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25 Right-Wing Politicians Who Had Gay Sex Scandals
Family Values? These politicos share a few things in common. They all championed family values, vehemently opposed gay rights and allegedly snuck out of the closets to enjoy sex with other men. Check out the most memorable of the many.
20 Rare Photos Of Steve Jobs That You Probably Havenít Seen Yet
I entered into the world of blogging in late 2007. Iíve seen ups and downs in my journey specially when recession hit the market and turned things upside down for everyone. The only thing that kept me going was the fact that I loved what I did. A big credit for that goes to Steve Jobs who once inspired me during his Stanford University speech in 2005. He said ďYou have got to find what you love. The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you havenít found it yet, keep looking. Donít settle. As with all matters of the heart, youíll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. So keep looking until you find it. Donít settle. Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.Ē As a tribute to this great man we have gathered a list of 20 rare photos of Jobs that you probably havenít seen yet.
The 5 Most Famous Irish Actors
Whether itís civil war, famine, persecution, or the lampooning of its treasured folklore, Ireland has had it rough. But that hasnít stopped these 5 Famous Irish Actors from making a name for themselves and The Emerald Isle: Despite being 58 years old, Belfast-born Liam Neeson is one of the most awesome actors working in Hollywood today. Heís been acting in films since 1977, when he played Jesus Christ in a film adaptation of The Pilgrimís Progress, but the real breakthrough role came in 1990 when Liam was cast as the titular character in Sam Raimiís Darkman. Neesonís face was obscured for most of the film (thankfully) because his character was grotesquely disfigured and left for dead by his arch nemesis, the Dean from Dorm Daze 2.
10 Richest Criminals of All Time
Anyone who says crime doesnít pay should take a look at these men and women. This collection of bank robbers, drug dealers, crime lords and general scumbags shows that if you want to get ahead, sometimes it helps to chop off a few headsÖ (Note: white collar criminals like Bernard Madoff werenít considered for this list; our focus was criminals of a more hardcore caste.)
8 Grossest Things Bear Grylls has Consumed
Bear Grylls is one tough dude. Best known for his television series "Man vs. Wild," the 37-year-old was the youngest Briton to climb Mount Everest (when he was 23) and was a member of the U.K. Special Forces. In 1996, he badly injured his spine when his parachute failed to completely deploy, sending him plummeting to the ground which he hit with high speed. Eighteen months later, he was standing on the summit of Everest. In addition to his climbing feats, Bear has crossed the North Atlantic in an inflatable boat, circumnavigated the U.K. on a jet ski, paramotered over both Mount Everest and Angel Falls in Venezuela, and even once rowed for 22 miles, naked, in a homemade bathtub along the Thames River to raise money for a friend who had been badly injured in a climbing accident.
Cut Your Cable Bill: 10 Legal Alternatives to Costly Cable
How much money are you spending to sit and stare at an electronic black box every month? Iíll give you the numbers. On average, American cable and satellite viewers pay $71 per month, which adds up to a staggering $852 a year. Canadians pay a steep price too. A recent CRTC report found the average Canadian cable subscriber spent close to $50 per month in 2009, while satellite subscribers paid $66 per month. Thatís why I fired my cable company, quit paying for satellite television, and started using a few legal alternatives to get my TV fix. And thanks to the burgeoning market of new web-based and wireless services, breaking up with your service provider is easy and could save you a bundle, especially if you watch TV online.
5 Things About Bar Fights that Every Movie Gets Wrong
Bar fights in movies are always fun to watch for the same reason boxing matches in movies are always fun to watchómovies make them way more entertaining than they are in real life. In front of a camera, bar fights exist on a different plane Ė one filled with exquisitely-choreographed kicks and punches that skips past any real consequences and makes it seem like bar fighting is something you might want to try.
30 Common English Idioms and the History Behind Them
Every language and dialect involves its own complex system of idioms, metaphors and other bits of figurative language that oftentimes perplex non-native speakers. However, even some of the most well-educated individuals don't always know how even the most familiar phrases popped into being. While not a comprehensive list by any definition, the following summaries explore some of the more popular English-language idioms. Be sure to click on the links for more detailed information.
8 Bike Share Capitals of the World
There are now almost 300 bike share programs around the world, from France to China, providing inhabitants with smart, environmentally friendly ways to get around. So just where can you take advantage of bike share? Here are eight bike sharing cities that we love.
The 10 Most Segregated Urban Areas in America
Decades after the end of Jim Crow, and three years after the election of Americaís first black president, the United States remains a profoundly segregated country. That reality has been reinforced by the release of Census Bureau data last week that shows black and white Americans still tend to live in their own neighborhoods, often far apart from each other. Segregation itself, the decennial census report indicates, is only decreasing slowly, although the dividing lines are shifting as middle-income blacks, Latinos and Asians move to once all-white suburbs ó whereupon whites often move away, turning older suburbs into new, if less distressed, ghettos.