You’ve Been Warned! The Octomom Has Recorded Her First Single
Nadya Suleman has been doing everything she can to remain relevant in the spotlight since she earned her infamous nickname “the Octomom.” She jumped in the boxing ring. She took a twirl on the stripper pole. She even stepped in front of the camera to shoot an adult film. Now she’s back, and instead of assaulting your vision, this time she’s after your ears as well.
These Milkshakes Can Stop Your Heart Just From Looking at Them
Milkshakes might make for the ultimate summer treat but they can be among the unhealthiest. In fact, a Baskin-Robbins Oreo flavored milkshake once earned the dishonor of being dubbed the “Most Unhealthy Food in America.” The only reason it won is because these weren’t part of the submission process.
13 Pet Peeves of US Presidents
Being president of the United States might come with great power, prestige and responsibility, but it can also be a more difficult job than Robin Williams’ back hair waxer.
Many Americans Expected to Be Too Broke to File for Bankruptcy — Dollars and Sense
Some major companies and corporations such as MF Global and AMR, the parent company of American Airlines, have filed for bankruptcy. In the process, they may have, directly or not, caused some people to go bankrupt.
US Spends Most on Health Care Per Person Among Industrialized Nations — Dollars and Sense
Anyone in America who has gotten a medical bill for a CAT scan or an MRI might feel like they are paying some of the highest medical costs on the planet. That’s not an exaggeration.
Want to Go to Harvard or MIT? Now You Can with Free Online Courses
Two of America’s most prestigious universities are doing something that any other private university would consider a sign of clinical insanity. They are offering education, knowledge and enlightenment for free.
What Industry Has the Highest Unemployment Rate?
It goes without saying that times are tough, but it’s been on some than others.
5 Things You Didn’t Know About ’60 Minutes’ Correspondent Mike Wallace
Legendary ’60 Minutes’ journalist Mike Wallace died over the weekend at the age of 93. While he will best be remembered for his work on the longtime CBS newsmagazine, there are plenty of other fascinating facts about Wallace that you may not know:
12 Ways You Can Tell That You Need a New Accountant
The deadline to pay for your taxes is just a couple of weeks away and if that’s a surprise to you, perhaps you should stop reading now and start looking in the phone book for an accountant who owns a calendar (or at least gives you a free one when you pay him).
10 Things You Didn’t Know About April Fool’s Day
Every year on April 1st, office water coolers are spiked with white wine and computer mouses are glued to desks. Every year on college campuses, half empty buckets of water are placed on the top of dorm room doors and passed out bros are covered with marker ink. And throughout the world, the sound of chuckling and cackling can be heard echoing across its borders.