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Long before the battle between Blu-ray and HD-DVD, there was another home-video standards war that pitted Sony against another Japanese company, JVC. It was VHS vs. Betamax.
More than 100,000 people marched in Phoenix, Arizona on May 29th for human rights and to stop laws like SB1070 and HB2281.
With the over-abundance of the oil spill in the gulf I can only hope and pray BP can resolve this issue. In a natural disaster like this, it’s always a beautiful thing when someone reaches out with an excellent solution. I tip my hat to Darryl Carpenter & Otis Goodson for contributing their two cents to the BP oil spil….
In the throes of intense fear, we suddenly find ourselves operating in a different and unexpected way.
Former child TV star Gary Coleman died at age 42 after suffering bleeding in the brain.
The goal of youth participation in sports, the council said, “should be to promote lifelong physical activity, recreation and skills of healthy competition.”
The married, 61-year-old Rekers was caught by Miami New Times last month in the company of a 20-year-old male escort at Miami International Airport.
The idea that four years of higher education will translate into a better job, higher earnings and a happier life — a refrain sure to be repeated this month at graduation ceremonies across the country — has been pounded into the heads of schoolchildren, parents and educators. But there’s an underside to that conventional wisdom.
The saying a picture is worth a thousand words has come to full circle in this photo. The terrorist really have us shook….
Like a billion other people, I download things illegally. I’m also an actor, writer and director whose income depends on revenue from DVDs, movies and books. This leads to many conflicts in my head, in my heart, and in bars.
Administrators at a charter school have fired one of its teachers who was seen beating up a student in a video taken by a classmate’s camera-phone.
Hong Kong, China — Two years before it was even published, Miguel Syjuco’s debut “Ilustrado” won the Palanca Grand Prize for the novel — the Philippines’ top literary prize, given only every three years — and the Man Asian Literary Prize, Asia’s top honor.
You know how your coffee cup keeps getting stolen at work? Walk into the break room with this bad boy and firmly proclaim that “this sh*t is going to stop right now.” You will feel like a real bad-ass until the police arrive
The calamitous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico isn’t just a mess for the people who live or work on the coast. If you drink coffee, eat shrimp, like bananas or plan to buy a new set of tires, you could end up paying more because of the disaster.
To anyone out there that knows their about to be fired from their job, this goes out to you.
I believe what’s wrong with men “these days” is there is lack of them.
This is a great one video. The guy never saw it coming.
Notice the suspect behind the car, firing a gun – you see the smoke from the muzzle, and a split second later – the Shepherd Police Dog leaps across the roof of the auto mobile.
Father banned from driving for three years after getting behind the Wheel of a Toy Barbie Car while Drunk.
Owner Paul Hutton, 40, is now regretting the decision to hop in the 4mph child’s toy to pop over to a friend’s house after he was arrested for drink driving.
How Television Works’ is a must see for anyone curious about who controls television.
With final exams looming, many students’ stress levels are unavoidably increasing and the need for relieving that unwanted stress has caused one female Union member of the Cambridge University Society to request a pole-dancing exercise class to Juan de Francisco, a Union Ents Officer.