Donald Deane has held a variety of jobs, including college English teacher, newspaper reporter/editor, internet project manager, dishwasher and dogcatcher. He now writes exclusively and has contributed to AOL TV and Moviefone among others.
Giant Mohawk Gets Florida Teen Sent Home From School
Florida teenager Asher Stonesifer says he was just expressing his individuality with a 16-inch-tall spiked Mohawk, but the outlandish hairdo got him sent home from school last week after the principal deemed it too "extreme."
Cat Sings ‘Star Wars’ Theme, Conquers Internet
While 'Star Wars' is darn near perfect, we've always thought it could use more cats. Imagine our glee, then, when we discovered this video of a space-faring kitty meowing the theme from the 1977 classic film. It's the best of both worlds!
Did Google Street View Capture the Image of a UFO?
After years of being ridiculed, we may finally have proof that UFOs do indeed exist, and it comes from the unlikeliest of places -- Google Street View. Who's laughing now, skeptics?
Zombies Show Up Uninvited to Family Portrait
We love zombies as much as anybody, but, man, it sure is annoying how they always show up without an invite. In these pics, a group of murderous, brain-eating undead crash a family portrait and carnage ensues.
Daredevil Answers Cellphone While Walking Tightrope
Generally, we let our cellphone go to voicemail when we're busy. Not so French daredevil Trancede Melet, who actually took a call while walking a 20 meter gap suspended 1,000 feet in the air. At least he wasn't texting. That would've been crazy dangerous.
Floridians Fall For ‘Onion’ Article About Obama’s 19-Year-Old Son
Most people recognize satire when they see it, but not Floridians. Inboxes and Facebook pages of Florida residents recently received an article by The Onion describing an appearance by President Barack Obama's illegitimate 19-year-old son Luther at the Democratic National Convention. Incredibly, the…
10 Restaurants From Movies and TV Shows You Can Visit
Location, as the saying goes, is everything. And for those looking to recapture a bit of movie or TV magic, you can do no better than visiting a restaurant, diner or bar that appeared onscreen. We can't speak to the food or service at these places, but they give you the best opportunity to nosh…