In 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak needed someone to print the manual for the Apple I computer, which was the company's first product. They approached a man who didn't quite get what the two were doing.―
Sometimes Kobe Bryant cheats on his wife 10 times a year. Sometimes Dick Cheney gets a war boner. Sometimes Chewbacca fights. Sometimes there's a man that gives a new meaning to crack cocaine. In these times, Headlines That Suck is there for you.―
Two suicide car bombs exploded near "heavily guarded intelligence buildings" in Damascus on Friday, killing military personal and civilians. It's the first such attack on the government since the uprising began.―
President Barack Obama urged House Republicans to reconsider their opposition to a two-month extension to the payroll tax holiday early Thursday afternoon. "Enough is enough," he implored. And apparently enough was enough.―
Nothing says "I love you" quite like "I think you're ugly." WTSP's Melanie Michael reports on the booming trend of giving plastic surgery to a loved one as a Christmas present. And not just to women, but men too.―
See if you can follow this odd chain of events out of Utah. It begins with three roommates living together in a house when a mouse runs across the kitchen floor. It ends with a 13-year-old girl hiding in the closet.―
Pierre Girard, of Golden Valley, Minn., discovered a petrified spice cake in 1992 sitting on a closet shelf during an estate sale. The cake was baked in 1911, and Girard just celebrated its 100th birthday.―
Ashley Madison, the company that helps spouses cheat on one another, has erected a billboard in Pennsylvania throwing its casual endorsement behind serial adulterer Newt Gingrich. Definitely not the endorsement he was coveting.―
A series of 12 to 14 coordinated bomb attacks across Baghdad killed more than 60 people and injured close to 200 people during the morning rush hour on Thursday. Could this turn into full-blown civil war?―
Wati was just eight years old when her village was ravaged by the Indonesian tsunami in 2004. Her family thought she was dead. Then, on Wednesday, Wati was reunited with them after seven years on her own.―
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