As a committed lounger-about-in-nice-pajamas, I have long suspected that the golden age of men's sleepwear was in the past. Here I present conclusive evidence for my hypothesis.
On June 22, Amber Gilles, a yoga instructor from San Diego, posted a photo of a Starbucks employee to her Facebook page. She wrote: "Meet lenen [sic] from Starbucks who refused to serve me cause I'm not wearing a mask. Next time I will wait for cops and bring a medical exemption." When a man… READ THE REST
Congratulations, Rachel "bullhorn lady" Powell, mother of eight children — you are now the mother of eight adorable federal charges! We know this is an exciting time for you, and you are probably awfully busy making accommodations for your new charges. So set your megaphone down and stop hollering for a minute because the grand… READ THE REST
The GOP is enraged as President Joe Biden's scandals keep piling up. From pointing out the Neanderthal thinking behind lifting mask mandates during a deadly pandemic to keeping mum about pulling racist Dr. Seuss books off the shelves to even owning a scruffy-looking dog, Biden is proving to be one of the most scandalous presidents… READ THE REST
Terms like revolutionary and groundbreaking get thrown around a lot in the tech arena. Sometimes, they're warranted. Other times…not so much. Then, there are buzzy new paradigm-shifting technologies that, even for all of their press, might actually be underrated in light of their ultimate global impact. Those keyed in the know that blockchaining is the… READ THE REST
Here's an entirely uncontroversial statement: the convenience of smartphones and tablets is amazing. At no point in human history has so much information, communication, and entertainment been available in such a tiny package. But, that minuscule size is one of the only downsides of a smartphone, a tablet, or even a laptop. If you want to… READ THE REST
No one needs to tell you that the cost of higher education is astronomical. A year of tuition and fees at the average American private university will cost over $37,000, while even a public school option for in-state students will likely set you back over $10,000 a year. Heap on housing, food, and utilities, as… READ THE REST