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Airlines to Start Charging Based on How Much Passengers Weigh

Steak, $1.99 a pound…check. Peanuts, $3.00 a pound…check. Airline ticket, $10.00 a pound? Major carriers around the world are now working to change their current ticketing systems to allow for charging passengers on how much they weigh, rather than the distance of the flight they...

McDonald’s Beer? Rice Prices Skyrocket

The price of rice in the world market doubled in just a few days after the internet world went abuzz on rumors that fast food giant McDonald’s Corporation has finalized negotiations with iconic Belgian-Brazilian brewery, Anheuser-Busch to supply its beer to its restaurants worldwide. The...

Google Makes “Facebook” Unsearchable, Declares “War”

Have you noticed it? Many Facebook users are up in arms regarding an apparent change on Google search.  It looks like the people at Google have yet again tweaked their algorithm (the math formula that determines what comes up in your searches), that users are...

$18,000+ Traffic Fine? Possible if You Live in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, the second most populous city in United States, passed a new ordinance today that will increase traffic fines for well-to-do drivers, while decreasing the the fines for low-income traffic violators. The new law, which was passed on a 14-1 vote during the city...

7-11 Brand Sold to Indian Conglomerate Tata Group

In a surprising move, Indian conglomerate Tata Group announced yesterday the acquisition of Dallas, TX based 7-Eleven, Inc for an undisclosed sum. Apoo Nahasapeemapetilon, Vice President of Operations for Tata Group said that because this is the first time the company is venturing into the...

“America the Beautiful”, Sung in Tsalagi (Cherokee) – Tops the Charts

Different song versions of America the Beautiful, sung in Tsalagi (Cherokee), has spiked the U.S. music charts and is now one of the most downloaded songs on iTunes. The songs, performed by different artists and musicians, are fast becoming the unexpected benefactors surrounding Coca-Cola’s now...

Manning Says Seahawks May Have Tampered with Equipment

Just a few hours after the humiliating Superbowl loss by the AFC champion Denver Broncos to the Seattle Seahawks, a controversy is beginning to surface about equipment tampering by the Seahawks. Denver quarterback Peyton Manning, during an interview this morning said he believes that Seattle...

Justin Bieber Throws a Temper Tantrum at NY Airport

It looks like authorities have their eyes on Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber’s every move, like goldfish in a bowl. Police at JFK airport in New York held Bieber’s entourage at the airport Friday on suspicion that Bieber’s group was carrying marijuana. However, drug sniffer-dogs...

Superbowl Halftime Show to be Performed at Remote Location

The NFL revealed today that due to the extreme weather forecast for February 2nd, the half time show for Superbowl XLVIII, which features Bruno Mars will be performed remotely, inside a dome, and shown on giant screens at the chilly Metlife Stadium instead. John Sycamore,...

1930’s Radio Broadcasts are Bouncing Back to Earth

Has your AM radio band been full of static, faint signals, and what seems like adjacent-station interference lately? It isn’t your radio folks, but signals transmitted from earth —  back in the 1930s. Modern civilization’s radio transmissions are now beginning to bounce back to earth,...