All things being equal, NewsFeed would have rather seen Boba Fett’s helmet up for grabs but we’re not ruling out a last-minute bid either.
It’s Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. The sequel.
You wouldn’t have thought that Israel’s military would have time to surf the net but, in the name of investigating potential draft dodgers, it’s using Facebook to check up on some of its citizens.
Topping today’s list of cheesy crime stories? The two dudes who robbed the owners of a pizza joint, but made off with the wrong kind of dough.
“The movie is frivolous fun, but not, as I had sort of hoped, as sinfully awful as Showgirls, Mariah Carey’s Glitter or Britney Spears’ Crossroads.“
…And discover that 3,000-year-old music kind of stinks. Then again, in their defense, the recently rediscovered conch shells can only play a couple notes.
The folks over at ‘We Do Chicken Right’ are calling for submissions. Show your Twitter smarts and Colonel Sanders will reciprocate with cash for your college fund. (Via the Buffalo News).
If you’re thinking about axing ’3-1-1′ from your travel preparations, we’ve got news for you. There are worse forms of transit than the airlines.
Toys do have a place in the kitchen this holiday season.
Yesterday, NewsFeed was worried that an online movement, National Opt-Out Day would slow security lines at airports, even forcing people to miss flights as passengers turned down backscatter scans and pat-downs. Turns out, we had …
First off, NewsFeed knows firsthand that the Brooklyn, N.Y., neighborhood of Prospect Heights is a growing, friendly community with people of all stripes and does not typically have samurai sword-wielding homicidal religious …
450,000 albums and two million individual songs sold worldwide in the first week. You know what? The Beatles might have a future.