Monthly Archive: February, 2015

Tell Us About Yourself(ie): Rob Riggle

Kevin Winter / Getty. Chris Ritter / BuzzFeed. What's your wallpaper on your phone and/or computer? Picture of me and my wife at the Dumb & Dumber To premiere… She looked really hot… Continue reading

Can You Get Through This Post Without Saying “Seriously?!”

Seriously?! Alright, let’s start with this guy who apparently has no contact with the outside world. i.imgur.com / Via reddit.com No? What about this girl who really needs to find a new tattoo… Continue reading

This Guy Wanted A Tattoo Of Some Trees But Got A Nightmarish Hellscape Instead

Let this tattoo fail be a warning to us all. This is Didier Jacquemin. He’s just an average guy, 29 years old, living in Belgium, minding his own business. View Video › facebook.com… Continue reading

The Supreme Court & Obamacare Round II

The plaintiffs in King v. Burwell argue that federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”) are lawful only in states which have set up their own health care exchanges. This case… Continue reading

‘Adventure Time’ Is Being Turned Into A Movie! Oh My Glob!

Mathematical! The land of Ooo is now coming to a theater near you. According to Deadline, the hit Cartoon Network show “Adventure Time” is being developed by Warner Bros. as an animated feature.… Continue reading

In Praise of Bollywood on Netflix

After you’ve watched season three of House of Cards, then what? You’ve already seen most of the big or good movies on Netflix, and watching their other movies is mostly an exercise in… Continue reading

Boehner’s and Bibi’s Blunders ‘Liberate’ U.S. Foreign Policy from NeoCons

It’s all happening because I am completely ignoring every urge towards common sense and good judgment I’ve ever had–George Costanza, “Seinfeld”. President Dwight Eisenhower warned against the growing power of the military-industrial complex,… Continue reading

Republicans Shift To National Security Ahead Of 2016

By Andy Sullivan NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., Feb 28 (Reuters) – If this week was any indication, Republicans could spend much of the 2016 presidential election attacking Democrats as weak on national security, rather… Continue reading

10 Best States For Business

This story was originally published by 24/7 Wall St. While the United States was founded on the principle of equality for all people, the 50 states are decidedly unequal in providing opportunities for… Continue reading

On Alan Turing, Me and My Son

Recently, my husband and I went with a friend to see The Imitation Game. The movie is about Alan Turing, a brilliant mathematician who helped crack the secret code created by the Nazi’s… Continue reading