James White

James White specializes in internet hoaxes, travel, product reviews, and social media.

  • How To...
    28 Natural Treatments for Enlarged Prostate (BPH)

    Have you been diagnosed with an enlarged prostate, also known as Benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH? Have you tried over-the-counter, and at-home treatments to alleviate the symptoms? Have you tried prescription medicine as well? Here is my list of 28 natural solutions to BPH.

  • Music
    Remembering Prince: 2004 Rock Hall Solo

    As the music world mourns the loss of Prince at the age of 57, a 12-year old performance is making the rounds where the artist plays a monster solo during “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” Watch Prince perform alongside Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynn, and others at the 2004 Rock & Roll...

  • Odd News
    Viral: Train Track Optical Illusion Fries Internet Brains

    A UK dad was playing with his son’s toy train track when he noticed something unusual. The video he posted online has since fried a few brains by confused viewers. There is, however, a simple explanation.

  • Odd News
    Odd This Week: Racist Microsoft Twitter Bot, #ManInTree

    Some odd stories we’re watching this week include Microsoft’s out of control Twitter bot, “Waldo” found “being very disorderly,” an angry Easter Bunny in a New Jersey mall brawl, and a two-headed lamb in China.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Fake This Week: Cadbury Bans Easter, Harrison Ford Endorses Trump

    Today begins my 8th installment of Fake This Week, a running recap of the most popular bogus stories circulating online.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Fake This Week: E-Cig “Juice” Ban, Snowden CIA and Global Warming

    Here is a running recap of some of the more prominent fake stories floating around the internet this week.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Fake This Week: Atheist Trump, Rob Zombie at Oscars

    A running recap of some of the more popular fake stories floating around the internet this week.

  • Odd News
    How Many Watermelons?

    A graphic shows several watermelons which have been cut into halves and three-quarters. We are asked to determine how many watermelons are in the picture.