30 Of The Funniest Tweets From People Answering The Question Whats Your Degree In

#2 #3 Choosing what you want to study can be a difficult choice but it turns out that business degrees are the most common major, according to research. Business has managed to hold on to this title since 1980 and before that education majors held the lead. The other most popular majors are health profession programs, social sciences and history, Psychology and Biological and biomedical sciences. On the flip side the least common bachelor degree was in library science. #8 #9 Physics and astronomy may be the majors with the most downtime but they still made the list of the most difficult majors you could choose for your college career. The hardest majors in order are architecture, chemical engineering, aeronautical …

Mailman Who Used To Give Treats To Dogs On His Route Receives A Note That One Of The Dogs Has Passed Away

amorningsting amorningsting Texas twitter user @amorningsting tweeted out about her dad who is a mailman that gives treats to all the dogs he visits on his route. Recently one of his furry friends passed away, and his owners found the perfect way to pay tribute to their pet and thank her dad for all the treats he gave them over the years. amorningsting In a text to his daughter, he told her that it was his buddy Gretchen, a huge German Shepard, that had died, along with a photo of some dog treats and a heart-wrenching note that Gretchen’s owners had typed up. amorningsting The note read: “Gretchen passed away yesterday. She asked me to ask you if you would …

Algeria’s President finally resigned. Will that be enough to quell protests?

(CNN)A day that many in Algeria had longed for but barely dreamed possible has now arrived. After two decades in power, the country’s octogenarian ruler Abdelaziz Bouteflika has bowed to mass protests and relinquished the presidency. Elected in 1999, Moroccan-born Bouteflika was praised during his first two five-year terms for steering the North African country back to stability following “the black decade” of the 1990s when a bloody civil war left more than 150,000 dead. Despite suffering a stroke and ongoing health problems, he was elected again in 2009 and 2014 in landslide victories although the opposition criticized the fairness of those elections. More recently, Bouteflika has been a largely absent ruler and many Algerians have grown tired of the …

Kourtney Kardashian bares all to announce launch of lifestyle site Poosh

“We’re live. #pooshtheboundaries,” Kardashian captioned the racy photo. KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN ACCUSED OF PHOTOSHOPPING NAKED BATH PIC While the 39-year-old “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” mainstay’s latest project seems eerily similar to Gwyneth Paltrow’s health and wellness venture, the Goop-esque blog says it believes “life isn’t black or white, it’s not this extreme or that extreme, so why should a healthy lifestyle be so rigid?” Furthermore, in a note from Kardashian located on the site, she writes “I decided to launch Poosh because I felt that there was something missing in the healthy lifestyle space. Healthy living gets a bad rap; it’s as though if you care about what you put in – or on – your body, then you’re not sexy …

Prodigy thank fans for ‘Keef’s’ send-off

The Prodigy has thanked fans for turning out to celebrate the life “of our brother Keef”. Thousands of music lovers lined the streets in tribute to frontman Keith Flint, 49, who was found dead at his home near Dunmow, Essex, on 4 March. On Sunday, bandmate Liam Howlett described the funeral as “truly emotional and overwhelming”. Flint’s funeral was held at St Mary’s Church in Bocking, Essex on Friday. Howlett, along with other band members Maxim and Leeroy Thornhill, were met by cheers when they arrived at the service. Image copyright Press Association Image caption Liam Howlett at his Prodigy bandmate Keith Flint’s funeral Image copyright Press Association Image caption Despite the sad occasion fans were determined to enjoy themselves …

Kourtney Kardashian’s Site POOSH Is A Wild Ride Betches

For weeks, Kourtney Kardashian has been teasing POOSH, her mysterious new lifestyle project. We explored some of the possibilities of what POOSH could be, but now we can finally stop wondering. POOSH officially launched today and…it’s basically just Kardashian-themed Goop. Well, I can’t say I’m surprised, but I was hoping for something a little more exciting than this. I’m actually a little salty, because I signed up for the email list to be notified about the launch, and then I never even got an email! I really need to be on top of the latest POOSH news, so I feel like Kourtney and her team have let me down. But whatever, I’m still addicted to this sh*t. In honor of …

All The Reasons The Internet Thinks Kylie Jenner Is Pregnant Again Betches

thNot that I would ever admit this to anyone I actually know IRL, but I have a soft spot for Kylie Jenner. Her life could have gone down so many different paths. Would she make a sex tape like her sister? Would she continue to be an insufferable brat like she was when she was 16, dating Tyga and complaining about how hard it was to find the right house to move into? Would she ever admit anything real about her life, like her lip injections, her pregnancy, or her feelings about her relationship with Caitlyn? The deepest insight we really ever got into how she feels about anything is her classic line “I wasn’t meant to be famous,” which …

