The more we move into the future, the more gadgets we come up with that seem unnecessary.
“American Sniper” does a good job of showing the consequences of answering that question, and of proving that even the most decorated of heroes, the most ultimate of warriors are not immune to the psychological onslaught of the horrors of war, that even the most hardened of killers never get used to it. “American Sniper” shows psychological effects of war
New duds cause questions in the newsroom
Lizzy Delorier’s fight against a brain tumor puts life in perspective
Click-bait on websites rarely pays off
Children of the 1970s and 1980s are now in position to make once-nerdy things cool.
Rural America, average Joe pays price for EPA’s wood-burning stove regulations
Ralph Wilson Stadium is under an estimated 220,000 tons of snow, with drifts approaching the bottom of the goalposts. Six feet of snow has fallen on the city
NASA could use reality stars to fund its missions
I guess the Christmas creep forward into early November was inevitable. But do we really need to egg this on with pre-Halloween Christmas lights and decoration sales the day after Labor Day?
Please, voters, make sure there are winners on Tuesday. Otherwise it’s two more months of this nonsense.
Let’s face it: There are a lot of things out there in this scary world that can do you in. Terrorism, disease, grizzly bears, volcanos, certain football players — risks are everywhere, and you have to take steps to protect yourself. Luckily, the Internet is here to help.
I am not worried about getting Ebola — yet. Despite what the shameless ratings grabbers are hinting at — that we’re basically a step away from the apocalpyse — we’ve got a ways to go before we get to Black Death or Spanish Flu territory.
I don’t know about you, but I could go the rest of my life without hearing or seeing certain commercials again.
White House security issue needs to be fixed soon