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10 Most Bizarre (Yet Real) Job Interview Questions

Jan 7th 2011 4:43PM Hopefully elephants float. Otherwise the displaced water doesn't mean a thing.

Most Expensive House in U.S.? A Shack

Nov 24th 2010 11:54AM Bill, realize that there's a difference between cultural opportunities in CA and illegal immigrants. Don't be such a racist. Come to CA and see that its more than pot and illegals. Besides, if living in CA means I stay away from you, I'd stay here forever.

But having said that, you're so high strung you just need to smoke some pot and relax...

Most Expensive House in U.S.? A Shack

Nov 24th 2010 11:46AM Bill, realize that there's a difference between cultural opportunities in CA and illegal immigrants. Don't be such a racist. Come to CA and see that its more than pot and illegals. Besides, if living in CA means I stay away from you, I'd stay here forever.

But having said that, you're so high strung you just need to smoke some pot and relax...

Designer Burgers the New Steak in Tough Times?

Sep 17th 2010 12:51PM I LOVE LOVE hamburgers, but I'm terrified to eat non-organic beef - especially ground beef. I really wish American beef farmers and the beef industry would stop using all the crap and non-food in the beef. The thought of a generic burger from a generic restaurant is so offensive to me based on the fillers ("pink slime") and antibiotics most likely contained in the beef. Our job as consumers is to demand healthy, clean beef products and practices, and hamburgers will quickly jump back to the top of my favorite food list. The food industry will give consumers what they want - their success depends on it.

The Daily Fix: Get Rid of Fruit Flies

Jul 22nd 2010 4:16PM Jerry - Your idea is hilarious (and I'm sure very effective), but unfortunately I think you already drank all the red wine!

Premium gasoline sells for 38 cents a gallon this week

Aug 15th 2008 3:58PM no way is this stealing! its totally the station owner's responsiblity to ensure his product is priced properly. its not like the gas was labeled $3.89 and people were only paying $0.38. outside of big oil companies making record profits, and outside of a 'robin hood' feeling this gives the public, its the owner's fault for the incorrect price. in most (if not all) states, retail laws in say if a product's price is mis-labeled lower than intended, they must give the customer the product for the lower price. this is what happened, and it's not stealing in the least.

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