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Nick Offerman Reads 25 Tweets From Young Female Celebrities
Nick Offerman is an American actor, writer, and carpenter. In addition to acting, Offerman is also a professional boat builder and has a side business as a wood craftsman. Offerman makes furniture and other wooden structures such as canoes and boats at his woodshop. He is best known for his breakout role as Ron Swanson in the acclaimed NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.
50 of Your State's Weirdest Unexplained Phenomenons
Cape Canaveral's Launch Pad 34 is said to be haunted by the ghosts of three astronauts who died there after a tragic accident. Spacemen Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee were killed almost instantly on January 27, 1967, when a fire engulfed their Apollo I capsule as it was being tested for launch. Many witnesses, including NASA employees, say a weird feeling comes over all who approach the now-abandoned launch pad. More disturbing, the astronauts' dying screams can be heard at times. Though at one point NASA allowed visitors to tour the facility, due to what the agency calls "strange occurrences," the haunted launch pad is no longer open to the public.
10 Greatest Novelists Who Started Their Careers as Teachers
They say that those who can, do, and those who canít, teach. Yet these great novelists show that a teaching career is entirely compatible with success and critical acclaim. Each of these renowned and respected novelists started their career as teachers and, in some cases, even used their experiences as inspiration in their novels.
Married... With Childrenís 20 Greatest Sports Moments
Each week, Sports On TV looks at the 20 (or so) greatest sports-related moments from television shows that aren't always about sports. This week we tackle the low-brow 1987-97 FOX classic 'Married... With Children', and honestly, it's the closest we've come to saying f**k it and just writing about sports shows. MWC featured more sports moments and guest appearances than almost any other sitcom, and even featured a sports moments clip-show in the middle of its 10th season. Instead of just finding that on YouTube and posting it here, we've put together our own list. The entire run of 'Married...' is currently streaming on Netflix, so if you read about Al Bundy punching a heavyset lady in the stomach or beating a bunch of old people at track and field and want to check it out, you can do so there.
The 5 Lies Your Girlfriend Says to Her Friends About You
Having a girlfriend can be a beautiful thing. Youíve always got someone to cuddle with Ė okay, weíre guessing itís more than just that. She seems to always want to make you dinner. And of course, sheís there to take care of you when youíve had just a little bit too much to drink, and find yourself passing out on the couch every weekend. Thanks to you always being there for her, she just canít help but brag about you to all her little friends. But before you go off thinking youíre the biggest stud around, we wanted to remind you that just because she talks about you, doesnít mean that whatís sheís saying is necessarily the truth. So sit back and see the lies your chick just canít help but tell everyone about, and decide for yourself if itís a good or bad thing.
15 Professions With Strange and Wonderful Names
Historical employment records are full of fantastic job titles that donít often show up in todayís classifieds. Here are 15 professions with very interesting names.
10 Best Undergraduate Engineering Schools
When choosing a school for engineering undergraduate degree, be very wary of rankings. This is especially true in engineering. Engineering college rankings take into account things like external funding, faculty publications and reputation. If Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) burned to the ground, the inertia of its reputation would still get it ranked #1 in engineering for the next decade. Rankings based on these criteria are useful if you are looking for a good place to get a graduate degree. Otherwise, the story is different. Chances are that undergraduate classes in these highly ranked places are taught by research assistants who are working on their Ph.D.ís. These students are more interested in getting their degrees than they are about teaching.
5 Easy Ways to Get Your Business Blog Banned by Google
As your business blog grows, youíre likely to find that a lot of visitors find their way to your blog through search engines, particularly Google. While itís very important do keyword research and use search engine optimization techniques in an effort to increase that search engine traffic (stay tuned to BusinessLogs for search engine optimization tips coming later this week), there are some things that you must avoid, no matter how tempting, else you run the risk of having your business blog banned by Google. In simplest terms, Google uses a proprietary search algorithm as well as human analysis to detect sites that use search engine optimization techniques which artificially inflate the results Google returns for keyword searches. If your business blog is caught doing any of the things listed below, your blog will be flagged as spam and may very well be banned from all Google search results going forward.
6 Security Strategies from a Top Cybercrime Cop
If you show up at Gordon Snow's home and need to check your email, don't expect to jump on his computer or Wi-Fi network. He'll want a scan of your computer first. And sharing his password with you? Forget about it. Security is serious business for this USAA member who, until just recently, served as assistant director of the FBI's Cybercrime Division. And he wants you to take it seriously too. "I really do believe that cybersecurity is the responsibility of every individual. You are only as strong as the weakest link," says Snow. The Internet Crime Complaint Center, run by the FBI and other organizations, processed more than 300,000 complaints last year, 120,000 of which were forwarded to law-enforcement agencies. And Kaspersky, a cybersecurity firm, recently reported that the number of Web-based malicious software attacks topped 940 million in 2011 ó a 16% increase in just one year.