Monthly Archive: February, 2015

Not In Our Name

On 17 December 2014, President Barack Obama announced a change in U.S. Cuba policy and the Free Cuba Foundation feels the need to make its position clear in the following statement: The Free… Continue reading

10 Worst States To Grow Old In

This story was originally published on 24/7 Wall St. The U.S. elderly population has grown exponentially in recent decades. The number of Americans 65 and older grew from 35 million in 2000 to… Continue reading

Gorillaz Co-Creator Reportedly Confirms A Return With New Art

There’s a new reason to be happy and feeling glad. Gorillaz artist Jamie Hewlett has reportedly confirmed the animated band’s return. After posting new artwork of band members Noodle and Murdoc, Revolt reports… Continue reading

Scott Walker Takes Lead In Iowa Poll

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker surged past a crowded field of rivals to take the lead in a Bloomberg/Des Moines Register poll of prospective Republican candidates for president. In the poll, released on Saturday… Continue reading

Women Try Jeans In One Size, Different Brands

See how different brands of jeans fit

Are You A Good Speller?

Or do you just depend on autocorrect and spell-check?

21 Times Gerard Way Looked Ridiculously Good

All the Way. When he did the impossible and made chewing look sexy. Excellent chewing. When he looked perfect just sort of hanging out, all casual-like. Casual-like Gerard Way FTW. When… Continue reading

Jimmy Kimmel Reveals The True Culprits Behind The Deflated Footballs

“If you don’t believe me go f*** yourself.” In case you haven’t heard: the New England Patriots have come under fire, after it was discovered that 11 of the 12 balls they used… Continue reading

Which Movie Villain Should Be Your Drinking Companion?

Who wouldn’t want to get drinks with the Joker? Thinkstock

‘Law & Order: SVU’ To Air Episode Based On GamerGate

“Law & Order: SVU” will air an episode inspired by GamerGate. As first pointed out by The Mary Sue, the show’s Feb. 11 installment, “The Intimidation Game,” will explore the dangerous side of… Continue reading