The History Channel mini-series ‘Hatfields & McCoys’ brings back two of the darkest and bloodiest families in American history, which is pretty bad considering that list also includes the Trumps and anyone who went hunting with Dick Cheney.
Still, there must be another reincarnation of these two feuding families someone out there in suburbia. We’ve all harbored grudges against our neighbor at one point or another. Here’s how to tell if you are
The cause of road rage is no major scientific secret. American drivers can be rude, obnoxious, selfish and downright dangerous. Just driving down any major thoroughfare in the country can turn Mother Theresa into Leona Helmsley.
It never fails. You load Fido into the car, head off to your destination and the little guy has his nose pressed up against the glass as he whimpers for freedom until you crack the window. Then he sticks his big dopey head out of it for the entire trip.
Every year on April 1st, office water coolers are spiked with white wine and computer mouses are glued to desks. Every year on college campuses, half empty buckets of water are placed on the top of dorm room doors and passed out bros are covered with marker ink. And throughout the world, the sound of chuckling and cackling can be heard echoing across its borders.
First, there was the ‘Harry Potter’ movies, then came the ‘Twilight’ series, and starting this week, we could have a new series of romantic teen action films that gentlemen nationwide will be forced to endure if they want to get closer to their lady friends with the premiere of ‘The Hunger Games.’
Anyone who has a car and a reason to go somewhere may have experienced a little weight loss this month. It’s not because they’ve been power walking, watching what they eat or doing more activities that don’t involve the use of a Snuggie. It’s because their wallets and purses weigh a lot less.
Charles Schulz's 'Peanuts' characters have become timeless classics, thanks to their long-lasting presence in newspapers and their many animated TV specials. (“It's Arbor Day Again, Charlie Brown!”) A big part of the characters' success is thanks to the classic 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' TV special.
Since it first aired in 1965, the beloved special has practically become required viewing for families celebrating the holiday season. It’s message of anti-commercialism and good will towards man mixed with Schulz’s trademark humor of caustic kids in a cynical world is a perfect remedy for the holidays that can get sappier than your aunt’s homemade egg nog.
This Thanksgiving, millions of Americans will sit down at the table and gawk over all the goodies they are planning to cram in their gullet. The holiday might seem as familiar as singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the “Seventh Inning Stretch” or packing a finger in ice that was blown off by a firework on the Fourth of July. However, like all traditions based on history and passed down through the ages, its genesis and story has been morphed and changed to fit the times.
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