Ooooh, influential, powerful buildings. All hail our new concrete overlords. Seriously, photos of the buildings are useless to bad guys. And even assuming they could possibly have some use, the government has to pass a law making something illegal before it can stop you from doing it. It’s a little something called due process.
If you had an Addy doll: You were (and are) black.
Why? It’s okay for negligent truckers to hit famous actors?
It’s called topology! Study it.
Especially when you count animal nipples.
You’re getting lazy, Buzzfeed, now you’re just recycling things. You think we can’t remember as far back as four months ago? http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/77-facts-that-sound-like-huge-lies-but-are-completely-true
#7: Have you ever actually read anything by Dickens? P.S. I gotta give you #8, though.
#29: Who doesn’t love burritos?
#48 isn’t about L.A. at all. You owe me one thing I probably don’t know about Los Angeles, BuzzFeed.
In #13, the horses are wearing pink leg warmers. That’s pretty damn white girl.
#11: Those are not wellies. Those are boots or Docs or whatever. Bloody American.
Well, #25 is actually a good idea.
Doesn’t make up for the other 26, though.
Fake. Fake. Fake, fake, and fake.
Uhhh … did you read the article? It never actually happened.
No duh. This was reported early but ignored: http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2014/06/victoria-wilcher-receives-30-000-kfc-grandmother-lie/ The *only* source for the supposed “news” was a Facebook post by the grandmother. The news media just took that and ran with it, with no fact-checking, no dual sources, and no investigation.
Because the owner is her grandfather. She’s not going to sue him.
Speaking as a 60-year-old, I’m guessing this was written by a what, maybe 28-year-old? It’s what you *think* you’ll regret later. Let me tell you something, you know NOTHING about regret. For example, #12 — I regret 98.5% of the times I said I love you.
#5: Make that Hofstadter. Douglas Hofstadter. How come Douglas Hofstadter can’t get any respect?
There’s a reason for #5. After the building (including the bathroom) was built, they discovered some kind of historic site underneath. I remember it vaguely, but I’m too lazy to Google it.
Why is it important enough to mention in the headline that she’s from Brooklyn?
So Hod exists?