Do You Get Political News from Social Media? — Survey of the Day
Given the proliferation of social media over the last four years, 2012 should be the social media election.
Would You Forgive Your Partner for Cheating? — Survey of the Day
When it comes to infidelity, women are a lot more forgiving than men.
Woman Arrested For Trying To Throw Drug-Filled Footballs Into Prison
It’s September, which means the nation is starting to go football crazy. Ohio woman Janine Fulton recently took football insanity to a new level when she filled a couple official size Wilson balls with pills, marijuana, cigarettes, cell phones, and cell phone chargers and tried to toss them into the Richland Correctional Institution in Mansfield, OH.
Would You Let Your Child Undergo Plastic Surgery If It Could Prevent Bullying? — Survey of the Day
Bullying has been around forever, but it’s really come to the forefront over the last few years with experts and educators weighing in with different ways to solve this problem that affects so many kids.
Who Should Pay for a Wedding? — Survey of the Day
Tradition dictates that a bride’s parents pay for a wedding. But is that still the norm as nuptials become more and more costly and people are getting married at older and older ages?
Have You Smoked a Cigarette in the Past Week? — Survey of the Day
Between the persistency of the surgeon general and bans everywhere from workplaces to bars, being a smoker should be harder than it’s ever been before. But are these anti-smoking efforts actually causing a decline in the rates of cigarette consumption?
Do You Feel Like You Need to Upgrade Your Smart Phone to 4G? — Survey of the Day
Internet connectivity on cell phones has improved by leaps and bounds over the last five years. According to experts it’s about to take another huge leap with the introduction of the iPhone 5, which is expected to run on Apple’s 4G LTE network.
Would You Pay a Surcharge for Using Your Credit Card? — Survey of the Day
When you use plastic to make a purchase, the credit card company bills the vendor a surcharge between 1.5 and three percent.
Billionaire Gives $20,000 Tip For Directions
It can be pretty stressful when a stranger asks you for directions. Suddenly this person you don’t know is putting their future in your hands by requesting you immediately and accurately reference the map in your brain. But before you tell the next lost person who approaches you that you’re “actually not from around here,” consider this: The stranger with a poor sense of direction could be a gener
See the Kids From ‘The Goonies’ Then and Now
A reoccurring theme of movies during the mid-’80s was that of scrappy kids beating the odds. Daniel-son had to defeat the Cobra Kai in ‘The Karate Kid’ and the teens of Calumet, Colorado had to fight off most of the communist block in ‘Red Dawn.’ But probably the biggest underdogs were ‘The Goonies,’ a band of misfits from the goon docks of Astoria, Oregon who had to outlast a fugitive family to f
Are Americans Getting More or Less Honest? — Survey of the Day
Thanks partially to presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, Americans have always prided themselves on being honest. But are we still following the example of these icons?
Bullied Bus Monitor Karen Klein Starts Her Own Anti-Bullying Foundation
Remember Karen Klein, the upstate New York bus monitor who was viciously harassed by her middle school charges in a video that went viral in June? Her story had a happy ending, as an internet fundraising campaign to send the 68-year-old on a “nice vacation” raised over $700,000 from 32,000 people around the world. That’s more than enough money for Klein to retire from the yellow school bus grind.