Austin man’s ad for romance hits every Misogynistic note

Austin’s Larry Busby is a wedding photographer, but he’s just moonlighting for his real profession: a love-starved, Whites-only stud muffin. Busby posted an ad on his website “Sleepless in Austin” for a girlfriend, offering a $1,500 finders fee.  He also offered a $1,000 bonus if this future girlfriend turned into a future spouse. Did I  

Steve Jobs’ childhood home to get historical status — maybe

The hometown of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is looking to honor the late tech guru by preserving his childhood house as a historical site. But the plan, or at least the way it’s being rolled out, is not sitting well with everyone — including Jobs’ adoptive sister. The Palo Alto Daily News reports that Patricia  

High school football coach suspends team to build character

A high school football coach in Roosevelt, Utah, suspended his entire football team after he learned players were bullying others off the field and causing problems. “We felt like everything was going in a direction that we didn’t want our young men going,” Union High football coach Matt Labrum said to Deseret News. So the  

Dr. Seuss is rolling over in his grave

When U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz reached for Dr. Seuss’ classic children’s book Green Eggs and Ham to eat up a portion of his 21-hour talk-a-thon on the Senate floor last night, he definitely wasn’t taking the politics of the good doctor into account. Theodor Geisel, the author who used his middle name to pen the  

CNBC’s Joe Kernen disparages Indians on live TV

In a dashing display of empathy, CNBC’s Joe Kernen attempted to make his run as an American ambassador to Indian peoples everywhere on live television. Spoiler alert: He failed miserably. On a Friday edition of the “Squawk Box”, Kernen and his co-hosts were talking about exchange rates and foreign currencies when Becky Quick said she  

TV: How Do You Think ‘Breaking Bad’ Will End?

If you’re anything like me, and the ratings suggest you probably are, you’ve been having a tough time on Monday mornings carrying on conversations with anyone who hasn’t seen “Breaking Bad” the night before. What’s worse is people who have the latest episode on DVR but haven’t seen it yet. You’re dying to say, “What?  

After delay, Mariano Rivera fans get their bobbleheads

When the Yankee Stadium gates opened 40 minutes late Tuesday for Mariano Rivera Bobblehead Night, there were still no bobbleheads. Instead, the first 18,000 Yankees fans through the turnstiles, who by

School cancels mosque field trip after parent objects to ‘pushing Islamic tolerance’

Afraid students would learn tolerance (God forbid!) by visiting an Islamic mosque, a squeaky wheel stepdad complained to administrators at Henderson High School in Hendersonville, Tenn., prompting them to cancel all religious field trips. Mike Conner worried that his stepdaughter would learn a little too much about Islam during a 36-week world studies course. When