Greg Carpenter

Trending Hash Tag #SillyThingsToBeMadAbout

Twitter can be pretty funny with it’s hashtags. Today, there is a good one trending.


Why Orioles’ Trumbo Will Win The Home Run Derby

Mark Trumbo front and center at this year’s All Star Game


Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. arrives for his murder trial in the death of Freddie Gray, at the Baltimore Circuit Court House on June 23, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland. Goodson is the third of six police officers to be tried in the high-profile case of the African American whose death in 2015 triggered riots in Maryland's largest city and led to a national debate about police brutality. / AFP / Brendan Smialowski

Officer Ceasar Goodson Found Not Guilty All Counts

Baltimore finds out results of the second trial in the Freddie Gray case.


September 1934: Mother and her three kittens could not resist the pail of milk, recently collected from the cow, and are seen helping themselves.

Did You Know Cats Can Get Brain Freezes?

It might be mean, but it’s funny. Watch cats getting brain freezes!


Christina Grimmie Popular Before The Voice

Christina had a ‘fun’ impact on young girls prior to her appearance on ‘The Voice.’


More Fun At Hart-Miller Island

If you, or a friend, has a boat, you’ll want to check what is happening on the island


ONTARIO, CA - APRIL 07: A consumer reaches into his refrigerator near the milk April 7, 2008 in Ontario, California. The price of milk and other staple foods has risen sharply in the last 12 months.

Have You Ever Had Your Lunch Stolen At Work?

People at work are stealing your food.


SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 21: A Burger King Whopper Jr. meal sits on a tray at a Burger King restaurant August 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Burger King, the second largest hamburger chain in the U.S., surprised Wall Street today with better than excected quarterly earnings. The company reported a surge in net income with earnings of $51 million, or 37 cents per share compared to $36 million, or 26 cents per share one year ago.

It’s True The ‘Whopperito’ Is Coming

Burger King has new food and you’ll love it! We think.


PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA - APRIL 09: A young Cambodian woman uses her laptop in a local restaurant on April 9, 2014 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Leaked to the media for the first time on 9 April 2014, the draft of Cambodia's first-ever cybercrime law, in the pipelines since May 2012, is being criticised by international and local human rights organisations for severely restricting freedom of expression online. Article 28 in particular is being criticised for including vague provisions that could be used to silence Cambodian citizens, such as Article 28(3), which prohibits publications "deemed to generate insecurity, instability and political cohesiveness," and Article 28(4), which prohibits publications which "slanders or undermined the integrity of any governmental agencies." Both of these provisions carry with them sentences of 1 to 3 years in prison. Internet penetration has drastically increased in recent years and is increasingly serving as an outlet and as a source of information in a country where most media are controlled by the ruling party. Cambodia's government is already under criticism for recent crackdowns on protests and human rights activists, and is accused of frequently using provisions in the Criminal Code and other legislation to unjustly silence civil society and journalists. Human rights activists fear that this new law will exacerbate the situation and provide the government with additional tools to silence its critics online.

A Law Against Employer Emailing After Hours

This could be the best thing that’s happened at work since the feared Y2K.


Walking Dead Stars Help With Accident

Find out which stars helped out at the accident scene.




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