In September, Bigfoot enthusiasts in upstate New York head to Whitehall for the annual Sasquatch Calling Festival, including a contest to mimic the creature’s telltale vocalizations — from howls and yelps to growls and moans. ESPN visited the tournament. Unfortunately, the winner isn’t the person who successfully summons the sasquatch. Not yet anyway.
(via The Anomalist)
All along, even in 1987 at the peak of his myth when this Newsweek cover touted him as an icon of wealth, Donald Trump was a fraud. And the press played right along with the fraud. “Newly obtained tax information reveals that from 1985 to 1994, Donald J. Trump’s businesses were in far bleaker condition […]
Adobe’s trailing price hikes for its now subscription-only Creative Suite applications. Comic artist Michael Sexton (Patreon) made this handy at-a-glance chart so you know what pay-once apps can replace each one. I’ve been in Adobe Jail so long I haven’t even heard of some of these! I will definitely be getting myself a Fire Alpaca, […]
Even the most easily organized among us have trouble keeping things tidy on vacation. It’s enough of a hassle just trying to cram everything in your luggage, much less worry about what goes where. The result: Frantic searches for the right item or garment, and a sloppy trash bag to hold those dirty clothes. Then […]
Companies have always prioritized cutting costs and boosting efficiency, but it wasn’t until the past few years that Project Managers grew into big demand. PMs use industry-approved methodologies to reduce waste, streamline workflows, and ensure projects are executed on budget and on time. And they often earn a pretty penny for their services. While demand […]
If you’ve taken a busted car to a new mechanic, you know the drill. They take a while to find what’s wrong, then find four other issues that need attention. You take their word for it, and an arm and a leg later, you start saving up for the next breakdown. No wonder more the […]