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Top 10 movies to avoid, worst movies of all time

Thousands of readers of the magazine "Empire" participated in the survey "The worst movie of all time", and the final result was a list of these 10 movies … [Read More...]


Ultra realistic paintings on the wall

Passing by these amazing 3D paintings will make you almost believe that there are real people standing by the wall. The paintings are made in such a way that you would probably try to touch the girl that's leaning on the wall or maybe the old lady that's resting, because they seem so realistic. The most surprising thing is that the artist is only using his bare hands and painting to make such … [Read More...]


Man living with a Grizzly bear

This 800 pounds grizzly bear called Brutus is Casey Anderson's best friend, believe it or not. The famous naturalist and his furry friend are inseparable from the day Brutus was a 2 weeks old cub. Casey saved the bear from an overpopulated wildlife park, and raised him with lot of attention, love and respect. … [Read More...]

The costumes for the dwarves are on the 5 Things The Hobbit Movies Spent Money On

5 Things The Hobbit Movies Spent Money On

The Lord of the Rings trilogy movies were amazing, both story wise and visually. Peter Jackson did one hell of a job with these movies. I myself can say that I have watched the movies a bunch of times and still find them great and entertaining. The Hobbit movies not that much since they were kind of milking it from only one book. Not to mention that they cost a lot.  Once you see the movies you … [Read More...]

3DS Game Integration is part of 4 Things We Want To See In Pokémon GO

4 Things We Want To See In Pokémon GO

We have PokĂ©mon movies and PokĂ©mon console games. PokĂ©mon merchandise can never go bad and we always want more. Our wishes have been listened to. The PokĂ©mon Company has announced there will be the mobile version which will be called PokĂ©mon GO. Get it? Because you can play on the go. While we do not know that much about the game yet we can still work with the limited information we got. Players … [Read More...]

What the cast of Six Feet Under is doing now includes Michael Hall

What the Cast of Six Feet Under is Doing Now

It’s been 10 years since HBO ended the five season TV show Six Feet Under. Some people were shocked, some cried, but in the end this season finale was one of the most discussed finale in the history of TV shows. Back then the cast was mostly consisting of unknown people. Now 10 years later, some of these actors have reached stardom, others mostly have guest roles. Here is what the cast of Six … [Read More...]

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Burger King's Left-handed Whopper and April Fool’s Day Jokes

The Best Ever April Fool’s Day Jokes

Ah, the first of April. A day you can sit down with your breakfast, switch on your television and find out about newly discovered islands, dogs that drive cars and all sorts of other weird stuff. Of course, as everyone laughs at you at work for repeating these ludicrous stories you swear that next year you won’t fall for a single April Fool’s Day joke. If only it were that easy, though. The … [Read More...]

Brian Heidik and Survivor Thailand Winner Reality Show Scandal

The Most Shocking and Terrifying Reality Show Scandals

The person who first thought of making reality shows should really be ashamed of themselves. As well as inflicting some of the dumbest shows in the history of the world on us they have also caused many scandals, or at least let us enjoy scandals we wouldn’t otherwise have known or cared about. However, in amongst the fun there have also been some truly shocking moments. Survivor Thailand … [Read More...]

Jerry Reed: Road to Success

Jerry Reed: Road to Success

Jerry Reed is probably the most recognized trucker musician. He was a singer/songwriter and actor. His personality shined through in a way that drew people into to what he was doing. In 1959, Reed's song "Soldier's Joy" hit the charts of the Bubbling Under The Top 100 and Cashbox Country. Reed continued his run as a hit maker in the 1960's with "Guitar Man" and he wrote songs for Elvis Presley and … [Read More...]

Harvey Ball: All Smiles

Harvey Ball: All Smiles

Birth of a Ball Born in Worcester, Massachusetts on July 10, 1921. Ball became an apprentice sign painter while attending Worcester South High School. After school, he studies fine arts at Worcester Art Museum School. War Time Serving in Asia and the Pacific during World War II, Ball was awarded the Bronze Star for Heroism. Ball served in the National Guard for the majority of his life, … [Read More...]

Chet and Jamie in Wait 'Till Your Father Gets Home

Forgotten in Primetime: Wait ‘Till Your Father Gets Home (1972-1974)

Starting as "Love and the Old Fashioned Father" on the popular series “Love, American Style”, Wait 'Till Your Father Gets Home was a wildly popular cartoon that premiered on September 1, 1972 on CBS. It was the first cartoon featured in the primetime slot airing Thursdays at 8:30 pm. The show lasted forty nine episodes and ended on November 1, 1974. This animated sitcom was years ahead of cartoons … [Read More...]

Time Travelling and Time Pieces

The Disappointing Aspects of Time Travelling the Movies Don’t Tell You About

According to the movies time travelling is fantastic. Sure, you might alter the course of history and almost destroy humanity in the process but just think about how much fun it always looks like. It’s a shame to think that time travelling isn’t as exciting as we are led to believe that it is. If you don’t believe me then take a look at this evidence. Your Life Is, Was and Will Be Kind of … [Read More...]

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Would You Rather Endure an Evening with Tom Cruise or Watch Mission Impossible?

There are many ways to suffer a horrible evening and there are two particular fears of mine; being stuck somewhere alone with Tom Cruise or being forced to watch Mission Impossible. So which one would be worse? It looks like it is going to be a close one to call but let’s see if we can work it out. The Boredom Factor You would think that a multi millionaire actor who has worked with some of the … [Read More...]


Popular Giants of Professional Wrestling

Professional wrestling started as a carny or (carnival) act many years ago. As with the traditions of the carnival, there were odd and bizarre shows held to keep the customers entertained. One of the carnivals most popular acts was the freakshow. Freakshows featured mainstays like The Bearded Lady, Wolf Boy, the Two Headed Man, and always featured the tiniest person and the giant. Pro Wrestling … [Read More...]