The moon hitting your eye may actually be a pizza pie
It’s late. You’re up. So, it’s Thursday, right? Am I bit off on that? Oh.
Dominos has an order tracker: On its 15th anniversary, restaurant chain Cili launched a pizza into space this week, which returned to earth after a few minutes. In other news, Mars rover “Curiosity” has vowed that it will never order from Cili again.
Browser wars: After a dangerous bug in Internet Explorer was found being exploited by ever more sites, Microsoft has pledged that a fix will come this week. Microsoft employees apologized for the delay, explaining that they hadn’t found the bug until now because “most of us use Chrome.”
Baba-booey: Two men who spent decades prank calling a radio station finally came forward today. Asked why they chose to reveal themselves now, the men replied that it was because most people seem to have gotten wise to the old “Is your refrigerator running?” gag.
Adonis DNA: A former First Lady of Germany is suing Google because the search engine’s autosuggest function implies that she was once an escort. Upon hearing this news, Charlie Sheen announced that he would also sue Google, expressing outrage that the autosuggest function for his name fails to note that he’s had sex with lots of escorts.
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