The first thing you realized when you got to college was “holy sh*t, these people don’t know anything about me!”...
Nothing beats going home for the holidays. Correction: Everything beats going home for the holidays. Seriously, I’d rather sit around...
Abraham Lincoln fights the supernatural, but it's not the film you're expecting. There are also some good new albums from people you'd expect to make good albums. Hopefully, you're not expecting us to be excited about this week's big season finale that has us so excited. Check out these things (and more) as we find new reasons for living through the week!
Ever wish you could afford one of those home security kits that protects your doors and windows and all that good stuff? And doesn't take any time to set up? Or maintain? And that doesn't have wires that you have to string all over the place? Oh, and cheap too? Read our resident tech expert's opinion on how this Swann Wireless Security System responds when you need it the most. Review after the jump!
As the radio plays tons of Christmas songs and jingles from past to present, you hear those rare gems that ruin the whole mood for you. When you get a pop singer who decides to take on "Silent Night" and ends up butchering it or an up-and-coming R&B crooner who thinks "Hark Hear the Bells" is his way to super stardom, you've got one crushed holiday spirit. The list of horrible Christmas songs could stretch from here to eternity so we've narrowed it down to the most cringeworthy. Uh, enjoy? I guess?
Mattress maker Aminach (My People Rest) of Jaffa Israel has released a new line of beds and sofa sleepers that are absolutely perfect if space is a premium in your place.
OK, what. the. f**k is going on here? If I were a celebrity, I would be very afraid for my life - Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, Michael Jackson and now king of the television pitchmen, Billy Mays, all dead within five days of each other. Mays, 50, was found dead early this morning at his home, by his wife. Police say no foul play is suspected, TMZ.com is reporting.