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Trolling fishermen brought home a rare catch — video of a great white shark cruising the North Carolina coast and circling their boat.
Some 10, 000 people in Budapest are now criminals under a new law in Hungary that outlaws being homeless. From The BBC: A new legal regulation has come into force in Hungary making homelessness punishable by a fine of around $600 or prison. MPs from the ruling conservative party proposed the regulation, on the grounds [...]
After some anti-abortion organizations rejoiced at the discovery that the iPhone 4S’ digital assistant, Siri, won’t provide a list of abortion providers when asked “I want an abortion” or “Where can I get an abortion?” and in some cases listed anti-abortion women’s clinics, the Internet launched a debate over whether the gadget was really “pro-life.” [...]
What’s better than a $5 footlong? A $2 six-inch sub. Subway plans to launch a deal making its meatball and cold-cut subs available for only two bucks during December, USA Today reported, joining a number of other fast food chains with cheap specials during a down economy. From USA Today: December is typically a slower [...]
Four of last night’s Victoria’s Secret Angels are moms. Miranda Kerr and Doutzen Kroes both gave birth in January, Adriana Lima has a 2-year-old at home and Alessandra Ambrosio had a daughter in 2008. According to Ed Razek, chief marketing officer for Victoria’s Secret’s parent company, the fact that the women are moms is a [...]
Burger King is shaking up their french fry recipe for the first time since 1998 according to Reuters: Burger King said it made the new fries thicker, reduced sodium and added a coating that makes them crisper and keeps them hotter longer. (Read more) I’m all for less salt (not really, I love salt), but Read More
Imagine your workplace without email. That fantasy (or nightmare) will soon be reality for thousands of people who work for information technology firm Atos. The company, which has offices in the Houston area and in Norwalk, Conn., manages IT for the Olympics. Its clients include oil field services firms Schlumberger and Baker Hughes. ABC news [...]