• The Doctor Named Top Sci-Fi Character of All Time

    By / December 30, 2014

    When it comes to entertainment genres, few have the ability to ignite such serious debates as science fiction. Sci-fi has a lot of fans, and most usually agree that a few franchises or properties are ageless and legendary. However, actually asking a group of science fiction fans to decide on the greatest character of all… Read more

  • All Time High

    By / December 30, 2014

    The Dow broke a new record Tuesday. 18000 thats a lot of shares being traded. It hinged on new ecomonic news that the economy is growing at a steady siustained pace. I’m glad that the money movers are seeing this as a time to invest. http://www.nbcnews.com/business/markets/dow-tops-18-000-first-time-upbeat-gdp-report-n273651 It makes the ecomonic crisis a bit more confusing…. Read more

  • Jim Harbaugh Heads Home

    By / December 30, 2014

    The University of Michigan signed their former star quarterback to become the Wolverines new head coach on Monday, a day after the San Francisco 49ers ended their season on a winning note. After the game Jed York, the 49ers’ owner, and Harbaugh mutually agreed to part ways. Before his coaching stint in the NFL, Harbaugh… Read more

  • A Happy Holiday Indeed

    By / December 19, 2014

    Holidays time is very difficult for families who have members enlisted in the military and are away on deployments. Ben Shaoul knows all too well about how hard deployments can be. It can be quite difficult to put on a happy face and pretend, but one little girl won’t need to do that this year…. Read more

  • Green Day, Lou Reed, Ringo Starr: 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

    By / December 18, 2014

    Green Day, Ringo Starr, and Lou Reed have been announced as 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees. The induction ceremony is a big point for Green Day, inducted the first year that the band has been eligible for nomination. Ringo Starr will be inducted as a solo artist, as will the late Lou… Read more

  • Christmas Layaway Angels Pay Off Balances

    By / December 17, 2014

    As Christmas 2014 draws near, a few people are really getting into the giving spirit and going into stores and paying off all of the layaway accounts just days before the big holiday. At least half a dozen donors have gone into just as many stores and paid off every single layaway purchase remaining on the stores’… Read more

  • Miami and Nike Will Part Ways

    By / December 17, 2014

    Nike has had a standing contract with the University of Miami for decades now, stretching all the way back to 1987. When the deal was initially struck, an all-encompassing deal like it had never before been used. The contract stipulated that, for the first time in college sports, Nike got to provide gear for all… Read more

  • Warrior Moses and Agnostic Miracles

    By / December 17, 2014

    The new Ridley Scott film Exodus: Gods and Kings takes a lot of liberties with the Biblical source material, which may explain some (though not all) of its lackluster reception. Problems presented themselves even before the release: Scott implied his take would be more “realistic,” while Christian Bale, who stars as Moses, commented that he… Read more

  • 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

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