Her license plate is now construed for a vanity plate without much vanity. It reads WHO R8X. Lol.
Vancouver, a fine Canadien city, is banning door knobs.
Over the weekend we made some nuclear deal with Iran. It probably went something like this: we won't blow you up, you don't blow us up. Just as they did with other complex global topics, here's the Washington Post with 9 questions we were too stupid to ask about the nuclear agreement.
Yesterday it was a shark for home, now I want the grey seal from the zoo.
Is Knockout really a problem, or were assaults like this rather common anyway.
Well that's just obnoxious. This guy set the world record for Christmas lights, by 150,000!
Do you use periods when you text?
Michael Cera played the unknown number text game. The responses he got are worth the read.
I thought I something semi-NSFW in People(?) with Tyson Beckford. I Googled and got this! He did a HOT shoot with a transgendered person and it caused some commotion.
Holy siht! The trucker tried to pass on a two way road and didn't see the car with the dash cam. I'm surprised there's not blood.
The beginning of the Buddha potentially solved.
So perfect timely considering the anniversary of the weekend. Magneto bent the Lee Harvey Oswald bullet and killed JFK. WUT!?
Alan Moore worked on some of the most game changing comics ever. The Killing Joker, Watchmen, V for Vendetta. If his point here is that comics are purely written for the sake of immense dollars, then he's probably correct. But just say that. Instead of this, “These days, superhero comics think the audience is certainly not nine to 13, it's nothing to do with them. It's an audience largely of 30-, 40-, 50-, 60-year old men, usually men. Someone came up with the term graphic novel. These readers latched on to it; they were simply interested in a way that could validate their continued love of Green Lantern or Spider-Man without appearing in some way emotionally subnormal."