Newsflash: You probably have herpes. This is actually okay. According to the World Health Organization, over two thirds of the global population have HSV-1 (commonly known as oral herpes or cold sores) and more than 10 percent have HSV-2, or genital herpes. Given that HSV-2 rates are much higher among women, urbanites, and minority groups than in the general population (and given that HSV-1 increasingly shows up as a genital infection instead of an oral one), herpes is easily the most common sexually transmitted infection.
For most sneaker and design enthusiasts, landing a role at Nike qualifies as a dream job. While pursuing the field you have in mind, the world’s leading sportswear brand has re-opened the window for a wide range of internships, allowing applicants to receive invaluable experience in Beaverton.
Once every 100 years or so, Earth is gifted with a huge-ass solar storm. Awesome! So we’re all totally fucked, right? Kinda. Fresh research shows that solar storm-caused blackouts and other nuisances could cost the United States a hefty $41.5 billion per day, Gizmodo ruthlessly reported Thursday.
Whether you follow politics or not, one thing is for certain, Tuesday’s confirmation hearing for Trump’s Education Security nominee, Betsy DeVos, was one for the books — and not in a good way. Live for the entire world to see, billionaire DeVos was ripped to shreds about her views on the public school system, higher education and student loans/grants.
Federal prosecutors are painting a damning picture of Taxstone’s alleged involvement in the shootings that occurred backstage at a May 25, 2016,T.I. concert at Irving Plaza in New York City.
Directors make so many filmmaking decisions that go unnoticed by casual viewers because we’re not paying close attention—but the use of color isn’t one of them. Color immediately stands out. Films can be hyper colorful and smack you with the entire color wheel, or they can be totally muted and monochromatic. You’re able to recognize the aesthetic and intention because you have eyeballs (and are presumably not colorblind) and can see what the director wants to show you, because it’s literally right in front of you.