Q: In a recent survey, 5 out of 10 young women say they do this on Facebook. What is it?
A: Post pictures they hate
I love when today's artists put their own spin on a classic!!
Q: According to scent experts, coffee is the most familiar scent in the world, THIS is the second! What is it?
A: Peanut Butter
Question: 6 in 10 workers say they have caught their boss doing this on the job
ANSWER: playing online games
The government shutdown has now gone on for more than a week. It's put many employees out of work, delayed the disbursement of benefits and has left all Americans feeling frustrated and angry. But now it appears the shutdown has finally gone too far, hitting us right in the beer gut.
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau is affected by the shutdown, and that means they can't process new applications from craft brewers. So, some of the new seasonal craft beers you love and have been waiting for may not arrive for a while.
Of course, beer drinkers will still get to enjoy most of their favorite beers that are already on store shelves, but the shutdown will slow overall beer production when most Americans feel like they need more beer now than ever. (MSN)
Fantasy football players are very serious about their make-believe football teams, especially when they have a lot of real money riding on it. Unfortunately, sometimes star players get injured in real life and their fantasy owners are left kissing their grand prize goodbye.
It's a crushing blow to endure after having spent countless hours drafting and managing the team. But there is some good news. Two insurance companies are actually offering fantasy football insurance. Fantasy team owners playing for big bucks can actually insure individual players for $100 to $1,000. In fact, Fantasy Sports Insurance paid out $15,000 in losses to players last season. (Fox News)