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Doggie duo teaches Chemistry [Video]

Filed in Animals, Science, Video by on November 14, 2012 0 Comments

Professor Matthew Hartings, a chemist at the American University in Washington, D.C., came up with an easy-to-understand and adorable way to teach chemistry. In “Dogs Teaching Chemistry,” Paige, a Border collie, and Dexter, a mixed breed, remain very well-behaved while demonstrating some aspects of chemical bonding. They also display the finer points of how a […]

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Drunk Texas A&M fan starts fight in New Orleans Airport (Video)

Filed in United States, Video by on November 14, 2012 0 Comments

A drunken Texas A&M football fan started a fight at New Orleans Airport over the weekend after apparently being stopped from boarding his flight. In a video of the incident, which is already a hit in YouTube, the inebriated Aggies fan attempted to incite a fight with an innocent bystander. The Aggie fan was drunk […]

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Human Barbie Doll poses for V Magazine (Photos)

Filed in Celebrities, Entertainment, Fashion, Photography by on November 14, 2012 2 Comments

Could someone look so perfectly plastic? Yes. V Magazine shows proof as it published an interview with Valeria Lukyanova, a real-life Barbie Doll. V Magazine writes: ”The truth is that Valeria is very much real.” The Human Barbie Doll has some interesting habits. For one, she’s a self-professed practitioner of “astral projection,” or out-of-body travel. But […]

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Tammy Baldwin beats Tommy Thompson and becomes US’ first openly gay senator

Filed in Politics, United States by on November 7, 2012 0 Comments

U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin from Wisconsin won over former Republican Gov. Tommy Thompson and became the first openly gay U.S. senator and first Wisconsin woman, elected to the U.S. Senate. In effect, Thompson, who served as Secretary of Health and Human Services in the administration of George W. Bush, retired from politics. According to Reuters, the […]

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Obama retains US presidency

Filed in Politics, United States by on November 7, 2012 0 Comments

President Barack Obama is still the President of the United States of America! Celebrations have already begun for President Obama, including in New York’s Times Square where thousands of the President’s supporters are already partying in the streets. Obama’s victory ends the emotion campaign for him. Speaking to 20,000 supporters in Iowa on Monday night the President was […]

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World’s Rarest Whale: spade-toothed beaked whale seen for first time in New Zealand

Filed in Animals, Science, World by on November 6, 2012 0 Comments

World’s rarest whale that is almost unknown to science has been seen for the first time after two individuals; a mother  (17 feet or 5.3 meters long) and her male calf (11 feet  or 3.5 m long) were stranded and died on Opape Beach on the North Island of New Zealand. A report in the November 6th issue […]

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93-year-old bodybuilder Charles Eugster is the world’s oldest bodybuilder (video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Sports, World by on November 5, 2012 0 Comments

A 93-year old bodybuilder Dr. Charles Eugster amazingly exercises 3 to 4 times a week. He began his passion to become fit six years ago. “I want to turn the heads of the sexy young 70-year-old girls on the beach”, he says. Anxious he might get fat, he hired former Mr. Universe to become his […]

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Hurricane Sandy left Manhattan in the dark; but the lights are still shining at Goldman Sachs (Photos)

Filed in News, United States, World by on November 3, 2012 0 Comments

Amid the chaotic news coverage of Hurricane Sandy, a photo of Goldman Sachs‘s 200 West Street headquarters made the rounds. The lights were off at the Freedom Tower in Lower Manhattan, but Goldman Sachs still managed to keep their lights on as of an hour ago. Goldman’s building lit by a backup generator while many buildings […]

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Bon Jovi offers tickets at $20 to his fans

Filed in Entertainment, Europe, Music, Uncategorized, United States by on November 2, 2012 0 Comments

Bon Jovi gave out discounted concert tickets to his cash-strapped fans for the 2013 Because We Can world tour. Said gigs will showcase the latest tracks from the band’s newest album, What About Now, which is set to be released in spring of 2013. Bon Jovi’s kind gesture resulted from the $160 to $640 expenses of his fans just to […]

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2012 Toys R Us book is out; deals and freebies hit the internet

Filed in Business, Money, Sales & Deals, Shopping by on November 1, 2012 0 Comments

The 2012 “Great Big Toys R Us” holiday book ad scan is now online and deals and freebies are ready for the children’s holiday list. The 79-page toy book features free gift card offers, free toys with purchase and countless Buy 1 Get 1 free deals that will rival some of the big Black Friday sales coming […]

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Hurricane Sandy bangs US presidential race

Filed in Politics, United States by on October 31, 2012 0 Comments

While the Obama-Romney match heats up, hurricane Sandy is disrupting. Two major tracking polls – the Gallup poll and the Investor’s Business Daily/TIPP survey – suspended operations as the gigantic storm swept across much of the US Northeast. Pollsters cannot perform their job while millions of households in the region lose power and become unreachable by phone. But data available have messages to […]

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Hurricane Sandy puts big websites down

Hurricane Sandy didn’t spare the internet! Data centers and servers powering many websites were also hit, knocking popular websites offline for hours. Datagram, the Internet service provider based in New York City that powers news sites like Gawker.com, Huffingtonpost.com, and Buzzfeed.com turned out as the biggest casualty. When its servers went down on Monday night due to flooding, the sites it […]

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