You can’t keep a good woman down. Apparently, neither can the mighty Mount Everest.
Tamae Watanabe, 73, of Japan broke the world record by becoming the oldest woman in history to climb the world’s highest mountain. She decided that breaking the world record once wasn’t good enough for her. So she climbed it again.
Graduation is just around the corner, and now is the time for high schoolers to start deciding what college they want to attend next semester and college grads to choose a career with the least potential for unemployment benefits in two years.
Some, however, won’t get a diploma that they can hang on their wall (assuming that they make enough to afford a frame for it). Here some ways to tell if you’ll be one of them.
There are few people who can’t get through their busy day without a cup of strong black coffee. It gets the blood moving, make your brain work faster and keeps you from falling down face first at your desk in a puddle of your own drool.
If you had the chance to borrow the ear of a real sitting U.S. president and could only ask him one question that every American was dying to know the truth about, what would it be? Will Smith’s oldest son Jaden got that chance, and completely failed.
President Obama might not be the most popular politician on the federal level, but compared to the approval ratings for other federal officials, at least his are in double digits. Seriously, that’s not a joke. We wish it was.
Just a few years ago, Facebook became a simple way for teenagers and old classmates to keep up with their friends while pretending to work. Now, it’s a billion dollar company with its own publicly traded stock.
The announcement offered its own share of shocked faces and flabbergasted statements. Here are some things that were probably said during Facebook’s IPO announcement.
Nothing can ruin a urban dweller’s day more than discovering that their bike has been stolen by some thoughtless thief. One bike rider, however, decided he wasn’t going to just roll on with his life and let them get away with it.
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