Tag Archives: Might

Bryce Harper might MVP, but he has no idea how to say 'meme'

Daily News Photo Illustration Hey, Bryce, bald is beautiful, baby. Bryce Harper won the MVP Thursday night and he pronounced “memes” like it was somebody’s grandmother and not with the Internet-approved long-e sound. The horror. The Nationals star was on the midnight SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt and the bald broadcaster asked the newly-minted MVP if he’d rather “be as ...

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It Might Be National Pizza Day, But Kids Eat Too Much Pizza As It Is

Today (February 9) is National Pizza Day in the United States. This is the perfect day to visit your favorite pizza place and pick up a few cheesy slices, as if you already needed an excuse. In honor of National Pizza Day, several restaurants are offering special promo codes to get you cheaper pizzas, according to the International Business Times. ...

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How the Navy Might Spin Seawater Into Jet Fuel

Filed under: Energy, U.S. Government, Aerospace & Defense, Oil & Gas Industry AP/U.S. NavyThe USS John C. Stennis By Roxanne Palmer Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink — but maybe a drop of alternative fuel? The U.S. Navy is hoping next-generation technology will let it replace petroleum fuels with something much more accessible and abundant: seawater. “If ...

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Women With Big Butts Might Be Smarter And Healthier [Report]

Women with a large posterior (or “dat booty” in layman’s terms) might be smarter and healthier than their skinny-thighed counterparts. This certain-to-please news comes from researchers at the University of Oxford and Churchill Hospital in the United Kingdom. Basically, scientists who have been thinking about butts for a while determined that people who carry more fat in their rear are ...

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Hagel Warns Against Dangers of ‘Hubris’ in Military Might

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned against isolationist rhetoric during a speech at the Global Security Forum Tuesday morning. The secretary of Defense on Tuesday cautioned Americans, including those in Congress, not to ignore the rest of the globe at a time of revolution for the U.S. military. The world’s largest defense infrastructure is changing its weapons, strategies and checkbooks, while ...

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