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9 Things That Will Happen If We Go Over The Fiscal Cliff

You’ve undoubtably heard a lot of about the looming ‘Fiscal Cliff’ our nation faces if Congress can’t reach a deal by January 1st.  However, there is a lot of confusion about what exactly will happen if an agreement isn’t reached.  Here are nine that may affect your life: -American Cheese will simply be referred to as ‘cheese’ -That … Continue reading

Fun With News Headlines – Boxing Day Edition

If you follow this site at all, you know about the discovery I’ve made that just may change the face of journalism forever.  I’ve found that by changing the photos that accompany news headlines, the stories become much more intriguing.  Here’s this week’s installment: Is Les Miserables Oscar-Worthy? Storm Could Pose Threat To Holiday Travel … Continue reading

Fun With News Headlines – Volume 5

If you follow this site at all, you know about the discovery I’ve made that just may change the face of journalism forever.  I’ve found that by changing the photos that accompany news headlines, the stories become much more intriguing.  Here’s this week’s installment: Butler Takes Down Indiana Obama Mulls New Cabinet Picks Man Arrested … Continue reading

Fun With News Headlines- Volume 4

If you follow this site at all, you know about the discovery I’ve made that just may change the face of journalism forever.  I’ve found that by changing the photos that accompany news headlines, the stories become much more intriguing.  Here’s this week’s installment: Fighter Throws Brutal Right Hook To Knock Out Manny Fox Shows … Continue reading

Fun With News Headlines

If there’s one reason why young people don’t keep up with current events, it’s because of boring news headlines accompanied by dull matching photographs. Over the weekend, I made an amazing discovery.  If you alter the picture, the headline becomes much more enticing.  Below are some examples linking to actual stories. John McCain To Hecklers: ‘Shut … Continue reading

One Paragraph Essay: Getting Young People To Vote

They say more young people vote for the next American Idol than in the Presidential Election, but I think with a few changes, our nation could change that trend.  First of all, allow people to vote with their cell phones.  I say if they want to take their phones in the voting booths let them!  Second, instead … Continue reading

11 Signs That Sesame Street Is No Longer Receiving Public Funding

Ever since the first Presidential Debate, there has been much concern over the future of Sesame Street and whether or not it will continue to receive public funding.  Here are ten signs the show has been slashed from the government’s budget: -There’s suddenly a Wal-Mart on Sesame Street “competing” with Hooper’s Store. -Instead of his … Continue reading

The Frustrated Dictator

If you’re a dictator, probably the most frustrating thing is when you send your main General a text message ordering him to gather 100 slaves and auto-correct changes the word “slaves” to “plates.”

The Horrible, Horrible Speech Brad Pitt Had Planned For The Republican National Convention

Last night’s speech by Clint Eastwood at the Republican National Convention left many people puzzled.  Eastwood was slated to be the surprise speaker at the RNC, but surprisingly, the GOP had planned to bring in Hollywood hunk Brad Pitt to speak.  The party quickly changed its mind after reading the speech below. We got our … Continue reading

One Paragraph Essay: Tips for delivering a speech at a convention

If you’re running for president and have to deliver a speech at a convention, there are many messages you need to get across, but it’s crucial to make sure your speech isn’t boring.  There are several things that you can do to keep the interest of your audience.  First of all, begin your speech with … Continue reading

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