James Tracy thinks journalists get a lot of things wrong. He thinks journalists mindlessly ingest whatever false narrative the U.S. government provides and plop it into the news inches as fact. He thinks journalism is corrupt. He thinks journalism is incompetent. He thinks journalism is weak. But a ... More >>
Ain't no free lunch in this country. Ain't no bargain prices either, unless someone's cutting costs. Globalization lets corporations ship jobs from countries with high labor costs (like decent wages and working conditions) to countries with low ones so Walmart shoppers get blue-light specials while ... More >>
Israeli dubstep producer/DJ Borgore has garnered somewhat of a cult following with his eccentric and personality driven form of distorted bass since appearing on the scene in 2007. Formerly the drummer in a death metal band, he produces a distinctive grimey and textured sound -- defining him from ... More >>
"I was hearing from customers that our salsa just wasn't hot enough," said Joseph Parsons, chef at Jo-Jo's Tacos in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. "So I decided to make a salsa from the hottest stuff I could find." Parsons ordered dried Bhut Jolokias to conjure serious heat.
Wanted -- a few potheads who can get some research done and can form a few articulate sentences about their experiences. Webehigh.com, an international website that directs would-be stoners to the nearest dealer, whether that be in Bangladesh, Lithuania, or Papua New Guinea, is ser ... More >>
Bollywood singer Asha Bhosle proves why she's one of the most recorded voices in history
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Warm beer, cold women, and lots of bruises = rock
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