Does the handle need to be 24 inches for me to axe you a question? You totally told me on a hatchet. I need one of those and a machete. Maybe that should be the next cutting item on the article agenda. » 3/26/15 1:09pm 3/26/15 1:09pm

Having lived in Fl, AZ, and TX I'm shocked to see AZ as "most tax friendly" with high income, sales, real estate, and automotive registration fees it's pretty rough. Especially since the roads and education are in rough shape. CA must be hell. There's no way that living close to coast is worth that hell. » 3/25/15 12:11pm 3/25/15 12:11pm

The electoral college... People just don't get it. The reason the popular vote doesn't work in the US is presidential elections could be bought by purely appealing to the coasts and completely ignoring everything else. The electoral college prevents that and helps equalize power across the states. » 3/25/15 11:42am 3/25/15 11:42am

Sardines are the fish that will pack the nutrient punch for the dollar, but you'll never see them in a salad bar. Too bad too.. The right ones can be delicious! » 3/23/15 1:39pm 3/23/15 1:39pm

There is a product that is basically this recipe, but in a simple tablet form. Abuelita, by Nestle is often found in the Mexican/Latin food aisle at your local megamart and it is a SERIOUS improvement on your normal hot cocoa.

Also, if you're making a good 'n proper chili, (no beans obviously since that would NOT be… » 2/24/15 12:44pm 2/24/15 12:44pm

Interesting infographic. Whiskey is a tough one because there are many methods for whiskey. For example Makers Mark bourbon is fermented in giant tubs that are indoor, but exposed to open air. Not sure about other brands. » 2/19/15 11:06am 2/19/15 11:06am

I really enjoyed this story. As a part of an established technology company the fear of risk drives me crazy. I love how startups can totally change an industry. » 1/09/15 2:47pm 1/09/15 2:47pm

That is cool. Many times, (especially on Gizmodo and Indefinitely Wild) I find the comments to be as informative and interested as the article they're commenting on. Sometimes better. » 1/09/15 1:56pm 1/09/15 1:56pm

My wife bought something not long ago on Amazon that I don't necessarily want my review profile associated with. Whenever amazon sends me an email to review something it's always near the top. I can't open my emails from Amazon at work or public any more... » 12/29/14 10:43am 12/29/14 10:43am

I realized this too late after buying teflon for years. Stainless steel is the way to go. All Clad is great, but if you're on a budget Cuisinart makes good stuff too. My parents have cheap thin stainless that's well over 30 years old that still basically as good as new. My mom cooked nearly every day on that well into… » 12/18/14 10:49am 12/18/14 10:49am

This looks good, and Google Maps is truly fantastic, but it seems both are missing a feature that I think Garmin nailed. If Google gets speed limits built in to the UI it will destroy all competitors. » 12/10/14 3:24pm 12/10/14 3:24pm

If someone is taking your money you are certainly within your right to take it back. A libertarian is not a hypocrite for accepting money from government programs. » 12/04/14 4:01pm 12/04/14 4:01pm