Duterte prefers retirement, death than presidency
DAVAO City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said Sunday he prefers to "retire and die early" than to live in Malacañang and that he'd love to kill the person who jumpstarted the Duterte for President Movement. Duterte dismissed anew campaigns insisting him to run for president in 2016, adding that everything just "started with a bad joke."
India creates Mars history
India has become the first nation to reach Mars on its maiden attempt. It is also the first Asian country to have achieved this feat.
Life and Religion
One of my favorite movies, “The Sound of Music,” includes the inspirational song “Climb Every Mountain.” Its lyrics read: “Climb every mountain; search high and low. Follow every byway, every path you know. Climb every mountain, ford every stream. Follow every rainbow, ’till you find your dream.
Indie Horror Pic "altar" to Crowdfund Gala NYC Premiere
NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The producers of the new independent supernatural horror film ALTAR have launched a campaign on Kickstarter to crowdfund a theatrical premiere screening in New York City. ALTAR stars Matthew Modine (Full Metal Jacket, The Dark Knight Rises) and Olivia Williams (Rushmore, The 6th Sense) and is written and directed by celebrated Syfy miniseries auteur ...
Time to hook our wagons to energy unlimited Article Author: Sandra Olivetti Martin Formidable is the fecundity of the vegetable kingdom. Over just a couple of weeks, Chesapeake County has been conquered by green. So quickly that you have to be looking to notice the creeping change, as leaves, seeds and flowers shoot forth. Trunks, branches and limbs of apparently dead trees have burst ...
All 87 Led Zeppelin Songs, Ranked
It's surprisingly easy to forget about Led Zeppelin in 2014. With arena rock gradually fading from relevance, or at least being subverted and co-opted as a genre and idea — the closest thing to a stadium-geared blockbuster in the last year might have been One Direction's Midnight Memories — Zeppelin's enduring influence as the ideal of Big Rock Music is less relevant than ever...