You thought you weren’t doing anything wrong, so why should you care about who they call a terrorist? Well, you may not believe it, but you’re likely a terror suspect in America’s new paradigm of the Land of the Fear.
Are we hurting our noggins? Internationally, are there social customs, diseases, pollutants, school policies, parental choices, drugs, diets and philosophies that cause, or are correlated with, decreased intelligence?
After reading this infographic, the stadium full of University of Texas Longhorn fans holding up their hands in a symbol of team spirit has a whole new meaning.
Hand gestures, like culturally specific slang, do not always translate well across countries.
American travelers have enough to worry about without inadvertently insulting someone.
The peace sign moonlights as an often censored expletive when thrown up in Australia or New Zealand, and gesturing to “come here” with the pointer finger is punishable with jail time in the Philippines.
Your very own 360-square-foot home for a total of $4,000? Not bad, but it means living in a shipping container... perhaps NOT so ridiculous!
A woman in California, near broke and sick of paying rent, has inspiringly done what any sensible person in her situation would do: move into a shipping container. The woman, Lulu, said she got the container, which was used to ship items back and forth from China, for free. Then she spent less than $4,000 turning into a surprisingly nice home, all on her own. It has windows, hot water, a lofted room for her daughter, and a working kitchen. As Lulu puts it, in her home country of Argentina, many would consider the house quite nice.
"Every once in a while a study pops up on the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic database known as MEDLINE that not only confirms the therapeutic relevance of natural substances in cancer treatment, but blows the conventional approach out of the water."