Two best friends try to piece together a mystery that has baffled the police and one family for 85 years

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Put on your detective hat (and a warm coat), there’s a very, very cold case to solve.

In Ontario, Canada during the winter of 1934, Harold Heaven disappeared from his cabin. Local police searched the woods and dredged the lake but Harold was never found, and with no more leads to follow the case was unceremoniously closed as a likely suicide. Now, 85 years later, Harold’s great-great-nephew Mike attempts to solve this coldest of cold cases, with the help of his extended family and his true-crime-obsessed best friend, Jackson.

Created by Executive Producers and co-stars Mike Mildon and Jackson Rowe (“Trophy Husbands”), For Heaven’s Sake is the perfect blend of comedy and true crime documentary you won’t…


Millennials are notoriously good at ruining things, but Gen Y creators like Rod are helping TikTok connect to an even bigger audience AND further validate the Gen Z experience

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Article by Kat Curtis

Millennials have ruined the housing market, department stores, chain restaurants, and many other industries, and now, they’ve joined TikTok — but surprisingly, they haven’t ruined it. In fact, they’ve actually made it… better?

This is AWESOME because I have (finally) been able to send my co-workers TikToks that they actually relate to. Not only has this content gotten my older more mature friends and colleagues to download the app, but they’re starting to ACTUALLY send TikToks back to me. I FINALLY DON’T FEEL SO ALONE WITH MY LOVE FOR THE APP!! AHHH THE VINDICATION!!

Rod is one of my current favorite go-to Millennial accounts because watching his TikToks will give you an instant serotonin boost: he showcases the nuances of the Millennial experience in an honest yet funny way…


I think we can all sympathize

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The saying goes “work smarter, not harder,” but what if instead of working smarter, you worked really, really hard creating a lie so elaborate it eventually involves the cops to avoid working at all? It doesn’t sound like the best plan, because it’s not, but it does make for a good story.

Police in Coolidge, Arizona found 19-year-old Brandon Soules next to a water tower, bound and gagged. He told the police that he had been abducted from his home by two masked men, then knocked unconscious by his kidnappers and driven around the town before being dumped by a…


TRY THE NEW PEE DONUTS

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Courtesy of Ghobsmacka via Twitter

Comedy, like all art, is subjective. What tickles the ol’ funny bone for you may be crickets for somebody else, and that’s fine! There are a few things, however, that damn near everybody is guaranteed to at least chuckle at.

For example, everyone loves a good word fumble.

You know, things like when you go to say “good” and “great” at the same time and end up saying “grood”. Or when third graders try to write out how proficient their parents are in the kitchen and “cook” becomes “cock”. …


TRY THE NEW PEE DONUTS

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Courtesy of Ghobsmacka via Twitter

Comedy, like all art, is subjective. What tickles the ol’ funny bone for you may be crickets for somebody else, and that’s fine! There are a few things, however, that damn near everybody is guaranteed to at least chuckle at.

For example, everyone loves a good word fumble.

You know, things like when you go to say “good” and “great” at the same time and end up saying “grood”. Or when third graders try to write out how proficient their parents are in the kitchen and “cook” becomes “cock”. …


The hosts and creators of the wildly successful podcast ‘And That’s Why We Drink’ talk adapting to the pandemic, their 200th episode milestone, and how podcasts can create positive social change.

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Courtesy of ‘And That’s Why We Drink’ Podcast

Em Schulz and Christine Schiefer are the creators and co-hosts of And That’s Why We Drink, a weekly podcast where they share true crime stories, paranormal encounters, and more than a few laughs. The podcast has been ongoing since 2017 with 264 episodes so far, boasting a whopping 80 million downloads, and the pair won the 2019 “People’s Voice” Webby Award for Best Comedy Podcast. Although Christine and Em attended the same grad school Boston, it wasn’t until they connected by chance in Los Angeles years later that they became friends and, subsequently, superstar podcasters. …


Bravo, Senator, you’ve really outdone yourself this time

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As if a global pandemic wasn’t enough, a polar vortex has swept most of the continental US, bringing with it dangerous icy conditions and record breaking cold. Although Texas Senator and frumpy off-brand Wolverine Ted Cruz laughed at the California wildfires and how they impacted the state’s power grid just seven months ago, in a turning of the tables nobody wanted regardless of how you feel about him, Texas’ independent power grid run on all the fossil fuels and none of the regulation that Ted Cruz boasted would never fail, has failed. Massively.

Over three million Texans have been without…


“IT’S COLDER THAN A WITCH’S TIT OUT HERE”

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Article by Kat Curtis

They say that “everything is bigger in Texas” — I guess that includes the severity of their winter weather… right?

As a Midwesterner who has lived through decades of below-zero winters, it is tempting (and honestly fun) to make fun of Texans for not being able to handle their sh*t when the weather gets cold.

HOWEVER, this is beyond common sense: Texas’ infrastructure was literally NOT built for this and — as a result — has left millions without power, heat, water, OR a way to flee to warmer shelter. What’s (almost) worse: This unusual weather has exposed how outdated Texas’ power grid is (which could leave Texans with intermittent power for the next MONTH) and…


Personally I would love to be represented by a cat

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You’d think that after almost a full year under coronavirus lockdowns (dear GOD) we’d have all become pretty used to the pandemic changes and “new normals”, yet here I am still walking all the way to the grocery store entrance before I realize I’ve forgotten my mask and panicking during Zoom meetings because it’s my turn to talk and I can’t find the unmute button. Fortunately for me and anyone else who’s still struggling with the basic functions of virtual meetings, we’re not alone.

In Texas this week, attorney Rod Ponton attended virtual proceedings via Zoom as a cat.

A first for not only the Texas Judicial Courts, but likely in any American court. …

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