Today’s Google Doodle in honor of Veterans Day led to an unexpected Internet war over possible Islamic symbolism hidden inside the logo. Accusers say the “e” of Google is in the shape a crescent moon, one half of the main symbol …
“Jake, I’ve never purposefully ‘favorited’ any Tweet. I had to go back to my BlackBerry to even see if such a function was possible. I was traveling to Alaska that day…it was an obvious accidental …
Police spokeswoman, Sherelle Roberts, said that a court summons is being issued ordering Tim Profitt, a Rand Paul campaign volunteer, to appear before a judge.
Fraternities have been behind a lot of ridiculous stunts in the past, but this is a whole new low.
Apparently, in France you can’t algorithmically link a convicted sex offender with the term rape, until all of his appeals have been exhausted.
Deeming that history texts with a “pro-Islam/anti-Christian bias” should not be tolerated in Texas’ schools, the Texas Board of Education passed a resolution yesterday that requires publishers to follow their guidelines. (via AOL News)
At least that’s his story this week.
Clearly U.S. District Judge Stefan Underhill has never seen Bring it On.
Playboy magazine says it will cut ties with its publishers in Portugal following a racy Jesus-themed pictorial.
Playing sexy? Children performing Beyonce’s “All The Single Ladies” in barely-there outfits is nothing to cheer about.