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The wordsmiths at Lake Superior State University have released LSSU’s 44th annual List of Words Banished from the Queen’s English for Mis-use, Over-use and General Uselessness.
“We grapple, litigate, and then yeet irritating words and phrases gathered from the nominations and votes received during 2018,” said an LSSU-OTUS thought leader from the word-banishment wheelhouse. “It’s the most important election of our time.”
LSSU’s word banishment tradition is now in its fifth decade, and was started by the late W. T. Rabe, a public relations director at Lake Superior State University. For every new year since 1976, LSSU — also known for premier programs in nursing, engineering, robotics, and Great Lakes freshwater research — has issued this list, firmly tongue in cheek.Read More >>
Penny Marshall, the amazing actress, comedian and director has died ... TMZ has learned.
Marshall died Monday night at her Hollywood Hills home. We've learned the cause of death was complications from diabetes.
Penny became famous from her sitcom, "Laverne & Shirley," which became a monster hit in 1976.Read More >>
A nerve-wracking piece of video shows a tourist clinging for life onto a hang glider in Switzerland. Chris Gursky's harness was not properly attached when he and a pilot launched themselves off a 4,000-foot mountain ledge.
It was his first hang gliding flight. For more than two minutes, he dangles from the hang glider, flying over trees as they head toward a large grassy landing area.
He wrote later on Facebook that he remembers looking down, thinking "this is it." Gursky said as they approached the landing area his hand began to slip while he was swinging in the wind.Read More >>
“Due to the widespread damage across our region, we expect it to be a multi-day restoration effort in OH and PA,” FirstEnergy said on its Twitter account late Friday morning. “We encourage customers to make any arrangements they see necessary to stay safe and comfortable while service is restored.”Read More >>
Stan Lee has died at the age of 95, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. The Marvel creator was reportedly rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Monday morning and passed away shortly after. Stan suffered from pneumonia and vision issues over the past year, though his cause of death still remains unclear.
Stan started Marvel in 1961 when he teamed up with Jack Kirby for The Fantastic Four, and is best remembered for creating Spider-Man, Black Panther, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, Iron Man, and The Avengers. Stan's wife, Joan, passed away in 2017 after suffering a stroke, but he is survived by his daughter J.C. and younger brother Larry Lieber.Read More >>