Kiplinger’s has ratings for cities for every life stage. Mid-career professionals should head to DC, Durham, Huntsville, Anchorage and Fayetteville.
If you’ve been striking out in your love life, one way to fix that is to go out and murder/rape a bunch of people. James Holmes already has some twitter groupies, and past serial killers have gotten married behind bars. There’s an evolutionary reason for this, but you have to think that evolution is playing catch up here.
Episode 2 is out and promises to be more … reality showish.
The long wait is over. HERE WE GO BABY.
So I just watched it and … hmm. Not what I was expecting. They dropped Peter Le (probably because he was gay) and Jennifer Field (maybe she found a better gig). Where was the hair pulling and scratching? Where were the drunken orgies? The debauchery, humiliation and shame? These people seemed *gasp* almost normal. One of them is just got engaged to his girlfriend of 5 years. Uh… hmm.
What a year for Evo and SSF4 2012. No Japanese player winning the entire tournament or even in the grand finals! No US players either. The two countries represented were Korea (Infiltration) and Taiwan (Gamerbee), and Infiltration’s Akuma was just too much for Gamerbee’s Adon. Infiltration was really too much for everyone at the tournament as he blew through his competition pretty much without breaking a sweat.
Here’s the top 16:
1. Infiltration, Akuma (Korea)
2. Gamerbee, Adon (Taiwan)
3. PR Balrog, Balrog (Puerto Rico)
4. Xiao Hai, Cammy (China)
5. Daigo, Ryu (Japan)
5. Human Bomb, Sakura (Hong Kong)
7. Dieminion, Guile (US)
7. Poongko, Seth (Korea)
9. Kindevu, Cammy (Japan)
9. Haitani, Makoto (Japan)
9. Fuudo, Fei Long (Japan)
9. Dogura, M. Bison (China)
13. iPeru, El Fuerte (Peru/US)
13. Kyabetsu, C. Viper (Japan)
13. Mike Ross, E. Honda (US)
13. Justin Wong, Rufus (US)