I guess it was only a matter of time before the interwebs mashed up Pokemon and Lolcats and turned it into handicrafts. Who says cross stitch is for just little old ladies? It's also for really big geeks, apparently.
At a speech in the Canadian city of Calgary, Sarah Palin admitted to previously crossing the border into Canada to use the same socialized healthcare services she so vehemently opposes today. The vocal opponent of health-care reform in the U.S. steered largely clear of the topic except to reveal a tidbit about her life growing up not far from Whitehorse. “We used to hustle over the border for health care we received in Canada,” she said. “And I think now, isn't that ironic?”
Sometimes the internet produces something magical. This is one of those times.
A set of signs in Havana, Cuba. No camels (no Bedouin?) and no centaurs allowed!
Burning van caught Google Street View in Toronto. Does anybody know the story behind this?
Apparently the Governator likes his smiley oatmeal so much he posted it on Twitter.
Boing Boing, once the standard of solid, staid techblogs everywhere has given itself an overhaul into a knockoff of BuzzFeed, both in terms of content and style. What happened?
Video of a moving pissing match statue in Prague. Very slightly NWS and totally awesome!