I have a lot of cologne. Some would argue, “Too much cologne”. Simply put, I like to smell nice, and it’s a stupid little obsession that I allow myself to indulge in every couple of months. Since Black Friday is upon us I thought I would put together a lists of colognes that you can pick […]
I’m going to keep this article really short, and highlight one PC and one Mac computer that I think are the best laptops for college students in 2013. I’ve based my suggestions on price, performance, portability, and a variety of other factors that are important to college students. If you are looking for a new computer […]
The Met Ball was Monday night. Mark Sanford is a new representative in the House for South Carolina. Climate change is starting to affect wine and carbon dioxide levels are at an all-time high. Jacob Lew changes up his signature. Syria shut down its internet (but turned it back on in 10 hours).
Are You in the Loop? The White House Correspondent’s Dinner, Jason Collins, and Gay Marriage in Rhode Island.
The White House Correspondent’s Dinner was held last Saturday. Jason Collins comes out, becoming the first male American athlete in a major sport to do so. Rhode Island legalizes gay marriage. There was an attack on a Syrian village.
The media is getting a clearer and clearer picture of what happened last week in Boston and the motives of the two brothers. There was an earthquake in Sichuan. A building in Bangladesh collapsed leaving at least 300 dead and many missing. The H7N9 flu has spread to Taiwan. France and Rhode Island legalized gay marriage.
A lot of people died this week. There was the Boston Marathon bombs, the fertilizer plant explosion in Waco, TX, and the MIT police officer late on Thursday night. The Senate rejected the bill calling for background checks on buying guns. Adam Scott won the Masters. New Zealand ok’ed gay marriage.