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A 10-foot alligator put up quite a fight outside a Tampa Bay home this week, and the homeowner who called authorities caught it all on video from inside the house. A student TV station from Hillsborough Community College in Tampa Bay reports that it took 45 minutes to control the large gator, which had to [...] [Read More]
Demeter Fragrances has solved a real problem for Americans: Why take a date to a sushi restaurant when you can just show up smelling like the sushi restaurant? Yes, the company has a “Sushi” cologne. Demeter doesn’t say which kind of sushi its scent is going for — California roll? Spider roll? Spicy tuna roll? [...] [Read More]
Residents of Gerritsen Beach, in Brooklyn, got an unexpected bonus from Superstorm Sandy in the form of free liquor. And instead of the town bellying up to the bar, in this case the bar bellied up to the town. The New York Post reported on the wild ride. Sandy’s force caused the bar to come [...] [Read More]
Everyone knows what pregnancy tests are used for, but you may not know that they can also detect another delicate condition – testicular cancer in men. The science of testicular cancer and pregnancy hormones is making the national news this week thanks to a Reddit post in which a man makes fun of his buddy [...] [Read More]
ABC’s Diane Sawyer spurred a flurry of Twitter jokes Tuesday night when she delivered a less-than-stellar live performance reporting on election returns. The Associated Press reports that the news veteran “spoke more slowly than usual while seeming to prop herself up on outstretched arms at the anchor desk.” She also referred to the president as [...] [Read More]
Twitter has a new top tweet after election night. At 11:16 p.m. on Election Day, President Obama’s Twitter feed posted a photo of Barack and Michelle Obama hugging each other, with the statement “Four more years.” By Wednesday morning, the post had topped 500,000 retweets, the media news site revealed. The New York Daily News [...] [Read More]
President Barack Obama has already shown himself to be savvy in using social media to advance his campaign. He took to Reddit, a popular social messaging board, earlier this year to invite readers to ask him anything. Today, he returned to Reddit to ask readers to get out and vote. I want to thank you [...] [Read More]