A public school teacher was arrested today at John F. Kennedy International airport this morning as he attempted to board a flight while in possession of a ruler, a protractor, a compass, a slide-rule and a calculator. At a press conference just before noon today, Attorney General Eric Holder said he believes the man is a member of the notorious Al-Gebra movement. Although he did not identify the man, he confirmed the man has been charged by the FBI with carrying weapons of math instruction.
The letter below, was written by a woman who had just broken up with her boyfriend after catching him cheating via Facebook. The letter explains that after finding out about his infidelity, she has invented a "neat new game" whereby she packaged all his stuff leaving it in locations that were related to key moments in their relationship (yeah, forcing the guy to relive each moment as he goes about collecting his stuff).
Thieves were caught after police tracked footprints they left behind in the snow. Two men held up a store in Whitnash, Warwickshire last Saturday morning (March 23, 2013) and left with money and lottery scratchcards. Authorities showed up to investigate and taking advantage of the snowy conditions, followed the thieves’ footprints to a nearby block of apartments. Six suspects were promptly arrested, four of whom were eventually handed robbery charges.
Guess there’s no arguing that Windows Phone 8 runs on the NT Kernel. Several reports have emerged of a strange, and funny, error message asking the customer to “Insert your Windows installation disc and restart your computer.” It’s been reported by several people (screens shots provided too) and even elicited a response from Windows support (“if this is happening when you are flashing your phone, we are unable to provide support for it”).
If you can’t take a joke, chances are you’re going to become the butt of many jokes in the future. That’s what The North Face, the popular American outdoor product company known for their high-priced outdoor products, found after multiple frivolous legal actions against persons that The North Face felt “violated” their self-described “iconic” logo. The North Face logo presents a slightly skewed quarter-circle with two lines running through it and is thought to be an interpretation of High Dome, a massive granite monolith in Yosemite National Park. The logo has become the butt of many jokes and pissing off The North Face has become a favorite pastime for many.
As NYU explained: “NYU uses something called E-Mail Direct for most mass emails. That system is meant for one-way emailing. E-Mail Direct does not allow for reply-alls, therefore you cannot respond to most mass emails. Several NYU departments still rely on the older, discussion-based ListManager program, however. ListManager also sends mass emails, but allows discussions (in the form of reply-alls), unless the settings are adjusted, disabling group discussions and only permitting emails from admins.” And yeah, someone sent an email using the old ListManager and exposed all 40,000 email addresses of NYU students and faculty. Once the students recognized their newfound powers, the fun began.
Steampunk rears its ugly head again. An Oakland artist and teacher was arrested at Oakland International Airport for wearing a suspicious watch. Geoffrey McGann, 49, was arrested at 7:45 PM on Thursday after airport security found him wearing a watch with wires, toggle switch, and fuses protruding from it. Airport security thought the watch looked like either a bomb or a timing device for a bomb and called in the bomb squad to investigate. After handing the watch around amidst a chorus of “oohs” and “aahs”, the watch was deemed safe and classified by TSA as “pretty cool”.
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