• Baby Shark Born With One Eye And White Skin Befuddles Fishermen And Scientists
    by Victor Shvarts on January 2, 2021 at 11:38 PM

    You never know what you’re going to find inside a dead fish. Granted, it’s not exactly a common phrase, but it’s no less true. Fishermen in Indonesia were astounded earlier this month when they were shocked at the discovery of a baby shark born with one eye and a pale white exterior.   What Happened?

  • Sadly Former AC/DC Guitarist Paul Matters Passed Away
    by Victor Shvarts on November 7, 2020 at 9:27 PM

    Matters, a native of Australia, is best known for his brief stint in the Australian rock band AC/DC. The bass guitarist was fired by the band soon after joining in 1975 but remains an interesting footnote in the history of the timeless rockers. He becomes the second former member of AC/DC to pass away after

  • Meet the Man Who Turned a VW Beetle into Awesome Motorcycles
    by Victor Shvarts on October 20, 2020 at 7:41 PM

    They say that anything old can be made new again. Whoever coined that phrase probably wasn’t talking about the famous Volkswagen Beetle. But that person probably also never met Brent Walter. Through hard work, ingenuity, and a little imagination Brent Walter made a new Volkspod motorcycle. In layman’s terms, he made a miniature motorcycle design

  • OMG! Simon Cowell Fall Off Bike And In Pain?
    by Victor Shvarts on October 6, 2020 at 5:28 PM

    The Setting Many of you know Simon Cowell due to his role on the standout show, “American Idol.” Cowell has always spoken his mind and been brutally honest with contestants. Well, after a bike accident in August, Cowell is lucky he can talk at all. The 60-year-old had quite the incident all while riding his

  • There Are Fewer Than 100 Pink Pugs In The World
    by Victor Shvarts on August 14, 2020 at 10:10 PM

    Who among us doesn’t smile whenever we see a pug? They have a sad but adorable face that’s almost irresistible, even if you prefer cats over dogs. Between that face and the unique way that pugs walk, there’s something special about this particular breed of dog. Of course, most people know that pugs typically have

  • You Won’t Believe What This Boyfriend Did To His Girlfriend!
    by Victor Shvarts on August 6, 2020 at 8:40 PM

    The video is just one minute long and is fast-forwarded rather than being in real-time. It also contains no audio, merely a cover of the Bruno Mars song “Just the Way You Are.” However, the emotion between the two people in the video is genuine. Explaining Alopecia The video depicts Eva Barilaro and her boyfriend

  • Terrible Trauma: Tik Tok Celeb Charli D’Amelio Has Surgery on Nose
    by Natalie Fishman on August 1, 2020 at 5:38 PM

    It was arguably the second-most important event in the life of the young Internet sensation this year after Charli D’Amelio and Chase Hudson broke up in April. However, fans shouldn’t be too concerned. By all accounts, D’Amelio is recovering both physically from her surgery and emotionally from the breakup and will be back to dancing

  • Who will Aries Fall Madly in Love With?
    by Rebecca White on July 10, 2020 at 11:14 AM

    When it comes to falling madly in love, Aries is pretty picky about who they feel is compatible. Which zodiac signs will people with strong Aries energy fall madly in love with? And which zodiac signs will cause Aries dominant people to run screaming for the hills? If you have one or more inner planets

  • PayPal and Visa Launch new Instant Transfer feature in Canada
    by Victor Shvarts on July 13, 2019 at 3:15 PM

    A new payment solution has been introduced by PayPal and Visa with a view to easing the frustration of payment bottlenecks for small and medium-sized businesses and consumers alike PayPal and Visa announced in a joint statement the launch of PayPal’s new Instant Transfer functionality in Canada. PayPal’s new functionality is powered by Visa Direct,

  • The Best Hobbies for a Real Mental Workout
    by Victor Shvarts on June 14, 2019 at 6:31 PM

      Photo Credit: Pixabay / CC0 1.0 For many years, we assumed that puzzle games such as Sudoku and crosswords were an excellent way to keep the mind active and healthy into old age. But recent studies have found that these two games may have no effect on age-related cognitive loss due to dementia. The