YouTube star Jerome Jarre decided to have some fun on a flight to Miami, so he slipped into a silly swimming outfit in the lavatory and filmed the hijinks. After being threatened with jail, he had a little talk with the FBI.
That's it. The headline is worth the post. But just in case you require more context, Stephen Cooper, 46, was arrested for swiping a package of Viagra from a pharmacy in Leek, England. Apparently he had previously attempted to shoplift the same thing, apologized to the store managers, and was banned although not reported to… READ THE REST
Zach Lapidus Music posts this with apologies to… everyone. And if you're not hip to the magic of the original Seinfeld theme, you should know that the theme song was slightly different in every episode. Below, composer Jonathan Wolff talks about his iconic improvised music for a show about nothing that really was everything. "I… READ THE REST
At a recent Henrico County, Virginia school board meeting, a number of prestigious names signed up for public comment: Phil McCracken, Eileen Dover, Wayne Kuhr, and others. Curiously, these luminaries were all in absentia. Perhaps they were grabbing a drink with Al Koholic down at the Tube Bar. READ THE REST
The era of portable speakers is here to stay, and bringing one to any function is an instant party starter. However, with so many options to choose from, not just any speaker will check all the necessary boxes. You've got to have one that can do it all. It's got to sound good, look good,… READ THE REST
Do you love books but don't always have the time to sit down and read? Audiobooks can sometimes do the trick, but they can still take hours to listen to and can be hard to digest. It can feel like there just aren't enough hours in the day to get through all the books you'd… READ THE REST
Math always seems to be one of those subjects that people either love or hate. However, the fact of the matter is, it may just be the most important tool we have in understanding how our world works. It's the fundamental principle behind things like engineering, physics, and even computer programming, to name a few.… READ THE REST