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Beloved Civil Rights Leader Nelson Mandela Gone At 95
Through failing health and limited public appearances, Nelson Mandela still spent the last several years of his life as a symbol of peace, harmony and leadership to the citizens of his native South Africa and to those inhabiting the rest of the world. Now, his memory will do the same.
Video: Amazon Plans Prime Air Shipping To Deliver Packages Via Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Maybe someday, years from now, I’ll look back at the expression of curiosity mingled with disbelief on my face when I watched Amazon’s “Prime Air” video and I’ll laugh, because maybe in that not-so-distant future, unmanned aerial vehicles delivering packages to our doorstep in thirty minutes or less will be standard. But in the present day, it seems like something out of science fiction, and yet, Amazon appears to be working toward making it a reality.
Beyond Prince William And Taylor Swift: 7 Other Unexpected Musical Moments
What did you do last night? If you happened to be one of the lucky two hundred who attended the Winter White Gala at Kensington Palace in London, the answer is “witnessed something too bizarre for words”. Jon Bon Jovi, accepting an award for all of his recent humanitarian work with homeless teens, took the stage to perform his all-time classic track “Livin’ On A Prayer”.
Kim Kardashian Says Kanye West Loved Rogen And Franco's Take On Bound 2
Kanye West is great at a lot of things. Taking a joke and underreacting are not typically among them. The musician recently flipped his shit on Jimmy Kimmel after the late night host mocked him and lost his nerve on Twitter after his music video was unexpectedly released early.
7 Remarkable Things John F Kennedy Accomplished During His Short Life
Fifty years ago, John F Kennedy was gunned down while riding in a convertible alongside his wife in Dallas, Texas. He was a little less than three years into his first term as President of the United States and still only forty-six-years-old. In many ways, what Lee Harvey Oswald took from Kennedy was a second half.
Noted Charlatan And Liar Sylvia Browne Dead At 77
Self-described psychic and medium Sylvia Browne passed away inside a Northern California hospital this afternoon. She was just seventy-seven. At this point, her family is being very vague about the details surrounding her passing, but for a woman who made her living speaking in loose generalities and impossible to narrow down clichés, the mystery surrounding the disease she was fighting actually seems about right.
Sexiest Man Alive: 10 Tom Hiddleston Reasons People Magazine Got It Wrong
Admittedly, I find Levine more douche than sexy, but my biggest problem with this pick is that it ignores the pop culture sensation that is Tom Hiddleston. I mean, he's a man whose made movie marketing and mass seduction an art form that has inspired fierce fandom that will gladly bend to his will. And so, I'm laying out for People Magazine all the things they've apparently missed with video evidence of how they got this one wrong.
Before Rob Ford: 15 Politicians Who Embarrassed Their Constituents With Bad Behavior
Toronto mayor Rob Ford continued his run of bafoonish behavior yesterday, barreling into a petite councilwoman in her mid-sixties like an out of control caribou. Fortunately, the nice woman was able to get up and continue with the meeting, but the blunder was just the latest in a long series of outlandish missteps that have seen the politician smoke crack and make a direct reference to performing oral sex on his wife
Who Hires Women To Get Naked At A Party? The Biebs Does
Think about the fratiest frat guy you met in college at his most frat-tastic point. Think about all the stupid and crazy nonsense he got up to. Now think about how much worse it would have been if he had millions of dollars, a mansion, flashy cars and famous friends at his disposal. All the shenanigans would probably have been turned up to eleven.
Donnie Wahlberg Fails At Math And Politics In One Idiotic Tweet
Donnie Wahlberg means well. He really, really does. Unfortunately, he’s not exactly going to be solving P versus NP anytime soon. In fact, he’s probably not going to be solving his own taxes or even complicated division problems anytime soon because he’s really, really bad at math. Like epically bad at math.
Dude Calls 911: My One Night Stand Is Snoring Like A Train
There are few things more annoying than sleeping next to someone who is snoring away like a train. Faced with the possibility of said person causing a loud breathing ruckus all night, immediate action needs to be taken, whether it be in the form of jolting the snorer awake, banishing the snorer to the couch or moving to the couch yourself.
Miley Cyrus: The Pot I Smoked At The EMAs Was Real, Ya'll
Say what you will about Miley Cyrus, but the woman knows the way into teenage hearts. Looking for a way to follow up her much-discussed foam finger performance at the Video Music Awards, the starlet decided to go in a far less sexual direction for Sunday’s MTV Europe Music Awards. More specifically, she pulled out what appeared to be a joint and blazed it up while she was on stage.
Andy Kaufman And 6 Others Who May Not Have Died
History is filled with plenty of examples of people who won’t go peacefully into the grave. Thanks to this latest bout of Kaufman whispers, now seems like as good of a time as ever to explore some of these crazy rumors. Here are seven famous faces who some think may not have died when we initially suspected.
Watch This Hilarious Video Outlining Dozens Of Ridiculous College Courses
There are a lot of great things about college. From being on your own to meeting like-minded people to getting up to dumb, usually consequence-less bullshit, the old stand-bys are discussed a lot, but some of the more cool things that are a little more wholesome more often fall by the wayside: for example how cool it is to plan your own schedule.
Amazon's Top Books Of 2013 List: How Many Have You Read?
Need help figuring out what to read next? Amazon released their list of Best Books of 2013, a selection of 100 “editors’ picks” as well as Top 20 lists in over two dozen categories, from Children’s & Teen to Cookbooks to Celebrity Picks. And nothing says “fill up your Kindle with all of these books” better than the helpful (free) guide Amazon has made available for all U.S. customers.
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