The White House tweeted out this photo last night , declaring “First snow of the year!” The tweet confused a lot of people, National Weather Service . Watch CC Off English Addressing The MCU’s Taboos 02:46 Now playing Who Should Be the New Doctor Doom? io9 Picks Yesterday 6:23PM 02:35 Now playing Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle Teaser Trailer Yesterday 11:49AM Why did the Trump regime send out a tweet about the first snow of the year? One possibility is that they’re just lying to “ own the libs ” or something. But the other possibility is that they’re just a full week behind on their tweets. The photo the White House tweeted out last night on January 12 is actually from January 7. Advertisement How do we know the photos is actually from January 7? The official White House Flickr account first … [Read more...] about White House Tweets ‘First Snow of the Year’ On Same Day It Hits 70 Degrees in Washington D.C.
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PayPal’s widespread adoption means it’s popular with scammers looking for a victim. Though these scams aren’t necessarily exclusive to PayPal, they flourish in the service due to its ease of use and preference among online sellers. Every Type of Phishing Scam Phishing is a technique used by sellers to deceive victims into giving up their login credentials, usually using a fake web page that might look identical to the real thing. These scams usually take place over email, but scammers may also use text messages and social media since all they need the victim to do is click on the fake link. These scams take many different forms, but the end goal is always the same: to get you to log in using your username and password. If you have two-factor authentication (2FA) enabled on your account then you’re much better protected against this sort of scam, but be aware that even one-time login codes sent over SMS can be intercepted . Be on the lookout for email messages … [Read more...] about 8 Common PayPal Scams and How to Avoid Them
If you’re a teacher or you have a kid interested in programming, it can be confusing to sort out the dozens of options available. We’ve picked five great programming languages (and environments) that will give kids a head start in the world of software development. The Language Isn’t as Important as the Motivation Before we get started, it’s important to know that, arguably, the specific programming language your child uses isn’t as important as the motivation they have to achieve a certain goal, such as creating a game, solving a problem, or creating an app. Once your child learns a programming language, many of the concepts can transfer easily to other languages (with differences in syntax ), so you almost can’t go wrong—as long as your kid has the enthusiasm to learn. That being said, some languages and programming environments might be more fun than others. We’ve collected some of those here. Although this is by no means an exhaustive or definitive list, you’ll be off … [Read more...] about 5 Great Programming Languages for Kids
The NBA is trying its best, guys, give them a break. Schedule releases are only a big deal in the NFL, where teams have to play their best players every week, save for a possible late-season rest. So even though Roger Goodell and his cronies show up every year with pictures of presents like a twisted Watch Could Aaron Judge be the "real" home run king? | The Weigh In 00:58 Now playing Has the One Winged Angel landed? Yesterday 2:46PM 00:53 Now playing Be loud about Brittney Griner | W. Kamau Bell Yesterday 11:48AM So, yes, the Christmas Day slate matters (as much as it can while sharing a bench with the NFL’s ever-expanding ass). Opening night also is important inasmuch as the Lakers’ season hasn’t licked the bottom of a sink full of moldy dishes yet. And then there’s the conundrum of how to make the content relevant when said sink … [Read more...] about The NBA is still trying to polish turds
The NFL is now the only big-four pro sports league in North America to not have a number retired throughout the league. The NBA retired Bill Russell’s No. 6 earlier this month after his death. Major League Baseball gave that honor to Jackie Robinson’s No. 42, while the NHL has barred anyone from donning Wayne Gretzky’s No. 99 again. The NFL is the second-youngest of the four leagues only besting the NBA. And oddly enough, a league that’s constantly loaded with star power in the Super Bowl era doesn’t have a long list of names that jump out as distinct possibilities. The most popular sports league in America might not want to pursue this venture. But that doesn’t stop me. I’ve narrowed the possibilities of worthy NFL league-wide jersey retirees to 10, some for obvious reasons, some with the same parallels made in other sports, and a few complex choices. One jersey retirement would be more for someone who never played a game in the NFL. Weird right? Well, let’s get started. … [Read more...] about Looking at possible numbers for the NFL to retire league-wide
Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals was a rock fight. At the start of the fourth quarter, the Boston Celtics were leading the Los Angeles Lakers 57-55. Kobe Bryant’s shooting performance — he was 6-for-24 — wasn’t the only stinker in the box score from that night. Ray Allen, the hero of the 2013 NBA Finals for the Miami Heat, shot 21.4 percent from the field and went 2-for-7 from three. Paul Pierce went 5-for-15 from the field, and the player who took the most shots in that game was Ron “Metta World Peace” Artest, who put down 7 of 18 and scored 20 points. Watch Could Aaron Judge be the "real" home run king? | The Weigh In 00:58 Now playing Has the One Winged Angel landed? Yesterday 2:46PM 00:53 Now playing Be loud about Brittney Griner | W. Kamau Bell Yesterday 11:48AM Pau Gasol didn’t have a great night from the field either. He played well in … [Read more...] about Pau Gasol is absolutely an all-time Laker great