Economy

Denny’s Creates Special Breakfast For The 1% — Costs $300

Denny’s Creates Special Breakfast For The 1% — Costs $300

The Denny’s that opened Friday in New York City’s Financial District offers a $300 version of its well-known Grand Slam wakeup — complete with a bottle of 2004 Dom Perignon Premier Cru Champagne. Looks like Wall Street and the 1% have a new “power” breakfast. The breakfast, fit for a king, is called the “Grand […]

Posted in: Wall Street
Over Confidence – Dangerous and Contangious

Over Confidence – Dangerous and Contangious

If you have ever heard or seen clips of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh ranting on about how the President is “going to lead a war on traditional marriage,” or the like, then you have probably noticed that most things he says are senseless. But he’s got spunk, and various studies have shown that you […]

Indian Factory Workers Beat CEO to Death
By July 12, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Indian Factory Workers Beat CEO to Death

A huge mob of Indian workers has recently beaten their CEO to death. Workers at the jute factory beat the owner amidst a dispute over increasing their working hours, police informed the Associated Press, after arresting six factory workers. Originally, four suspects were arrested on Sunday, which was then followed by two on Monday. All […]

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New Chemical Process Could Make Ammonia a Practical Car Fuel
By June 26, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

New Chemical Process Could Make Ammonia a Practical Car Fuel

A startling new discovery made by scientists at the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), is proving a truly viable solution to the challenges of storage and cost of alternative fuel. The discovery uses ammonia as a clean and secure hydrogen-containing energy source in order to produce hydrogen on-demand. Researchers claim that a two-liter reaction chamber […]

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This One World Cup Image Says It ALL About Brazil’s Inequality
By June 16, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

This One World Cup Image Says It ALL About Brazil’s Inequality

Recently the hacktivist group Anonymous took down a slew of World Cup associated, and Brazilian government websites. Many outside of South America were left wondering what FIFA and the World Cup had done to get in the crosshairs of both Anonymous and thousands of protestors this year. One image has answered that question for many […]