This Yahoo! News story say researchers/scientists, in Australia, concluded that the best-fed male cr
Technology and Happiness says by most standard Americans are better off now than they were in the middle of the last century. If you ask Americans how happy they are, you find that they're no happier than they were in 1946 (which is when formal surveys of happiness started).
This Yahoo! News story says the increasing popularity of gift cards is shifting an ever-larger percentage of holiday sales past Christmas into January and even later--and that's both good and bad news for merchants.
2 Credit Card Stories: Who checks the credit card receipt/transaction signatures? & People will sign anything!Submitted by ant on Wed, 12/22/2004 - 5:12pm. Funny Pictures | Personal | Reading Materials | Shopping | Sight Seeings
The Credit Card Prank is a test to see if anyone would notice the fake signatures/drawings/scribbles on the credit card receipts/transactions? It was funny to read and see the scanned images (love those drawings and unreadable scribbles).
People Will Sign Anything shows a funny Halloween receipt. Haha!
NONAGS posted a funny image:
KaT shared an amusing story (another one, but with two video clips) titled "Christmas Goes Nuts in Cincinnati". The tree-dwelling rodents, which aren't part of the zoo's official animal population, steal Christmas light bulbs, reports WLWT-TV. Apparently, the squirrels think the bulbs are nuts and unscrew them from the displays for the zoo's famed Festival of Lights.
Something Awful has a theme on "Least Qualified Authors" -- "Book writing sure seems to be like 'the thing to do' right now. I mean look at Jose Canseco. He's coming out with a tome that's going to blow the MLB wide open. Forget about the fact he's managed to piss away $47 million or so. I mean, that wouldn't make me want to put a book out in the vain hopes of reclaiming some time in that warm, warm spotlight. Heavens no."