Drew Weisholtz is an award-winning writer who has had his work published on several websites, including GuySpeed, StarCrush.com and theFW.com. Previously, he has written and served as a producer for ABC News Radio and also spent time as a stand-up comedian. He can be found rooting for his beloved Yankees and Giants and begrudgingly holds out hope his Rutgers Scarlet Knights will one day return to the NCAA Tournament. When that's not consuming him, he passes time quoting "Saved By the Bell" and making fun of his in-laws. You can follow him on Twitter.
Famed ’90s TV Psychic Miss Cleo Dead at 53
Miss Cleo, a psychic who rose to prominence in the '90s thanks to a series of infomercials, has passed away.
86-Year-Old Woman Takes Down Thief With…Bacon?
Bacon -- it's a delicious side dish. And an even better weapon of self-defense.
Cops Help Free Flustered Bear Locked in a Subaru
Firemen rescue cats in trees. Policemen? Well, they rescue bears in cars.
11 Jobs You Had No Idea Pay At Least $100,000 a Year
The perfect job is as elusive as Bigfoot, but, believe it or not, there are some careers out there whose pay will make you rethink your career choice.
This Is Easily the Worst Intersection in America
You think your town has some dangerous roads? Get a load of this one.
Is the Ice Cream Truck Song Annoying? [POLL]
It’s one of the most identifiable sounds of summer. But it may also be one of the irritating.
Shoplifter Nabbed With Waaaay Too Much Meat in His Pants
This guy's pants make a great meat locker.
If Cell Phone Commercials Told the Truth (We’d All Be Bummed)
Whether it's Verizon's "Can you hear me now?" or AT&T's Lily, cell phone commercials have been bombarding us for years now. The thing is, if you've seen one carrier you've seen them all.
This Is What Earth Would Be Like If Humans Vanished
It's a depressing thought: what would happen to the world if humans disappeared?
Photo of Textbook Cover Has Gone Viral for the Spookiest Reason
Algebra is already hard enough without this kind of mind-bending trouble thrown into the equation.