After the NRA successfully combated efforts at increased gun control throughout the United States, many were left asking just how many would have to die for the NRA to finally get behind some form of gun control. The NRA’s Wayne LaPierre held a Tuesday afternoon press conference where he finally answered that question.
On Wednesday morning Anthony Weiner released a new campaign commercial announcing his intent to run for Mayor of New York. It was a surprising move by the former Congressman, who was forced to resign after he tweeted pictures of his crotch to several women.
With the Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of summer just around the corner, New Jersey residents are hoping to see tourism return to normal following the devastating effects of October’s Superstorm Sandy. In an effort to convince tourists to return, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is urging Garden State residents to withhold their usual insults and complaints of tourists for this weekend.
Coming off a tough stretch that threatens to derail the Obama Administration’s plans for his second agenda, Americans are now holding President Obama accountable for late pizza delivery times.
Perhaps Beyonce’s 2008 Single Ladies was actually a prediction of the damaging power of video games to relationships? Regardless, this week’s release of the Call of Duty: Ghosts teaser trailer ensures that there will still be plenty of single ladies on the dating market for the foreseeable future.
As we still remember the mass fear that the world was coming to an end on December 21, 2012, numerous lawsuits are now emerging. For example, Chester Buttersworth of Brooklyn, New York, has been contacting his lawyer about how he wants to sue the country of Guatemala because their ancestors were incorrect about the end of the world happening.
A recent study conducted by various universities across the nation has found that in the last five years, the average attention span of most Americans has dwindled drastically. Researchers measured attention spans by observing how long an individual would watch a television show of their choosing before becoming bored with the program and turning to some other activity. The results are startling. The average attention span falls between 1 and 3 minutes. Post-observation interviews revealed that many feel they do not have time to focus that much on television or movies.