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Monthly Archive for November, 2011
Even in the afterlife, ghosts like to get it on, according to an Ohio family who says they saw it first-hand in their living room and caught it on camera. Don’t worry, their local station is on the story, complete with shadowy footage, Halloween music and a host speaking by the light of a single [...] [Read More]
Groupon is offering the Groupon IPO, once valued at $40 a share, at only $16, according to a tongue-in-cheek ad at runningshoes.com. The advertising copy gushes: “Owning a piece of what Forbes deemed “the fastest growing company ever” will be akin to governing a province in the Roman Empire. People on the street? They’ll know [...] [Read More]
Mexican first division soccer team Jaguares de Chiapas has a reputation for being a forward-thinking, innovative club. That makes sense, since the club has only been in existence since 2002. Its latest bold move takes the social media craze right onto the playing field. Jaguares unveiled new jerseys on Friday that replace the names on [...] [Read More]
Attention: Your McRib sandwich is probably not good for your heart. It has 980 mg of sodium and 10 grams of saturated fat. But then we already knew that it wasn’t exactly health food. According to Time’s healthland blog, that’s not all it has: The sandwich contains 70 other ingredients. And some of those ingredients, [...] [Read More]
Kevin Durant is a star on the basketball court, no doubt. But with the NBA lockout, life was “boring” for the former UT and current Oklahoma City star. So on Monday night, Durant became one of the most famous and wealthy intramural flag football players in the history of Oklahoma State University. And, of course, [...] [Read More]