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The 10 Unsung Pizza Toppings You Must Try
You probably consider yourself a pizza connoisseur. You’ve been eating it since you grew teeth. You’ve had the meat supreme pies, the slices of Hawaiian, and maybe even sampled (against all reason) taco pizza. You’ve had it all. You haven’t even begun, according to this list of the best unsung pizza toppings you must try. It’s assembled by a pizzaiolo at the pinnacle of his game: Tony Liu, chef at Pulino’s in New York City. So if you’re to call yourself a real pizza aficionado, it’s time to start eating.
The Web’s 10 Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
If we had to choose one simple comfort food to eat for the rest of our lives, it would be grilled cheese. Sure we would eventually have to pay for two airline seats and purchase a Neti Pot to keep our nostrils clear, but you know what, it’d be worth it. If you’re in the same boat, here are The Web’s Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches that you can cook up and enjoy too.
The 30 Most Powerful Sports Photographs Of All Time
Derek Redmond was a British Olympic sprinter (400 meters) in the '80s and early '90s. His career had been plagued by injuries that forced him to drop out of the 1988 Olympics just before his race. He had eight surgeries between 1988 and 1992 and by the time the Barcelona games came along he was ready to go. In the semifinals his hamstring snapped after 150 meters. A stretcher was brought out but Redmond refused it. And pulled himself up and began limping to the finish. His father ran through security to be with his son and helped him cross the finish line.
7 Stories of People Who Refused to be Limited
Is it just me, or are there more and more global news stories about disabled people accomplishing feats that would be quite newsworthy for able-bodied people? I believe it is happening more and more, as modern attitudes about those who’ve had physical setbacks change to reflect reality. People termed “disabled” have always had the will to accomplish what others thought impossible, but now the people around them are seeing the possibilities more and more. And we can’t discount the effects of instant news coverage, which both inspires others and brings us stories we would not otherwise know.
12 Reckless Uses of a Fire Extinguisher
We all know that fire safety is to be taken seriously, and there are plenty of videos on the web that can show you the correct way to use a fire extinguisher. There also happen to be a whole load of videos of people using them in funny, creative and downright dangerous ways. Here we look at some of the best, and worst, videos of people using extinguishers in ways not recommended by the manufacturer.
5 Things We Learned From Playing DOOM
The developer of DOOM, id Software, was previously known best for creating Wolfenstein 3D, a spectacular romp through a castle with rooms all the same height where the player character concerns himself with killing Nazis and stealing their treasure (hint: the Nazis love secret doors!). But how do you top a game about fighting Nazis? What foe could be more evil than the Third Reich? Oh, right. Demons. With guns! Where theology, science and gigantic firearms intersect, the groundbreaking game DOOM exists. As an unnamed Space Marine stationed on one of the Martian moons, it is your mission to survive the impending onslaught of demons and make your way into the very heart of hell.
10 Great Overlooked Comedies
This list covers comedy gems that haven’t received the fame or recognition that, in my opinion, they deserve. They’ve largely been forgotten and dropped out of sight, but need a one-time viewing at least. I’ve omitted the films which featured in the AFI or BAFTA all-time lists and tried to ignore cult comedies like Office Space, Blues Brothers, Wayne’s World and High Fidelity. Other than that, they’re basically a personal choice, and so are open to scrutiny, comments and discussion.
22 Most Shoplifted Items: Organized Shoplifting Rises As Economy Stays Weak
Shoplifting is on the rise. Nineteen out of 20 retailers have been victims of organized retail crime over the past year, according to a report released by the National Retail Federation on Tuesday. That is up from 16 out of 20 in 2007. And two-thirds of retailers said they have seen an increase in organized retail crime over the past year. Organized retail crime involves shoplifting with the intent of selling the goods, according to the report. Thieves usually sell stolen goods on street corners, at flea markets, or at pawn shops; return them for fraudulent refunds; or sell them online through auction sites and other websites. Organized retail crime is most common in Atlanta, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, and San Francisco, according to the report.
Top 10 Best Colognes for Men
They say that the clothes make the man, but in some cases it is the cologne that stands out above all else. If you are looking for a great smelling cologne to attract the ladies then you have come to the right place.