New study tactics call for cuteness
It’s late. You’re up. If you missed out on the annual NYC Medieval Festival, fear not, it rained and wasn’t that awesome, just like all that homework you’re catching up on now. Take a break with the news!
Sure fire way to an “A”: Researchers at the University of Hiroshima in Japan decided that pictures of cute baby animals aren’t just a great way to procrastinate, but actually make you focus more. Making everyone hate rats a little more.
UNimpressive: The U.N. Chief was duped by pranksters into believing that a caller was actually the Canadian Prime Minister. True to form, the actual Candian Prime Minister offered a lengthy apology and a free coupon for maple syrup.
They’ve got nothing on Butler: Here’s a whole photo album of people sleeping in libraries. No word on whether every single one of these people are Columbia grad students.
And a funny video…
If all those donation e-mails haven’t driven you insane yet, here’s some more Obama spam!
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