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Genius Elf On The Shelf Ideas.
Because just sitting on a shelf is so 2012.
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On a scale of 1 to 10 of awkwardness... I give it a 17
BREAKING NEWS: Hackers Compromise 2 Million Facebook, Twitter and Gmail Accounts have you checked yours yet today??
(Mashable.com) More than 2 million accounts have been compromised from popular sites such as Google, Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn after malware captured login credentials from users worldwide, according to a new report.
Facebook accounted for about 57% of the compromised accounts, followed by Yahoo (10%), Google (9%) and Twitter (3%).
"If you use the same password on Facebook as you do for your online banking, that is a massive risk and you should update your accounts immediately," LastPass spokesperson Amber Gott said.
Complete story here : http://mashable.com/2013/12/04/hackers-facebook-twitter-gmail/
Peter Parker is returning to the big screen in May, and we're finally getting a real taste of what that'll look like. The first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2
All three of the film's villains — Electro, Rhino, and the Green Goblin — make an appearance, and while some are just brief looks, the trailer closes with a (relatively) long shot of Spider-Man fleeing from bolts of electricity thrown by Jamie Foxx's eerie Electro. You can check out the trailer below.
Some parents and kids have found their Elf On A Shelf in some fun, awkward and silly locations around the house this Holiday season. Click here for some genius ideas we found.
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(NEWSER) – There's no official word yet on what caused the horrific crash that killed Paul Walker and Roger Rodas, but sources close to Rodas' auto shop tell TMZ they believe a steering fluid leak is to blame.
Their evidence: There were no skid marks until right before the point of impact, and the skid marks were straight, indicating Rodas lost steering control just before the crash; and the fire spread quickly in the front of the vehicle—indicating a fluid leak, since typically the rear (where the engine is) would burn more quickly.
They also say they saw evidence of a fluid trail leading up to the skid marks.TMZ also reports that the Porsche was acting up and kept stalling as one of Rodas' employees tried to get it back into the shop—and that's why Rodas ended up behind the wheel. Walker jumped in asking for a ride, because he hadn't driven in the car yet.
TMZ (of course) has obtained security cam footage that captures the moment of the crash and fiery aftermath that claimed the life of Paul Walker.