Mayweather Finally Admits He’s Scared of Pacquiao


Undefeated boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr. revealed during a recorded TV interview that he has always avoided a matchup with top contender Manny Pacquiao, citing his fear of losing his undefeated status, specially now that he is gearing towards retirement from the ring in a few years. During a recorded interview with KKBOX Sports TV in Memphis, Mayweather said that a defeat from Pacquiao would erase everything he had worked for — starting from his early years as a young olympic boxer — to the recent fights where he has earned hefty purses. “I have been lucky to have reached … Continue reading

October 27th, 2014 | 263 Comments | Read more

Phillip Morris Introduces Marlboro Marijuana Cigarettes


Phillip Morris, the world’s biggest cigarette producer, announced today that they will join the marijuana legalization bandwagon and start producing marijuana cigarettes. Marketed under the brand “Marlboro M”, the cigarettes will be made available for sale through marijuana-licensed outlets in the state of Colorado, and the state of Washington when it becomes commercially legal there later this year. Serafin Norcik, Phillip Morris’ Sr. Vice President for Marketing said in an interview that the company has been high on the idea of marketing cannabis, and has been monitoring the market for some time. It was only when the recent legalization initiatives … Continue reading

October 26th, 2014 | 5,052 Comments | Read more

IRS Declares No Taxes Due for Most Americans for Tax Year 2014

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Thousands of taxpayers are taking to the streets in New York this morning upon hearing the announcement of a tax break announced by the Internal Revenue Service at 9AM Eastern time this morning. The tax break, affecting the majority of U.S. taxpayers, will mean a tax refund of almost 100% of all personal income taxes withheld during the tax year ending in December 31, 2013. The law allows for the IRS to declare the tax break whenever there is any indication that such a break could help the U.S. economy. It enables any single taxpayer earning less than $80,000 a … Continue reading

April 1st, 2014 | 112 Comments | Read more