The folks at General Mills thought people would be excited that Cheerios now comes in peanut butter flavor, but parents of children with allergies are very upset about the new cereal. Continue »
We’re not even going to ask why they look like 2 teenage girls posing in front of a dirty bathroom mirror but we’re sure it’s some stuntastic stuff going on that we could never understand SMH
Check out more pictures from the epic sleepover…
Floyd Mayweather To Manny Pacquiao: “I Ain’t Goin’ To Jail ‘Til June So Come Catch This Fade Beyotch!!!”
Let’s get ready to rummmmmmbbbbbbbblllllle!! Continue »
Elsewhere In The World: 16 Dead, 205 Injured After Nigerian President’s Goons Clash With #OccupyNigeria Protests
Poor people still fed up in 2012. Continue »
Who owns this jewelry store? Hitler?!?! Continue »
ChitChatter: Amber Rose Says She Has PROOF That Kanye Took A Slice Out Of Kimmy’s Cakes!!! [Plus Video]
Kimmy…you got some ‘splainin’ to do!! Continue »
Random Ridiculousness: Drunk Woman Exposes Herself To One-Time, Urinates In Front Of The Cop, Then Kicks Him During Traffic Stop
This isht is gettin’ outta control… Continue »
GTFOH: Murderer Turned Attention Slore Casey Anthony Says She Never Wanted The Public To See Her Video Diaries
This beyotch… Continue »
Looks like another point for the “Legalize It” movement…
Smoking a joint once a week or a bit more apparently doesn’t harm the lungs, suggests a 20-year study that bolsters evidence that marijuana doesn’t do the kind of damage tobacco does.
The study by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham was released Tuesday by the Journal of the American Medical Association. Unlike cigarette smokers, marijuana users tend to breathe in deeply when they inhale a joint, which some researchers think might strengthen lung tissue. But the common lung function tests used in the study require the same kind of deep breathing that marijuana smokers are used to, so their good test results might partly reflect lots of practice, said Kertesz, a drug abuse researcher and preventive medicine specialist at the Alabama university.
On average, cigarette users smoked about 9 cigarettes daily, while average marijuana use was only a joint or two a few times a month – typical for U.S. marijuana users, Kertesz said.
The analyses showed pot didn’t appear to harm lung function, but cigarettes did. Cigarette smokers’ test scores worsened steadily during the study. Smoking marijuana as often as one joint daily for seven years, or one joint weekly for 20 years was not linked with worse scores. Very few study participants smoked more often than that.
Cigarettes are bad and marijuana…. not so much? Why does this seem like common sense to us? What do you think? Is this a step towards legalizing the herb or just comparing 2 of the same evils?
Hip-Hop Beef: Bryan “Baby” AKA “Birdman” Williams Addresses The Cash Money/YMCMB Position On The Drake And Common Battle On Big Boy’s Neighborhood [Video]
Is the Cash Money Capo planning on spitting his hot bars of fury toward Common too?!?! Continue »
These 2 just can’t seem to get it right. Continue »
Microsoft has been getting some major criticism for what some people are calling the “avoid ghetto” feature, which would supposedly let Windows Phone users steer clear of bad neighborhoods. Continue »
Just when the Girl Scouts decided to unveil a new cookie; Twinkies maker, Hostess Brands Inc. is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as soon as this week, a move that would mark the second significant court restructuring for the Twinkies and Wonder Bread baker in the past several years.
The Wall Street Journal cites people familiar with the matter, saying the makers of Twinkies, Wonder Bread and those iconic chocolate Hostess cupcakes with the squiggle of white icing, are carrying more than $860 million in debt.
Rising prices for sugar, flour and other ingredients the company needs to bake up its various smushy offerings are partly to blame, as well as the high labor costs that come with employing around 19,000 people. Even $2.5 billion in sales hasn’t been enough to meet those rising costs.
They’re also in debt to the tune of about $50 million to vendors, which are now asking for Hostess to pay up because of the financial straits, one source told the WSJ. Since the company has filed for Chapter 11 before, in a restructuring move in 2004, those in the know are calling this newest filing a Chapter 22 proceeding.
Might as well stockpile those Twinkies just in case. They’ll last forever anyway, right?