Snickers always satisfies, and how many things can you say the same about in life? Turns out one peanut-packed bar can trigger a flood of good eating and living possibilities. Spoiler alert: Seinfeld fans might have seen this coming a long time ago.
Sweet deals are made of this: A bunch of digital stuff and a basket of dough from Uncle Sam.
They call it "Dirty Bread." Nope, it's not a slice of Wonder Bread in the hands of a drunk juggler. It's a Hungarian peasant food that features a hunk of smoked pork fat skewered on a stick and melted over an open fire! Mmm! Think s'mores for men.
If you prefer the taste of burger over lighter fluid in your mouth when you eat, and would rather not eat to the smell of your own singed hair, then consider PM's four favorite ways to light your fire; with a tip of the fireproof glove to Elon Musk and Hitachi Magic Wand.
“Sometimes Richard would suddenly say, ‘Let’s knock off and go somewhere and fool around!’ The usual place we went was a topless bar in Pasadena, called Gianone’s.”
What happens if you compare the quality of strip clubs in different cities to the performance of certain, pro athletes in those cities? In Atlanta Hawks’ Lou Williams’ case, there is a correlation between the two datasets that might affect how you bet on Lou’s next game.
We’re big fans of HP’s Instant Ink program: you pay for ink by the page you print, instead of paying by the cartridge. This HP ink comes in a “smart cartridge,” so HP knows when you’re low on ink. They automatically send you a new cartridge for free—it’s hard to beat that.