Basketball-Fan-in-Chief Barack Obama’s career as a presidential bracketologist got off to a rousing start in 2009 when his pick to win the 2009 NCAA tournament, North Carolina, were indeed crowned champions.
Last weekend hacked photos of Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn in various states of undress leaked onto the Internet. So the actresses’ reps had to go through the motions of denying the legitimacy of the racier photos, even though the old eye test would suggest that they were all on the up-and-up.
Last year the United States retired NASA’s space shuttle program, and shipped the remaining crafts out for display in sites around the country. To pay tribute to the end of the space shuttle era, Romanian high school student Raul Oaida strapped a Lego model space shuttle on a weather ballon and sent it towards the great beyond.
Ryan Kitching’s mom had been nagging him to clean his room, as moms tend to do. When the 19-year-old from Midlothian, Scotland finally relented and attacked the mess, he found 12 old lottery tickets.
Figuring they must all be losers, he thought about throwing the tickets out with the rest of the junk. But then he had a “strange feeling” that he should check the numbers, and when he did, he was nearly $85,000 richer.
The world record for the fastest-solved Rubik’s Cube is 5.66 seconds, set last year by Feliks Zemdegs. When you see a speedcuber like Zemdegs do his thing, you realize that he is approaching the puzzle in an entirely different way than you would.
That goes double for watching Marcell Endrey, who just set the world record for finishing a Rubik’s Cube blindfolded, which is now 28.8 seconds. Watch Endrey complete this remarkable feat at this week’s Zonhoven Open.
Stores like Walmart and Kroger are sick of the practice of “staking,” in which frugal shoppers combine store and manufacturer coupons in a way that makes their items cost next to nothing — or even, in some cases, actually earns them store credit or cash back.
It’s happened to everyone — you text your husband or wife, “I love you with every fiber of my being,” but your phone actually sends, “I love you with every fiber of malaysia.” Most of the time it’s funny, but one person experienced the worst case of autocorrect ever. So bad, in fact, that it prompted a school-wide lockdown.
We know Ken Marino can act from his days on the MTV sketch comedy show ‘The State’ to his long resume of roles in shows like ‘Party Down’ and ‘Veronica Mars.’ And we know he can write — the 43-year old co-penned the screenplay to ‘Role Models” and did the same for the just-released Paul Rudd/Jennifer Aniston comedy ‘Wanderlust.’
But Marino revealed a new talent on ‘Conan’ that may be his most impressive yet.
Austin Criswell might not look like the traditional pop star, but, wow, does he have a great voice. He’s been posting cover songs on his YouTube account for the last few years to moderate success. However, one of his efforts, a ukulele cover of The Beatles’ ‘Something,’ is starting to go viral. Check out why below.
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