Ever wondered if Iron Man could get a DUI, zombies are legally responsible for the people they kill or the Ghost Busters could be accused of falsely imprisoning ghosts? Then you’ll love this great Oddee article answering all the questions you might have about fictional legal issues, as explored by real lawyers.
Depending on how you feel about cats, this incarnation of Walter White will either seem utterly adorable or even more terrifying than “the one who knocks.” Either way, George the Cat does a great impression of Heisenberg.
Spoiler alert: they’re insane!
Ever wonder what bird houses in the slums look like? Wonder no more thanks to artist Jeff Canham.
Mother’s Day is coming up and while I’m working hard to promote my post Environmental Graffiti, I would love for you to read this article about terrible Mother’s Day gifts I wrote for InventorSpot.
That’s right, starting last week and continuing on a weekly basis (hopefully) from here on out is our sister blog, The A*holes Guide to Etiquette. Take a look at the new content and let me know what you think.
Fact of the Day:
The man on the can of Chef Boy-ar-dee was a real person. Hector Boiardi was a gourmet chef at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. –Source
National Tequila Day -This could be problematic.
Link of the Day:
Ack! Creepy nature. To be more specific, the 30 Creepiest Trees in the world.
A new burger joint in Beirut has opened with a terrorist theme. Order burgers to the audio of gunfire -no, really, they’re doing that, and the walls are decorated with fake guns and camoflauge. Try a “rocket propelled grenade” -a.k.a. a chicken skewer.
For more info, visit the Metro article.