This is a good example of using the wrong tool for the job. Two guys try to load a giant urn onto a small truck. They use their own body weight to tilt the truck down and slide the urn on, but that doesn't work. They try a few other things but nothing seems to work. In the end it doesn't matter, because what you expect might happen happens.
Yana Sydnor of Natomas, California was asleep in her bedroom when she heard movement downstairs. She texted her friends who encouraged her to call the police. Syndor hid in the bathroom with her toddler while the police broke down her door ready to, er, roomba with the intruder. Shortly after, she heard laughter. From CBS… READ THE REST
On Friday, police in Clame Lake Township, Michigan noticed a man duck down in the passenger seat of a vehicle when they approached. They asked for the fellow's name and the alias he gave them turned out to be the name of someone else who was wanted for outstanding warrants. Ooops. From WFTV: Troopers arrested… READ THE REST
Andrew Lewer, a Conservative Party Member of Parliament in the UK, was today fired from his position in the Home Office after being identified as the source of a leak. To figure out who forwarded internal communications to the political blog Guido Fawkes, they added unique features to each recipient's copy. In an attempt to… READ THE REST
Skewers are about as primal an instrument as man has ever devised. In fact, a stick with a fashioned tip for just that type of open-flame cooking was found at a campsite believed to date back over 300,000 years. With all that research and development time, it would be easy to imagine that pretty much… READ THE REST
Even in this new age of home offices and remote employment, we still haven't really advanced the state of desk decor much, have we? The walls around you may have changed and your boss may have to Zoom you rather than casually eyeball your productivity during a judgmental walk-by, but the immediate desktop environment probably… READ THE REST
STEM jobs are expected to increase to more than 9 million next year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. With job markets still recovering from the COVID shutdowns and seismic shifts in scores of industries over the past year, it's no wonder that many parents are getting smart and deciding to get their… READ THE REST