Whitney Houston’s sudden passing sparked a wave of condolences from all the corners of the internet. However, one of her biggest fans didn’t get to say goodbye because of an elite team of Navy Seals and their scary accurate marksmanship. We’re talking, of course, about Osama bin Laden.
The Super Bowl might bring the promise of glory to one group of lucky fans and humiliating and bitter defeat to another, but for the rest of the universe, it's a chance to enjoy some primo, top-of-the-line adver-tainment.
News that a planned spinoff of Fox's 'Glee' is dead might have some of its more ardent fans disappointed that they won't be able to fill more minutes of their life with 'Glee' related programming, but they shouldn't be fretting. In fact, they should be celebrating. They should be thanking the gods of television programming that a possible spinoff has tarnished the legacy of the show they would give their very lives to protect.
The only two pictures people take that are bound to always be bad are driver's license photos and criminal mugshots. Thankfully, the internet is full of only one of them unless there is a hilarious website of driver's license photos that we have yet to find.
Christmas may have come and gone but there is still magic to marvel at from this joyous holiday, like the magic that granted the wish of a little girl who only wanted her soldier father back for the holidays.
Christmas is full of familiar traditions: carving the ham, leaving cookies out for Santa, listening to Uncle Morty talk about his gall bladder removal surgery while you’re trying to enjoy some egg nog.
Henry DiCarlo, the meteorologist for Los Angeles’ KTLA5, was supposed to do the weather during a segment on the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas fundraising efforts. But he didn’t like the time he was given to do his segment. So what did he do? Walked off camera live on the air.
One of television’s most prolific and longest working actors has died.
Harry Morgan, best remembered for playing Joe Friday’s partner on “Dragnet” and the kindly military surgeon Col. Sherman T. Potter on the hit sitcom ‘M*A*S*H,’ passed away Wednesday morning at his home in Los Angeles. He was 96 years old.
Facebook may have changed the way we communicate, keep up with long lost friends and pretend that we're doing actual work in the office, but it has come at a great cost to privacy. Now the federal government is forcing the social networking giant to ask all 800 million of their users if they wish to “opt out” of certain settings and features that might expose some of their personal information to the entire world.
We applaud these efforts to ensure our privacy, and we think it should be taken even further. Facebook should not only make sure that our most sensitive information isn't exposed to the general public, but they should also ask us if we want to “opt out” of the most annoying causes of social networking headaches that have spread like some virtual flesh eating bacteria that cannot be stopped.
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