Jeremy has been an Internet based writer for the past seven years.
5-Hour Energy Drink Could Maybe Kill You
You think you know exactly what you are getting when you drink a 5-Hour Energy, because its name is so obvious and descriptive But what its name doesn't tell you is that those five hours of energy might just kill you.(*dramatic trumpet blast*)
Have You Ever Used an Online Dating Service? — Survey of the Day
Online dating sites like Match.com and eHarmony have gone mainstream. In fact, some studies have suggested that up to 30 percent of recently married couples met over the Internet.
Are You Voting Early in This Year’s Election? — Survey of the Day
Over the last few electoral cycles, we've heard more and more about early voting. And we should be: the voting option is becoming more and more popular, reaching new levels of participation this year.
How Much Are You Planning to Spend on Halloween? — Survey of the Day
According to a new survey from National Retail Federation, about seven in 10 plan on celebrating Halloween this year. Since revelry isn't always free, the next question the NRF polled is how much celebrants plan on spending on the holiday this year.
Are You Looking Forward to Seeing Your In-Laws This Thanksgiving? — Survey of the Day
Thanksgiving is not far off, and it's about time to start thinking about the guest list for this year's Turkey dinner. More than any other holiday, Thanksgiving brings together extended families. And with that comes the requisite complaints about crazy uncles and in-laws.
Does America Have Too Many Lawyers? — Survey of the Day
Lawyers have never been particularly popular with the general public, but just how unpopular is the profession exactly?
TV, Web, Newspaper, Radio: How Do You Get Your News? — Survey of the Day
The Internet may have revolutionized the way many of us get the news, but according to a Harris Poll of 2,307 adults, a majority of Americans still prefer an older technology when it comes to their preferred method of news accumulation.
Would You Be Comfortable Voting on a Smartphone? — Survey of the Day
Smartphones have changed the way we communicate, listen to music, watch videos, even how we pay our bills. But will this explosion in mobile technology one day change the way we vote?