Thursday’s links have bad hair and awesome stuffed animals.
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It was the sight that launched a thousand conspiracy theories. But authorities say the answer is a little more boring.
The contemporary art world was taken by storm this week after paintings by pop artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein battled it out at Christie’s and Sotheby’s in New York City.
“People… Relax… This book is obviously promoted by Amazon per request of FBI in order to track down and catch pedophiles. This book is obviously a bait for the sickos that are lurking around out there trying to prey on our
NewsFeed has a very European sensibility, dahling. That’s why we’re among the first news outlets to see renderings of John Galliano’s new Christmas tree at Claridge’s, the iconic Art Deco hotel in London.
NewsFeed once watched an entire subway car enthralled by a guy who made solving a Rubik’s Cube as easy as A-B-C. But would we want to see a movie about it or indeed any aspect of this peculiar toy? No.
NewsFeed reported Wednesday about Google generously offering a 10% across-the-board pay raise. But in a grim twist, the employee who leaked this good news story has just lost 100% of his/her salary.
They came to indulge in lavish seafood dinners, but ended up subsisting on rations of Pop-Tarts and Spam. Now the 3,299 passengers on board the Carnival Splendor luxury liner are slowly being pulled to shore by two tugboats—but …
Over the past week, former President George W. Bush has been giving us little appetizers in advance of the main course that is his new book, ranging from his thoughts on former Vice President Dick Cheney to his hurt feelings over …
“I think America as a whole has come more to terms with separating war from the warrior.”
– JEFFREY DUNN, who served two tours of duty in Iraq, reacting to the record number of businesses providing discounts and perks to …
Everyone thinks they know better than cab drivers when it comes to the local knowledge of streets. (Via New Scientist)