March 15, 2013
"Why are they still making these?" is a given.
A Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport spokesman says the plane began experiencing problems shortly after takeoff and was trying to return when it hit a warehouse at 53rd Street and North Powerline Road.
Plus a capybara who adopted puppies, the guy who wants to replace food, and the most intense recruiting letter in the world.
The agent for Denver's star defensive end missed a key deadline and now Elvis has left the building.
That is all.
And 19 more in this week's Instagranimals roundup!
Plus eight other tweets you missed today.
Harmony Korine's sexy thriller is 90 minutes of moral depravity. Spoilers within — not that knowing plot details will make you enjoy Spring Breakers any less.
Oh, the gems that Ally Hilfiger and her BFF Jamie gave us in 2003.
That and more in today's CelebFeed gossip roundup.
Report finds the U.S. has violated Pakistan's sovereignty with drone strikes.
You can master his moves in no time...mostly because he really only has five of them.
Grab a seat.
Don't want your magazine to sell? Put Taylor on the cover.
Calls for unionization at an international meeting held symbolically on Pi Day.
Move over, Don Draper, because this lady is way ballsier than you'll ever be.
Whether you love or hate this city, these quotes are all pretty accurate.
Ahhhh, which one is the clone?! Everyone has a twin somewhere out there — when will you meet yours?
The tale of Neymar, soccer homebody.
"Once I had a surgeon throw a suture needle at me because I set it up for a righty, and it turned out he was a lefty."
The Black Mamba was no pushover in the early years, but learning from the best takes time.
This might be harder than you think.
Your move CollegeHumor...
The Emerald City's biggest supporter has some seriously amazing ink.
Veteran Reporter To Launch Business Coverage For The Social Web
The Sunday Times wonders if learning experiences that prioritize fun teach kids about the real world: "Do we want children to â€œbarely noticeâ€ when they develop valuable skills? Not to learn that hard work plays a role in that acquisition? Itâ€™s important to realize early on that mastery often requires persevering through tedious, repetitive tasks and hard-to-grasp subject matter."
Bring back the Shamrock Sundae! On second thought, don't.
Poor Alejandro De Aza is still about thirty feet from the bag.
It's appropriately titled, "Dirty Girls."
Ad-Rock and Mike D made a guest appearance on the last day of Questlove's "Classic Albums" course at NYU. So awesome.
The Champs are here.
Out gay councilman Chris Seelbach and others withdrew from the Cincinnati Parade when members of GLSEN were excluded. "We are horrified by the message this sends to LGBT youth, who suffer constant bullying and discrimination, that they are not welcome in Cincinnati," a GLSEN official says.
The editors at the Food Network think so.
Bruce Wayne doesn't use guns! What is going on?
A landmark in fashion.
The president implied the mandatory federal spending cuts taking place would cause the audience to not have chairs.
I need this on iTunes. NOW.
The European candy with a toy in it is finally coming to America, sort of.
Maryland would be the 18th state to repeal capital punishment.
The owner of a missing iPad has been posting amazing selfies of the tablet's new owner.
Warning: This segment might make you dizzy.
Not sure if this is the cutest or the saddest thing in the whole world. Maybe both.
Sure you had Sleeping Beauty and Peter Pan, but Disney published some other titles you may have forgotten about.
This awkwardly named fanzine of the '70s was short-lived, but featured amazing illustrations and articles.
It's amazing what a dash of Gosling can do for you.
Brian Hartline just signed a $30 million contract with the Miami Dolphins. He calls owning convenience stores "a dream."
The head architect for Google+ asks his followers, "what are the aspects of the way Reader works that made it so useful for you?" He then adds, "This is not a thread to simply complain." The answers â€”Â and there are manyÂ â€”Â are actually pretty great.
Surprisingly, CPAC did not play Patsy Cline as LaPierre exited the stage.
The White House press secretary was talking to Fox host Jenna Lee about the White House Easter egg roll and the sequester.
