Long-time Congressman Charles Rangel has been accused of 13 counts of financial ethics violations. All of Congress is said to be upset with Rangel because now they all have to sell their undeclared vacation homes, and in the worst possible market.
Mike Tyson shares his feelings about spirituality. Not surprisingly, he wants to punch it in the face.
New cell phones are getting so big because of video features that people are having trouble fitting them into their pants when they’re out in public, to which we say, “Pants? In public? Interesting concept.”
Banks are hoping to stop online thieves. First, they plan to send Barney down to the bank to wake up Asa and get him online.
After one year on American Idol, Ellen is quitting. She cites the drain on her limited time, and the fact that she has a soul and feelings.
John Hamm of Mad Men fame bases the character on his real dad, and the secret desire of every man who ever lived to do exactly what he feels like all the time for his own mysterious but assumed to be deeply cool reasons.
Fighting may actually be good for relationships as long as you do it in a way that doesn’t resemble a fight at all.
Riders stuck for 45 minutes on a stalled Ferris wheel were given free snacks by the amusement park. Then they got on another ride and promptly threw the free snacks back up.
The e-reader price wars may soon make the high tech “book” available to millions of elderly people who will complain bitterly and then discard it.
Should you worry about bedbugs on cruise ships? Or should you fall to your knees and thank your lucky stars you have a job with vacation days that pays you enough to be on a cruise ship? There’s a puzzler.
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