• Skout: Setting Up the Perfect Mobile Networking Interactions

    By / December 15, 2014

    Skout is a mobile social application (app) that’s quickly transforming how people meet, connect and get to know one another. Strangers can become friends and friends can become travel buddies to engage in exciting trips around the world. With Skout the networking possibilities are endless; it provides a less frightening way to make new encounters…. Read more

  • Mary Landrieu Seems Destined to Fall Short of Eleventh Hour Turn Around

    By / December 5, 2014

    Louisian Senator Mary Landrieu seems unlikely to pull off an eleventh hour turn around in her political campaign tomorrow. Back in 2002, she was able to stage a dramatic come from behind victory against her GOP challenger through the aid of a false story that curiously got published in a small Mexican newspaper within two… Read more

  • 10 Things You Must Experience in Your Lifetime

    By / December 4, 2014

    America is an amazing land of many different nationalities, beautiful landscapes and favorite foods. Everyone should experience these at least once in their lifetime. Here are the top 10 things you don’t want to miss out on. 1. The Natural Hot Springs in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Relax, and become one with nature. 2. The streets… Read more

  • Sound of Shoes Can Influence Mood

    By / November 27, 2014

    Sounds have an undeniably power on most every one of use. For example, sounds can change your mood and make you feel better or worse. That is an affirmation nobody would ever argue with. But the first thing many would think of would be the music, not taking in consideration that such basic everyday sounds… Read more

  • Laurene Powell Jobs is Fighting for the American Dream

    By / November 27, 2014

    Laurene Powell Jobs is a powerful and influential participant in the debate over immigration reform. Perhaps more importantly, she has the attention of both Democrats and Republicans in Congress. Forbes magazine named her the 39th most powerful woman in the world in 2013. By 2014 she had jumped to 29th place in the rankings, and… Read more

  • White House Hires New Exectutive Pastry Chef Susan Morrison

    By / November 22, 2014

    After the retirement of Bill Yosess this past summer, the White House has hired a new Executive Pastry Chef. Susan E. Morrison, known as ‘Susie’ has been working in the White House’s pastry department as early as the Clinton Administration in the 1990’s. Morrison is the first woman to ever fill this position, so one… Read more

  • Chris Pratt: Cowboy Ninja Viking

    By / November 20, 2014

    Chris Pratt, star of Guardians of the Galaxy, is getting ready to star in another comic book film under the title of Cowboy Ninja Viking. This comic book is a lesser known character being from Image Comics. The main character of the franchise is a highly trained assassin who has multiple personalities. Disney was working on… Read more

  • NFCH: 2.5m Young American are Homeless

    By / November 20, 2014

    Homeless has long been a problem in the United States, but the extent to which it is has not been well-researched. The United States are now facing the fact that approximately 2.5 million young americans do not have a place they can call home. This was the result of the 2013 research conducted by the… Read more

  • Couple Fall Asleep at Georgia Restaurant

    By / November 20, 2014

    While it’s not uncommon for somebody to take their time eating a restaurant, falling asleep right at the table is generally gauche. There was an interesting Facebook post that had something about a couple who visited a restaurant for food and fell asleep for quite a while. This actually happened in Georgia where the couples… Read more

  • Arsenic Levels in Rice Vary by Location and Type

    By / November 19, 2014

    2012 reports of arsenic contamination in rice alarmed many consumers. Long-term exposure to arsenic may lead to a host of diseases, including cancer. Further study by the Consumer Reports Food Safety and Sustainability Center has found that the location where the rice was grown and the type of rice had significant influence on levels of… Read more

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