The professor who supervised the survey said that the proliferation of hoaxes, such as Balloon Boy and the Salahis, may have contributed to the sense that the decade was just a bad dream.
Read Whole Story
"Maybe I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed, but I can't for the life of me remember whether this is the bill I liked or the bill I despised," said Rep. Rand DeVane (D-OH). "I'm only human."
Mr. Dobbs will be joining a schedule that includes such programs as Tom and Jerry and What's New, Scooby-Doo?
A study this summer reports 1 in 7 teenagers in the U.S. thinks he or she only has a 50-50 shot of making it past 35. What stands out are the consequences of low life-expectancy.
Over 50% of those surveyed "strongly agree" with the statement, "I have no idea what all of the excitement about 'Mad Men' is all about, but I'm terrified that if I admit it I'll look like an idiot."
According to Dr. Logsdon, in 1555 Nostradamus predicted the alliance between the two right-wing beauties when he wrote, "The slayer of beasts shall meet the barer of breasts."
The study, commissioned by the University of Minnesota's Pimp Research Institute, is the result of interviews with the pimps themselves, who paint a bleak picture of the state of pimping in 2009 America.
When University of Minnesota graduate Osman Rashid and Iowa State University graduate Aayush Phumbhra decided to start a business, their objective was...
Get top stories and blogs posts emailed to you each day.