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Yoga pants are serious business, especially when you decide to blame the perceived quality of your product on your customer’s waistline. Lululemon has been under fire after customers complained about the quality of their yoga pants. In June, the clothing company recalled black luon bottoms after many said they were too sheer and revealing. In Read More
A New York Times op-ed piece by Daniel Duane titled Is It O.K. to Kill Cyclists? is making the rounds. One of the points made by the author is that motorists who kill cyclists usually get away with the act with a mere traffic citation, like “unsafe lane change.” Mr. Duane ends the piece with a proposal to make Read More
A 16-year-old shooting suspect isn’t going to win any points with the judge after what he told reporters as he was leaving a New York City police station. CBS New York reports Corey Dunton has multiple charges linked to the weekend shooting at the Bryant Park ice skating rink. Police say he demanded a man Read More
A Harlem Globetrotter almost trotted his way into the next life after an attempted dunk went awry in Honduras. The New York Daily News reports William “Bull” Bullard was trying to do an alley-oop dunk at the Nacional de Ingenieros Coliseum in Tegucigalpa when the hoop toppled over onto him. Bullard suffered a cut over Read More
About 80 people were reportedly executed in seven cities across North Korea on November 3 for infractions ranging from the distribution of pornographic material and prostitution to watching western movies and television, Korea Joonhang Daily reported on Monday. According to the South Korean paper, the executions took place in cities such as Wonsan, Chongjin, Sariwon, Read More
We’re sure this isn’t NASA meant, but seeing the Earth as a tiny speck of light in all that darkness … well, it’s hard not to think us a rather insignificant part of it all. Meanwhile in Warsaw, the world’s scientists and policy makers are trying to figure out how we can not kill ourselves Read More
Here’s one of those what would you do stories … A New Haven rabbi buys a desk on Craigslist for $200. When the rabbi and his wife try to get the desk into their house, it’s too big. They then take the desk apart to make it fix. Inside, they find thousands of dollars hidden Read More