March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

The power of compounding: How your wealth snowball grows with time – Get Rich Slowly

We Tried Mark Zuckerberg’s Tricks for Looking Taller in Photos – Life Hacker

Flight Attendant Orgy Denied By Airline Despite Being Caught On Camera – Newsweek

The Cursed Hollywood Script That Killed Almost Every Actor Who Read It – Ranker

Another School Shooting. When Will This Shit Stop? – Fox News

The Best Anti-Aging Product to Benjamin Button Your Face – Retinol

How to disagree well: 7 of the best and worst ways to argue – Big Think

All the New Things We Learned From the Star Wars: The Last Jedi Blu-Ray – Gizmodo

Samantha Hoopes giving that infamous Jessica Alba pose – Drunken Stepfather

China will ban people with poor ‘social credit’ from planes and trains – The Verge

4chan’s Love Affair with (And Deep Sexual Attraction to) Sarah Huckabee Sanders – Mel Magazine

This might restore your hair to be fuller and thicker – Hair Fix

Bruna Lima Unleashes A Drool-Fest – Yes Bitch

The Daily Picdump – Leenks

After eating Chipotle for 500 days, an Ohio man says he’s ready for something new – KATU

15 Overrated Sex Acts – GQ

Selena Gomez in a sexy bikini (nsfw) – Celeb J

I Wish Someone Would Look At Me The Way Dogs Look At Food – Sad And Useless

Demi Rose’s Clevage is a sight to behold – G-Celeb

Rihanna Blasted Snapchat for an Ad Featuring Chris Brown and Its Stock Dropped By $600 Million – Maxim

This girl is smoking hawt! – Ehowa

Fifteen years of semi-retirement: A real-life look at what it’s like to live more and work less – Get Rich Slowly

Emily Ratajkowski’s Hotness Continues – Hollywood Tuna

All strength comes from repetition – The Ladders

Iggy Azalea Posts Nude Bathtub Pics to Get More Followers- The Blemish

No Comments »

The Dumping Grounds

March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

Read the rest of this entry »

No Comments »

This Dog Walks 4 Miles To Town Everyday Just To Say Hi To Everyone

March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Life |

funny pictures and videos of the day

For the past 12 years, a Chesapeake-Lab mix named Bruno has been regularly walking four miles (eight miles round trip) to downtown Longville from his country home to socialize, collect treats, and hang around. His almost daily commute has made Bruno a beloved town legend.

“Everybody knows Bruno,” resident Sharon Rouse told KARE11 News. “[You] may not know the people, but you’ll know Bruno.”

The pup belongs to Larry and Debbie LaVallee, who took Bruno in after he appeared in a box on their driveway over a decade ago. They tried to keep him tied up, but the dog’s desire to roam was too great, and he started making his way to town every day.

Now, he’s somewhat of a celebrity, with regular stops at city hall, the ice cream shop, and the back door of a local grocery store, where employees help Bruno fuel up with deli counter scraps. People know and greet Bruno, sometimes to the surprise of the LaVallees, who only know a fraction of their dog’s many admirers. His wandering has even earned him the title of “Town Dog and Ambassador,” which is set in literal stone in a Longville statue.

Read the rest of this entry »

No Comments »

The Story Of Chiune Sugihara: The “Japanese Schindler”

March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Interesting |

On July 31 1986, Chiune Sugihara passed away peacefully in a Japanese hospital.  This quiet, unassuming family man single-handedly saved the lives of at least 6,000 Jews during World War II, and while he is one of many hundreds of people that could not reconcile their own code of morality with that of their governments at that time, his efforts to rescue people have gone largely unnoticed by the world.

Born at the turn of the 20th century, Sugihara joined the Japanese Foreign Ministry as a young man and learned Russian (he also knew Chinese, English, French and German). In August 1939, just before the outbreak of World War II, he arrived in the then-capital of Lithuania, Kaunas, to serve as a vice consul at the Japanese Consulate-General there.

One morning in July 1940, a group of Polish Jews who had fled eastward after Germany invaded their home country gathered outside the Japanese diplomatic facility in Kaunas. Sugihara noticed the refugees and inquired about their situation. He was told they were seeking transit visas to enable them to pass through Japan on the way to other countries that were willing to take them in. At the time, a rail journey across the Soviet Union followed by a sea crossing to Japan was one of the few potential paths of escape from the expanding Nazi empire for these Jews.

Sugihara consulted with the Japanese Foreign Ministry, which informed him the refugees did not meet the visa requirements. However, Sugihara decided he could not abandon the Jews to their fate.

“It was a humanitarian issue,” Sugihara said in an interview later in life. “I did not care then if I would be fired.”

Read the rest of this entry »

No Comments »

20 Useful Apps That Will Make Your Life A Whole Lot Easier

March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Useful |


An app that tells you the best times to have a toilet break during movies, how long you can leave & gives a synopsis of the bits you miss. It also tells you if there’s anything after the end credits. 

Read the rest of this entry »

No Comments »

The Daily Man-Up

March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Man-Up |

“A well built physique is a status symbol. It reflects you worked hard for it, no money can buy it. You cannot borrow it, you cannot inherit it, you cannot steal it. You cannot hold onto it without constant work. It shows discipline, it shows self respect, it shows patience, work ethic and passion. That is why I do what I do.”

― Arnold Schwarzenegger

No Comments »

A Few Glorious Clips For Your Consideration

March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: main |


A post shared by @watchmelaugh_ on


Read the rest of this entry »

No Comments »

Hot Instagram Girl Of The Day: Taylor White

March 20, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Babes |

Read the rest of this entry »

No Comments »