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13 Greatest Horror Movies. Ever!

13 Greatest Horror Movies. Ever! 1. THE SHINING (1980) PLOT: Daddy goes crazy and wields an axe while his family is trapped in a haunted hotel in Colorado. THOUGHTS: They don’t make horror movies like THE SHINING anymore. Hell, they didn’t make horror movies like THE SHINING before. Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece, based on the equally […]

The Dumbest Deaths in Recorded History

Attila the Hun: One of the most notorious villains in history, Attila’s army had conquered all of Asia by 450 AD-from Mongolia to the edge of the Russian Empire-by destroying villages and pillaging the countryside. How he died: He got a nosebleed on his wedding night. In 453 AD, Attila married a young girl named […]

25 sound financial rules

1. For return on investment, the best home renovation is to upgrade an old bathroom. Kitchens come in second. 2. It’s worth refinancing your mortgage when you can cut your interest rate by at least one point. 3. Spend no more than 2 1/2 times your income on a home. For a down payment, it’s […]

Top Ten Windows Applications that are Hard to Live Without

Now that I have been using Ubuntu Linux for about 6 months pretty much full time, here is my list of software I cannot seem to replace: iTunes: This is one application that I have not even tried to replace on the Linux side. I refuse to do it. I think iTunes is that good. […]

Top Ten Signs you are a Geek

Your friends call you for computer problems constantly The number of computers in your house is more than the number of people You have more than one wireless access point in your house More bedrooms are filled with computers than people You know your WEP key by heart Your house has more than one VLAN […]

Top Ten Reasons to use Ubuntu

Top Ten Reasons to use Ubuntu: Now that I am officially “switched”, I will outline the reasons why Ubuntu rises to the top of other Linux variants available. Hardware Recognition: I would have to say that Ubuntu is by far the best Linux variant available today for hardware recognition. I have installed Dapper Drake (the […]