October 14, 2012
This happened fast! 1:350 scale.
Jason Thompson, the son of former Governor and Wisconson Senate candidate Tommy Thompson, speaking this morning at a brunch attended RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said that "we have the opportunity to send President Obama back to Chicago -- or Kenya." A woman in attendance then chimed in "we are taking donations for that Kenya trip." A spokesman for Thompson did not immediately return a request for comment. Update The Thompson campaign emails: "The Governor has addressed this with his son, just like any father would do. Jason Thompson said something he should not have, and he apologizes." The spokesperson added that Tommy Thompson himself was not in attendance at the event.
He has season tickets, even though he can barely pay rent.
In today's Tampa Bay - Kansas City fiasco, this play happened, ruining football forever.
Ever wonder what it's like to jump 24 miles straight down and possibly break the sound barrier? Well, Felix Baumgartner did it so you wouldn't have to.
Tori is paralyzed in her back legs and uses a wheelchair to get around, but that doesn't stop her from enjoying adventures on the trails, trying skiing, and helping her mom with yardwork. If this little pup doesn't make you smile, I don't know what will.
Specter was first elected to the Senate in 1980 and served as a moderate Republican until he left the GOP in 2009, and lost his seat in 2010. He was 82 years old.
An injury in the 12th inning of the Detroit Tigers' win over the Yankees, means the end of the Yankee captain's season.
Greg Zenas had never played varsity soccer before, even though he has been team manager for the Dexter, Michigan high school for the last six years. On October 4, his team and coach Scott Forrester surprised him with the opportunity to play.
"Really not the best plan," Lynn Vincent tells The New Yorker.
Auto-tune might be annoying in actual music, but it makes the stuff politicians say sound a lot cooler.
Do you guys think if I get a jar and put some toys in it, a kitten will grow inside?