In 2013 there were 80,000 people in attendance just for Coachella: Weekend One. That’s right, tickets for Coachella (Indio, CA) were in such high demand that beginning in 2012 Goldenvoice made it a 2-weekend event. But who can afford it? Aren’t these things just filled with dumb girls wearing flower crowns and butt-to-nuts-crowds of drunk, sweaty hippies? Whooooa! Calm down, NARC, don’t harsh my mellow with your negativity! Just surrender to the flow!Whether you’re heading
As a general rule, things that are legal everywhere might be fun, things that are illegal everywhere are no fun — murder, for example — and things that are illegal in some places are always fun. Think recreational soft drug use, gay wedding receptions, etc.Gambling falls into that third category, but gaudy, smoke-filled casinos and Russian Roulette games in the back of a Chinese restaurant are so twentieth century. Instead, with a little research and an open mind, you can find ways to gamble creatively
A billion is the new million, right? Honestly, I’m not even sure what that means, but it probably has something to do with the fact that the number of billionaires in the world has more than doubled over the last five years. Today, there are over 1,600 billionaires on planet Earth, with the richest being Bill Gates, who is worth somewhere between 75 and 80 billion.The richest people tend to spend their money on houses, yachts, philanthropy, and politics, but what if you had a billion dollars?
I’m extremely fortunate because my commute to work involves nothing more than a flight of stairs. If you’re not so lucky, you’ve probably wished for something — anything — to help you pass the time. Long drives, traffic jams, road work — it’s enough to make you spend money on audiobooks!Before you open your wallet, consider stocking up on podcasts. For a total price of zero, you can find a virtually endless selection of entertaining shows to ease your drive.You’re
It may be April 1, but this is no joke: Comedy Central’s new iOS app lets you watch full-length episodes of “The Daily Show,” “Key & Peele,” “South Park,” and more–all for free.@#!$ yeah!Before this, various Comedy Central shows had their own apps, but most of them (like The Colbert Report’s) let you watch only clips. Now you can see the latest episodes of over a dozen shows, in their entirety, the day after they air.In other words, at long
Attention, cord-cutters! If you’ve been wanting to try Hulu Plus but didn’t want to shell out for the privilege, today’s your lucky day. For a limited time, you can get a free one-month Hulu Plus trial, plus a second month when you link up your Facebook account. That’s a combined value of $15.98, and all it takes is a few clicks.For anyone serious about cutting the cord (i.e.; ditching that pricey monthly cable bill), Hulu Plus should definitely be part of the game plan.For