Breaking News: Google Stock Skyrockets After Acquiring Sony, Nintendo, & Xbox, Changes Android Play & PS Store Name To “Google PlayStation Store”

After shocking news of Google's acquisition of Sony today, after months of secret negotiations, the Google stock has skyrocketed once merging the Android Google Play Store and the Sony PlayStation Store, and renaming both to "Google PlayStation Store". The same will be done for the Xbox Live store. Currently the new name of the Google PlayStation Store on the PS4, PS3,... read more

Rainbow Six Siege (2015) | Excellent Gameplay Under One Mode But Fails To Impress, Limited Content, No Respawn, No Team Deathmatch

Rainbow 6 Siege is the long-awaited successor to Rainbow Six Vegas 2. I enjoyed playing it, for a couple days, but got quickly bored due to lack of content, lack of game modes, and lack of excitement. Rainbow Six Vegas 2 was perhaps my favorite first-person shooter game of all time. I continued playing the game on PS3 until no one was playing anymore, and then I bought... read more

New Indiegogo Crowdfunding Campaign Makes It Easier For People To Learn Skateboard Tricks!

I just picked up one of these little gadgets that will help you learn skateboard tricks faster! One of the primary things about skateboard tricks is getting down the physics and the muscle memory of the movement itself. Unfortunately, for newbies at skateboarding, this usually means you will fall - A LOT - before getting even your first trick down. If you are unlucky,... read more

Top Ten Great and Wonderful Things About Coastal Southern California

Some time ago I wrote a post about 10 reasons why California is not a great place to live. However, specifically the coastal area of Southern California within a few miles of the ocean does have its merits, albeit the benefits may not outweigh the detriments for many people. Nonetheless, in defense of California, here are some benefits of Southern California that you... read more

The U.S. Military Wastes $8 Billion Tax Dollars Building a Single Nuclear Warhead, Plans To Spend Another $100 Billion More To Make More

The military is at it again, flagrant and outlandish wasting of money paid for by hard working Americans, all of whom had zero say in the matter and most if not all who would never agree to this use of their tax money. You can see the worker above wincing at the thought of the $8 billion dollars, which includes half of his salary, being spent on this weapon of mass... read more

Quiz: Would You Survive On Mars?

You have taken a trip to Mars on one of the first manned Mars expeditions. Upon arriving, all seems to go smoothly, and you begin collecting samples. Suddenly, when you are out in the hills collecting rock samples and gauging the atmospheric pressure, you hear an explosion. It seems that the your space ship has reacted with some of the chemical composition of the local... read more

7 Powerful Ways To Boost Your Self Confidence And Live A Happier Life Today

Having great self-confidence is one of the best ways to achieve happiness and success in life. There are many reasons people have low self confidence; maybe you were bullied at school, or your parents divorced and you blame yourself, or maybe you had harsh parents or friends who criticized you more often then they should have. Or perhaps you lost your job, or failed at a... read more

Top Ten Reasons Why California Is No Longer The Place To Be Or Move To

I don't regret living in California, because it is truly a beautiful place and the weather truly is beautiful. In southern California near the ocean, anyway. It was nice to experience and I'm glad I was here to see the truth about what is really happening. However, after experiencing California, and after much thought and research, it would be regretful and foolish to... read more

Top Ten Things That You Don’t Get What You Pay For

You have probably heard the old adage, "you get what you pay for". However, this isn't always true, in fact, many times you really don't get what you pay for, especially in this day and age; and even more in our current struggling economy where desperation and greed are exasperating the plight in which many companies both large and small exploit society by overcharging... read more