The Consumerist reports that a California man, who was trying to clear his yard of cobwebs, decided the best gardening tool for this project was a blowtorch. This soon lead to a brush-fire in his backyard, and $25,000 worth of… Read More ›
Month: July 2012
According to the Local, thousands of bees swarmed an H&M store in Stockholm, a city that happens to be the headquarters of the Swedish clothing company. The bees were removed by making them dizzy with smoke and good deals. As… Read More ›
New Airport Scanners Can Tell What You Ate For Breakfast! 3 More Embarrassing Things Airport Screeners Could Tell You…
Gizmodo has reported that new portable scanners, that may be used in U.S. airports and border crossings as early as 2013, will be able to use lasers to check out your molecules. Specifically, the lasers will allow the scanners’ users… Read More ›
The Modesto Bee reports that two dogs got married in a benefit for the Humane Society of New York in a Guinness Book Of World Record setting wedding, setting the record for most expensive pet wedding at $158,187.26! We hope that if… Read More ›
Extra-Terrestrials May Be Vacationing in the U.K.! Good Luck Finding A Hotel Room During The Olympics, Alien Suckers!
According to the Mirror, reports recently released by the U.K. Ministry of Defence indicate that the British government believed in 1995 that aliens were visiting the United Kingdom for tourism purposes. And the Times of India has just reported that… Read More ›
According to the Local, a drunk Swedish man, who was late for his flight at a Swedish airport, came up with a dumb plan to delay takeoff so he would not miss his plane: tell security there was a bomb… Read More ›
A recent series of Boston Globe articles reported that despite telling the public that he “left Bain Capital in 1999” and “relinquished all management authority” that Mitt Romney was the CEO of Bain Capital, according to SEC filings in 2002…. Read More ›
As we wrote about here, the Wall Street Journal recently reported that social-news sharing site Digg sold for only $500,000. In contrast, TechCrunch has reported that Digg actually sold for around $16 million, with about $500,000 to $725,000 in assets going to… Read More ›
The Real Cause Of Global Unemployment Crisis: Too Many Women Putting Nicholas Cage Pictures On Their Resumes?
Yahoo reports that a Canadian woman applying to be an administrative assistant at York University, inadvertently emailed a photo of Nicholas Cage with a psychotic-looking grin instead of a cover letter to her potential future employer. Remember, potential new work force… Read More ›
Have you spent this Friday the 13th wishing that you could spend an entire night being chased by fake zombies in a zombie-themed amusement park, complete with warehouses, and run-down buildings? We did say the entire night, meaning you don’t get… Read More ›