Paul Manafort will get to keep his famous haute couture

Washington (CNN)In the end, Paul Manafort gets to keep the python jacket and the ostrich vest. Even so, special counsel Robert Mueller — whose investigation cost about $25 million as of September 2018 — got his money’s worth out of the Manafort case. Manafort is turning over property and assets worth at least $36 million to the US government and to his debtors and victims, which are mostly banks, as part of his criminal sentences. He’s forfeited five properties in New York, including his Trump Tower condo, three bank accounts — including a trust for his kin, he said — and one life insurance policy. The real estate will be sold, and then that money split between the federal government …

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour asks Comey if FBI should have shut down ‘hate speech’ from Trump rallies

“Lock her up” was a chant aimed at Trump’s election rival, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. FINDINGS RELEASED “That’s not a role for government to play,” Comey replied. “The beauty of this country is people can say what they want, even if it’s misleading and it’s demagoguery.” He continued: “The people should have shut it down were Republicans who understand the rule of law and the values that they claim to stand for. Shame on them, but it wasn’t a role for government to play.” CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Trump fired Comey on May 9, 2017. Frank Miles is a reporter and editor covering geopolitics, military, crime, technology and sports for FoxNews.com. His email is …

Hangover-Free “Alcohol” Could Be Available For Your Consumption In The Next Five Years, Says Creator

When the drunken festivities of the night before turn into the crushing headache and existential dread of the morning after, who hasn’t come to regret that last glass of wine. The good news is that hangovers could soon be a thing of the past. According to researchers, synthetic alcohol that provides the buzz without the aftereffects could be available to purchase within the next five years. The man behind this magical elixir is David Nutt. Nutt is someone you may have heard of: he used to be the UK’s government drugs advisor but was promptly sacked when he argued horse riding (one serious adverse effect per every 350 exposures) was more dangerous than taking ecstasy (one per every 10,000). Afterward, …

Data shows DeVos didn’t immediately forgive student loans after court order

Washington (CNN)The Education Department didn’t grant a single claim for loan forgiveness to people who said they were defrauded by their colleges between June and December 2018, according to data sent to Congress and provided to CNN on Friday. The rule applies to students whose colleges made inaccurate claims or misled them about the success of their programs. It covers nursing students, for example, who found out after finishing their program that it didn’t have the right accreditation — keeping them from getting a job. Applicants typically are required to show that the school misled them — by presenting them with inflated job placement rates, for example. In September, a federal court sided with Democratic attorneys general from 18 states …

Manager of CBS employees credit union stole $40M over 20 years, authorities say

If convicted on both counts, he faces up to 32 years in prison and a $1 million fine, Deadline Hollywood reported. MISSOURI MAN ROBS CREDIT UNION LESS THAN AN HOUR AFTER RELEASE FROM CUSTODY: POLICE Prosecutors say Rostohar, as manager, made online payments to himself from his employer or forged a fellow employee’s signature on checks made out to him. He gambled away much of the money and also financed a lavish lifestyle that included flights on private jets and purchases of expensive watches and sports cars, Variety reported, The alleged scheme began sometime before 2000, but suspicions were finally raised March 6 of this year, when another credit union employee discovered a $35,000 check made out to Rostohar with no …

Instead of running for President, billionaire Michael Bloomberg commits to shutting down coal plants and moving U.S. to clean energy ASAP.

Michael Bloomberg has been all over the news lately due to his potential presidential candidacy, however that’s far from his primary focus. Instead, he’s decided to put his attentions toward improving clean energy over the next 11 years. He intends to accomplish this through a project he refers to as ‘the ‘Beyond Carbon’ initiative – a grassroots effort to move as fast as possible away from oil and gas and towards total clean energy. The initiative admirably aims to close all coal-fired power plants by 2030. “While there would be no higher honor than serving as president, my highest obligation as a citizen is to help the country the best way I can, right now. That’s what I’ll do, including …

This dad singing ‘Ave Maria’ at a Disney resort is magic. Just watch his daughter’s face.

Visitors at Disney World’s Grand Floridian resort didn’t expect an opera performance from a guy in a football jersey, but that’s what they got. Justin Gigliello surprised Disney park goers with an impromptu rendition of “Ave Maria” during his family’s recent trip to Walt Disney World. His daughter asked the pianist in the lobby of the Grand Floridian resort if he’d play while her dad sang, and the result was, well, magical. According to his Twitter bio, Gigliello is a voice and piano instructor, so it’s no surprise that his vocals were on point. But the visual of this dude in a football jersey and shorts singing a classic opera song while a pianist in a tuxedo accompanies him is …

Three-words ‘map’ used in rescue

But the location system has also gained the attention of emergency services and has recently been adopted by Avon and Somerset, Humberside and West Yorkshire police services, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire fire and rescue services and the British Transport Police. It has been used in several other cases, including: A call handler used it to send someone to rescue a victim of sexual assault being held hostage and capture the offender A member of the public used it to locate a remote riverside path where she had found a lost child A taxi driver used it to locate a drunk man lying in a road It was used to pinpoint the exact location of a road accident Related Topics Avon …