Jul 11th 2019 (11:15am)
Capt. Kirk (John Belushi), Spock (Chevy Chase) and Dr. McCoy (Dan Aykroyd) encounter network executives (Elliott Gould, Garrett Morris) who announce Star Trek is cancelled. Aired 05/29/76
Wednesday, Jul 10th 2019 (12:44am)
Ross Perot, the former presidential candidate, has died at the age of 89.
Perot’s death on July 9th was first reported by the Dallas Morning News. Their report said that Perot died after a five-month long battle with leukemia.
Tuesday, Jul 9th 2019 (7:31am)
The creationist responsible for Kentucky's Ark Encounter - a museum set inside a replica of the Biblical Noah's Ark - is warning children about the dangers posed by libraries.
Sunday, Jul 7th 2019 (12:00am)
Meet Patsy Gibbons, an Irishman from County Kilkenny, Ireland. He’s dad to Grainne and Minnie. Gibbons found the foxes abandoned as pups and, worried for their survival, nursed them back to health.
Saturday, Jul 6th 2019 (8:49am)
An eagle owl named Kaln lived for 23 years at a sanctuary in Gloucester, England. For that whole length of time, its handlers thought it was a male. Then, according to Vincent Jones, founder and trustee of the sanctuary, it laid an egg.
Saturday, Jun 29th 2019 (2:56am)
I'm not sure if I feel sorrow for transgenders or perhaps joy for them and their ability to express themselves these days.
How many centuries did these people have to live in the shadows? We can learn a lot from other cultures, if we only pay attention.
Thursday, Jun 27th 2019 (1:54am)
Orville, The: The Complete First Season (2017)
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