iSideWith political voting website tool

iSideWith.com has a nice tool for determining which political candidate you should vote for, based upon a question sampling. Some of the questions don’t offer the exact answers that might align with yours, but regardless it’s a nice tool: http://www.isidewith.com/

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Rage Against the Machine’s 20th Anniversary Memorabilia
Aug27

Rage Against the Machine’s 20th Anniversary Memorabilia

RATM is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first album by opening a Tumblr site for everyone to post their favorite pieces of memorabilia on. With all of the Paul Ryan stuff going on it’s nice to see some news from RATM that isn’t related to the Republican party. Hit the link below to see the collection and what not:...

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Ancient Aliens Debunked
May14

Ancient Aliens Debunked

I don’t know if I’ve ever posted about this actual website, but there is a web series devoted to the debunking of Ancient Aliens. I can’t say that I fully subscribe to the ancient astronaut theory, but I definitely think it’s possible. If nothing else you get to learn a thing or two about our history when you try to research some of the claims that are made by Giorgio, Childress, and the other theorists on the...

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Murderabilia News Article

Here’s a news article that talks about the big business of murderabilia. Murderabilia is anything that a murderer can sell from prison to make money. Artwork, signatures, letters, hair, anything can be sold. Manson’s hair is selling for $1,100 on one website. I can’t seem to get the video to embed. Hit the link if you want to see it.  http://www.wnem.com/story/17960329/murderabilia-websites-making-money-off-murder...

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Hopi Petroglyph Website Portal
Feb21

Hopi Petroglyph Website Portal

A website that uses surveys, photographs, and scanning combined with CAD drawing and software to render 3-D recreations has documented the Hopi Indian tribe on an interactive website. This website aims to reduce future damage to sites such as the one at Tutuveni in Arizona, so that we can preserve these findings. The Hopi Indians carved symbols on their pilgrimages to the Grand Canyon (Ongtupqa) and these symbols have been featured on...

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