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These ads were created before the era of the drunken creative Mad Men. These ad men were just plain drunk.
Not to say you've been doing it wrong all these years. But you've been doing it wrong.
That's right. There's exactly 10.
It started with one simple question that gave rise to a tumblr, a film, and now a book.
Best friends forever and ever and ever and ever amen.
It's, like, the grossest thing to have a billion of.
The final battle of round one! See the bracket here and vote at the bottom of this post!
It was probably Wal-Mart.
Fair Warning: This thing is creepy.
Oh snap, did you just poop your pants?
No. But that doesn't mean you should take them! Also: How soon is too soon for Gchat? And when to discipline your dumb Facebook friends.
Your hero of the day.
Do you hate work and life and everyone and everything around you? You just found a friend.
A breakthrough in early treatment.
And 16 other delightfully weird revelations about Pawnee. Like Jason Schwartzman in the role he was born to play.
Even Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce has an office pool! Can't wait to see which 12-seed Don likes this year.
Josh Duggar reportedly will be appointed to a senior executive position at FRC. "No decision has been made," Duffy says.
As my career takes me farther away from my son, how come no one asks me how I balance work and family?
"He told me, if we don't get married, I'll become a priest."
We've reached peak Arias, people.
Angel Hernandez might be ruled legally blind today.
It is the only way you will survive.
They magically transform from a bookshelf or desk into a bed. Save space and impress your friends.
This is really, really weird.
Looking weird, per usual. But everyone else looked nice!
Shortstop Hot Tub Time Machine. (They're not actually in a hot tub, but they may as well be.)
This is some innovative — no, REVOLUTIONARY — nose-picking.
Guinness is good, but there's a universe of other stouts out there. Try something new!
Let's play the unfortunate name game. Add yours below!
Rob Portman's not alone — people with gay friends or family members are much more likely to support allowing them to marry.
Scent marketers play with people's noses and minds in stores, hotels, and military simulations. All thanks to a former Disney Imagineer.
This is either the best or the worst "Girls" pun of all time come to life.
Meet me at all of these places for happy hour tonight.
Gabriel Morais ate nothing but one colored food for 36 hours and then photographed his poop. Because, art. [Warning: tasteful photos of poop]
With apologies to PETA, please, please play Ridiculous Fishing.
This is great. A+ news blooper right here.
Behold the architectural feats of unleavened bread.
Friends of the failed candidate say he has come to an annual gathering of conservatives not in pursuit of celebrity, but to make amends. "It's up to us to make sure that we learn from our mistakes — and my mistakes," he told the crowd Friday.
Almost a decade ago, Matthew Keys, who was indicted by the Department of Justice for allegedly aiding Anonymous, went by the username Madrigalskylark and was one of the most infamous LiveJournal users on the social network.
The Donald is fawned over by partisan bloggers and headline-hungry reporters at CPAC. The actual attendees were not as excited.
From beginners to seasoned pros, there's an infographic for every guitar level of skill – including air guitar. Even if you don't play, they're still cool to look at.
The results are in...
If this doesn't melt your heart, what will?
Even though it was one of fall's biggest runway trends.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has also clashed with the U.S. military over repeated delays to the scheduled handover of Afghan detainees, New York Times reports.
In Mexico more than 70,000 people have died because of drug-related violence since 2007.
Bread has been broken. But what about gridlock?
When you're a former U.S. president, you get to do stuff like this.
The most hellish thing about hyperacusis is that it renders the slightest mundane sound so unbearably loud that suicide seems like the only relief. The second most is convincing people that this condition is real.
Back to Benghazi? Or: "Too many American wars?
Words are funny. Graded A to F.
Catering to binge-watchers, CBS has sold rerun rights to Amazon Prime and Hulu first.
Because Kickstarter isn't always an option.
Putting the United States and Japan's best ballplayers in a yearly head-to-head battle for bragging rights? Yes, please.
Plus bad news for aspiring astronauts, a major Chicken McNugget milestone, and the Pope's first day.