Archive for April, 2010

SMASHgods Tax Day Freebies Bonanza! Get em While They’re Free!

Thursday, April 15th, 2010 | SMASH Freebies with No Comments »

Smashgods Freebies

We know today is Tax Day and I know a lot of procrastinators out there are waiting til the very last minute to file their returns. Still need to staple all those receipts together and crunch some numbers? Still don’t know how to make sense of your Turbo Tax? Or maybe you’re like us and got this all done a while ago. Don’t fret. Cause SmashGods has your deals for you to make you forget this yearly burden. We have found the following free deals specially for you today –the hard-working American, the one who deserves a break every day, but having this today just makes it all a little sweeter. Get these specials now before they’re all gone: Read the rest of this entry »

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The Best Meal I’ve Ever Had

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 | SMASH Pop Culture with No Comments »

Singapore Food

Ah, Singapore! I have spent some time here in the last few years and I was just there recently on a business trip. What can be said about this amazing but sometimes unsettling authoritarian city-state? Where the main activities that concern most Singaporeans seems to be a heavy dose of extravagant shopping (you really must see the incredibly designed Ion Orchard shopping center, a feat of art and design with swirling escalators going up and down several floors) and bodacious eating. Read the rest of this entry »

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Smash TV: Top Five Reasons Why We Think Jamie Oliver Will Get His Ass Kicked on “Food Revolution”

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 | SMASH Pop Culture with 1 Comment

Jamie Oliver Food Revolution

Last week saw the much-hyped premiere of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution on ABC. It did pretty well in the ratings (well, who watches TV on Friday nights anyways?) and it was all over the media outlets, from Larry King Live to the Oprah Winfrey Show. The preternaturally boyish celebrity chef from England, with executive producer (and also boyish) Ryan Seacrest in tow, were busy telling the nation that it was facing a crisis in how poorly its children were eating in public schools all over America. Read the rest of this entry »

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