Because when Newsfeed goes on vacation we really just like to stay indoors and not actually see anything in the city we’re visiting.
The Bush book tour has gone virtual.
If you bottle the water outside of Fiji, is it still Fiji Water?
They’re delightful! They’re beautiful! They’re going to read lame gags from a teleprompter! Behold the two movie stars who have been tapped to serve as the next Oscar hosts.
What’s the difference between a horse and a Gitmo inmate? If you’re the King of Saudi Arabia, apparently not much.
The best lottery-related anecdote NewsFeed ever heard was that the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 have never been drawn together. We might just have found out about a better story.
Monday’s links shake off the holiday weekend with Pee-Wee Herman and chats about God.
Aging may just be a state of mind after all.
Talk about a shock. A retired electrician from southern France has broken 40 years of silence to reveal he owns 271 previously unknown art works by Pablo Picasso–and as a result now finds himself charged by the painter’s …
Exhausted from all the bargain hunting/shopper trampling you did over Black Friday weekend? Too bad. There are more deals to be found. (via Techland)
But don’t call her greedy. She promises to use the profits to end Spain’s public finance crisis.
The latest WikiLeaks dump includes a quarter million state department documents and almost as many diplo-disses. Which world leader was called a “flabby old chap?” Read on to find out. (Hint: It’s not Berlusconi.)