The following folks not only went up against some of Mother Nature's most dangerous killers and managed to survive, they did it by doing stuff action heroes would scoff at.
We're not saying these books are definitively bad for your kids, or that these messages are intentional. We're just saying, 'Waaaiiiit a minute.'
There are bad investments, and there are these: billion-dollar projects that entire governments just got bored of and abandoned, leaving around some pretty cool post-apocalyptic playsets
Being unable to name your firstborn 'Norsehammer Thunderslap' is just the first of the problems you'll have.
I'm Drew Miller, professional wildland firefighter. I protect people's sacred right to live in places that regularly combust. Here's what I've learned on the job.
Banks make it really hard to like them, and they do whatever they can to exploit their position in the shadiest ways imaginable.
This will be the worst article I have ever written. Some would argue that that's a tall order, as I get a decent amount of hate mail assuring me that every article I write is the worst article I have ever written.
Like Doc Brown's time machine or a bitchin' singing voice, copyright law is an incredible power that can be used for both good and evil.
Here are a few of the most ill-advised times a writer looked at a medium full of colorful superbeings and decided it was time to make a statement.