Monthly Archives: January 2017

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Trump Protesters Conspicuously Late to the Game: Where Was the Outrage When the Stage Was Being Set?

With protests against Trump actions seemingly only exploding with greater force since his election, there is a critical question that is seldom being asked. Even for one who acknowledges that there is plenty to be protesting against, you have to wonder: Where were the protests in December of 2015 when Obama signed the Consolidated Appropriations […]

Time for a #NYexit

Time for a #NYexit Investors have a busy week ahead with the Fed statement, a ton of earnings and continued monitoring of President Trump’s Executive orders. On the economic front, we have Manufacturing PMI, the Unemployment Rate, Non-Farm Payrolls and Average Hourly Earnings. Fed Meeting: On Wednesday (2/1), the Fed will release their first statement […]

Tesla driver stranded in the desert after smartphone app failure

The modern “running out of gas”.

Making out with your smartphone

Lonely? Kissenger simulates long-distance smooch over internet

Smartphone survives lunatic football fan

Distraught Cowboys fan runs directly into, punches the hell out of giant flatscreen TV

WOMAN DRIVES SUV INTO STORE IN ANGER OVER T-MOBILE REPLACEMENT POLICY

T-Mobile crash driver still in hospital; couldn’t appear in court Upset about cracked iPhone screen:(

NBA WILL CONSIDER SHORTENING GAMES DUE TO MILLENNIAL ATTENTION SPANS

Average person’s attention span is less than that of a goldfish

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Unprecedented Orders From Pentagon to Fire D.C. National Guard Commander Days Before Trump Inauguration

D.C. National Guard commander Errol R. Schwartz, a Major General, has been asked to step down after months of planning for president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration — an inauguration day that feels more likely than any in modern American history to break out in violence and/or social disruption. Some protest groups are vowing to disrupt road, […]

257 MINUTES: TIME ON COMPUTER BEFORE HARMING WELLBEING…

257 minutes: the time teens can spend on computers each day before harming wellbeing