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12 Things You Didn’t Know About The Cast Of The Walking Dead
The much maligned, often loved, and always watched The Walking Dead returns to AMC this Sunday with a very promising season three. The new season will introduce two new characters considered by the graphic novel readers to be the most bad ass characters of the series — The Governor and Michonne — and season three also represents the meat of the novels. Assuming that Glen Mazzara picks up where he left off with the last half of the second season, The Walking Dead MIGHT actually become the show we’ve always wanted it to be, finally displaying the full potential we saw in the pilot of the series. Before we re-invest ourselves in the series, I thought it’d be fun to get to know the cast members a little better, so here is some fun personal and professional facts about 12 members of The Walking Deadcast.
6 Big Reasons Gun Owners Should Vote Like Rights Are At Stake
Think it’s alright to relax now? After all, didn’t a record number of people purchase firearms just before the 2008 presidential election anticipating a worst-case gun control scenario that never materialized? Whereas during his campaign Senator Barack Obama supported reintroducing the lapsed assault weapon ban, promised to eliminate an amendment requiring the FBI to destroy records of gun purchasers’ background checks and closing the so-called “gun show loophole”, he has not done any of these things. In fact, before the midterm elections he shelved a proposal to require gun dealers to report sales of semiautomatic rifles, and during his State of the Union address only weeks after the tragic Tucson shootings of Senator Gabrielle Giffords and others, made no mention of guns at all.
Inking And Driving - The 24 Tattoos of truTV
Technically, the saying goes "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," but I'd just as soon not get on her bad side.
20 Awkward 2012 Presidential Campaign Photos
American presidential elections can be summarized as follows: Whichever candidate seems less like they just got imported from a wax museum wins. Which provides for ample coverage of awkward moments. We found a score of U.S. Presidential campaign candidate photos that are less-than-inspiring for our future as a nation.
Muscle Car Flops: The 5 Least Muscular Muscle Cars
When the golden age of muscle cars ended in 1973, fuel shortages, insurance rate increases and emissions laws ushered in what has been popularly dubbed “The Malaise Era,” which saw low-compression, low-horsepower engines and cars that may have looked like muscle cars but sure didn’t perform like them. Here are some of the 98-pound weaklings of the immediate post-muscle era.
Top 10 Songs About Cars
Ever since its invention, the car has been a celebrated part of Western culture. It makes perfect sense that our modern troubadours would write anthems venerating our trusty vehicles and their owners.
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Top 10 Ways to Make Yourself Look and Be Smarter
Whether you're trying to survive an intensive college schedule or just want to seem smarter in front of your friends, you can do a lot of things to both look and be smarter. Here are ten simple tricks for boosting your real (and perceived) brain power.
The Quick 8: Clarifying 8 Horror Myths
The countdown to Halloween has started. At my house, Halloween is like Christmas. So, you’ll notice a larger-than-usual number of my posts this month will be focused on the creepy and macabre… starting with today! Today, we turn to Snopes to help us debunk (or validate!) a bunch of horror myths.
7 Extreme Versions of Normal Activities
You’ve heard of extreme sports before, but these tend to cover the types of sports that are somewhat extreme on their own, like base jumping, skateboarding and bungee jumping. These particular extreme sports are different in that they feature every day activities in some sort of extreme setting that suddenly makes something very normal very dangerous.
9 Non-Jazz Artists Heavily Informed By Jazz
It seems like every few weeks there's another album of jazz standards, classic songs dating as far back as the 1930s, sung by a pop musician. Recently, pop super freak Lady Gaga not only sang a duet with jazz vocalist and crazy-maker Tony Bennett, she stripped down and posed naked in his painting studio for the January issue of Vanity Fair! So where are the boundaries when it comes to music? Isn't jazz supposed to be played by uptight guys in expensive suits while rock 'n' roll is pounded out by hairy dudes in black leather or purple-haired sex kittens in fishnets? The following list of non-jazz artists heavily informed by jazz shows that great musicians, no matter how they may end up being branded by popular culture, enjoy and are inspired by all kinds of music.