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The Perfect Way to Hold Your Hamburger According to Science
As an American, you've probably experienced this. You're holding a burger the size of your head, take a bite, and half the toppings fall out the back onto your plate or your lap.
People Slow To React Are More Likely to Die Prematurely (DUH!)
The results of this study seem, well, obvious. Being slow to react can get you eaten, injured or splattered across your computer screen. While we probably already know this, a new study offers evidence of how much speed of response still matters: In men and women from ages 20 to 59, slower than average reaction time turned out to be a pretty good predictor of premature death. (YIKES).
And Yet Another Reason Why Mace Doesn’t Own House Cats
Mace is a dog person and Miller is a cat person. The debate continues on which is better. Yet we find ANOTHER reason why Mace is NOT a cat person. This cat could murder you in your sleep!
25 Best Songs to Boost Your Workout
Working out can really be a good thing. It can get better if you have the right music to exercise to. Mace and Miller have found the top 10 songs to work out to. Take time to download to your smart device and create your own workout mix...
What To Do When It’s Really Cold Outside [VIDEO]
The cold weather "up north" is all the talk here in the south. Here is a great video of a guy in Hayward, Wisconsin showing us what those crazy "cheese heads" do when it is below zero. OK we admit, the ice bubbles are pretty neat but jumping in the water is just plain NUTS...
An Over-the-Top Halloween Light Display, Set to ‘What Does the Fox Say’
Another new over-the-top Halloween light display is picking up a bunch of hits on YouTube. And it'll probably rack up a lot more, because it's set to the year's weirdest song, "What Does the Fox Say".
Ohio State Band Plays Tribute to Michael Jackson In This Awesome Video
The Ohio State marching band did a bunch of Michael Jackson songs at a football game against Iowa State on Saturday. And the highlight was when they made it look like a 150-foot-tall version of him was moonwalking down the field.
How Would You Sum Up Your Life in One Short Sentence
This is a pretty entertaining thing to do with friends, or a good way to do some tough self-reflection when you're alone and willing to be honest. How would you summarize your life in just one short sentence?
A Three-Year-Old Kid Scolds Himself for Eating Too Much Food Because He Thinks He’ll Overflow the Toilet
A video that was posted back in February is suddenly getting a ton of hits on YouTube. It's the parent of a three-year-old kid, recording him through the bathroom door while he's talking to himself. So you can't see him, but you can hear him.
Were These 9/11 Ads In Poor Taste?
We heard about the golf course with the $9.11 special earlier this week. And yesterday, a handful of companies once again tried to blend 9/11 tributes with product placement. Here are the ones that are getting the most back lash on social media.
Bizarre Magazines That You Didn’t Know Existed
People still read magazines, and apparently they are a niche market these days.
The Beloit College Mindset List for the Class of 2017
Each August since 1998, Beloit College in Wisconsin has released the Beloit College Mindset List, providing a look at the cultural touchstones that shape the lives of students entering college this fall. The list (prepared by Beloit’s former Public Affairs Director Ron Nief and Keefer Professor of the Humanities Tom McBride) was originally created as a reminder to faculty to be aware of dated refe