Peyton Manning Is Now The NFL’s All-Time Leader In Touchdown Passes

Link to article.


Move over Brett Favre. Peyton Manning is the NFL’s new all-time leader in career touchdown passes.

The Denver Broncos quarterback threw his 509th career passing touchdown on Sunday night against the San Francisco 49ers, passing Favre’s mark of 508 on the all-time list. After throwing his 507th and 508th career touchdown passes in the first quarter, the 38-year-old found wide receiver Demaryius Thomas for an 8-yard touchdown pass before halftime.

Continue reading

Featured Image -- 5819

Drake’s ‘How About Now’ Leaks — Is Nicki Minaj On New Song?

Originally posted on Hollywood Life:

On Oct. 19, a brand new Drake song was mysteriously leaked on Soundcloud! The track was immediately taken down, however, it is still floating around the internet. Do you think that sounds like Nicki Minaj in the beginning of the track? Listen!

Any day with a new Drakesong is a good day! A young Soundcloud user leaked a new Drake tune that may or may not be part of his upcoming album, Views From The Six. The is double exciting because the voice in the beginning of the song sounds just like Nicki Minaj!

View original 239 more words

Featured Image -- 5815

Hollywood Egos & Ben Stiller’s Underrated Contributions to Filmmaking

Originally posted on Seroword:

Around early November 2013, The Hollywood Reporter released the latest episode of their impressive roundtable series in which cinema’s biggest names come together to discuss their processes in creating stunning cinema. Among the big names were the creators of possibly the best films of last year, including Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave), David O Russell (American Hustle), Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips) and Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity). Across the opposite side of the table sat Ben Stiller, a name unlikely to pop up in Oscar conversation or film commentary at all. His presence was cemented by his latest release The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, a movie coined by many critics to be the Forrest Gump of the twenty first century. Yet even if Mitty did turn out to be such a feat, his presence would still look somewhat underwhelming amongst these…

View original 873 more words

Featured Image -- 5806

GM’s Hit and Run: How a Lawyer, Mechanic, and Engineer Blew Open the Worst Auto Scandal in History

Originally posted on PandoDaily:


As the sun was setting on a stormy Georgia day, Brooke Melton was 30 miles outside of Atlanta in her Chevy Cobalt. It was March 10, 2010, her birthday, and the 29-year-old pediatric nurse was on her way to her boyfriend’s to celebrate.

Melton had purchased the white GM Cobalt in 2005, the year the four-cylinder compact first rolled out of factories, and lately it had been giving her trouble. A week earlier the engine had unexpectedly shut off. Melton managed to pull over to the side of the road and restart it, but the incident shook her. She phoned her father, who advised her to bring the car in to the local dealership. So she wouldn’t forget, Melton scribbled a list of the problems in a notebook: “Key locking in the ignition,” she wrote. “Suddenly shutting off while driving and unable to turn vehicle.” Under “strange knocking sound” she…

View original 7,572 more words

Jack the Ripper: Scientist Who Claims to Have Identified Notorious Killer Has ‘Made Serious DNA Error’

Link to article.

‘Error of nomenclature’ undermines case against Polish immigrant barber accused of carrying out the atrocities in 1888

It was supposed to have been the definitive piece of scientific evidence that finally exposed the true identify of Jack the Ripper after he had brutally murdered at least five women on the streets of Whitechapel in the East End of London, 126 years ago.

A 23-year-old Polish immigrant barber called Aaron Kosminski was “definitely, categorically and absolutely” the man who carried out the atrocities in 1888, according to a detailed analysis of DNA extracted from a silk shawl allegedly found at the scene of one of his murders.

Continue reading

Spanish Nurse Tests Negative for Ebola Virus

Link to article.

Teresa Romero Ramos, the Spanish nurse who contracted Ebola, is pictured with her dog Excalibur in this undated handout photo provided on 8 October 2014

Teresa Romero treated two Ebola patients in a hospital in Madrid

The Spanish nurse who became the first person to contract Ebola outside West Africa has now tested negative for the virus, the Spanish government says,

The result suggests Teresa Romero, 44, is no longer infected – although a second test is required before she can be declared free of Ebola.

Continue reading

Sex or Deaf? Hugh Hefner’s Viagra Story

Link to articles.


Playboy entrepreneur Hugh Hefner is having a week. First, we found out that his 25-year-old fiancee Crystal Harris called off their wedding and now his 21-year-old twin girlfriends Karissaand Kristina Shannon are moving back into the Playboy Mansion. The Shannon twins, however, reported to the UK’s The Sun, that Hef has gone nearly deaf because of the Viagra he uses.  According to Karissa:

You have to lean down and talk into his good ear for him to understand you… We could sit right next to him and he wouldn’t have a clue what we said.

Continue reading