Tuesday’s links get angry and stay hungry.
Bill Erwin, a veteran Hollywood actor best known for his Emmy-nominated stint as a grumpy old man on Seinfeld, died at 96 Tuesday of age-related causes.
Anyone holding their breath hoping 2011 might start with a bang of surprise can exhale. A new poll has discovered that the French are the most pessimistic people on earth. Mais duh.
The animated duck with a habit of saying “aw, phooey!” is adorable. Until he gropes your breasts and leaves you suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Whether you’re looking for a bargain or a job, one company has started off 2011 with a plan for both parties.
The talk-show queen will be relieved that viewers spent New Year’s Day not only recovering from celebrations the night before, but also deciding to check out her new network.
NewsFeed hopes he’s a cat person. Because these are some pretty large cats.
The moon passed between the earth and the sun this morning around 3 am EST, but the resulting eclipse wasn’t visible in the United States. Fortunately NewsFeed’s friends in Europe have camcorders.
Furniture shops in the U.K. are reporting that more king-size beds are being sold than ever before. What did you think we were talking about?
Jan. 3 1924 was the date that British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the 3,000 year old remains of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen — and King Tut still doesn’t look a day over 18.
According to a small Christian movement, yes, it will.
Your cereal is about to get a little bit lonely. (Via The New Yorker)