You can't beat the free advertising Hamboards skateboards of Huntington Beach are getting tonight. They'll get a national audience on the ABC's reality show Shark Tank, which has "tough, self-made, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons" taking investment pitches from budding entrepreneurs.
Flickr user jster91You can tell a lot about a person's politics by asking them the following: how do you feel that scientists with Monsanto and Dupont are creating genetically modified corn that will use nitrogen (a major component of fertilizer) far more efficiently that regular corn?
Singer Milo Aukerman's day-job vacation time is punk-rock time for the influential group
Last week there was a rumor goin' round that Assemblyman Chuck DeVore (R-Irvine), a lieutenant colonel in the National Guard and a Republican, was co-author of a bill to legalize industrial hemp. Not only that, but he was doing so with none other than Assemblyman Mark Leno (D-San Francisco), the ope ... More >>
No Movie of the Week But You Do Get a Glaring Baldwin
This is certainly a refreshing development, although the participation of a gubernatorial candidate smacks of political posturing. NEW REPORT ON COMPANIES IN CALIFORNIA, ELSEWHERE TO FIND WIDE DISPARITY IN CLIMATE CHANGE RESPONSES; INVESTORS WILL PUSH POOR-PERFORMING FIRMS TO SHAPE UP NEWS ADVISOR ... More >>
Abandon all hope: there's no escape from movie product placements
Im George W. Bush, and I Approve This Destruction
UCI prof Sue Trumbore is out to find the Missing Sink
The Big Easy has descended upon us again
From global foolishness to microimperialism, the rich own you. And you like it that way