Spotted this morning in the msnbc.com newsroom:
-tiaras -biscuits -scones heart-shaped scones -apple cider in plastic champagne flutes -and for some reason, a lot of bananas (that one may be unrelated to the Royal Wedding) …And now there’s a 9-tiered wedding cake. #royalweddingsugarhigh
‘Will, it’s not too late!’ said one sign held aloft by an...– from AP’s royal wedding coverage
In case you missed it we saw Prince William say ‘you look beautiful.’– Diane Sawyer describing the moment Catherine Middleton joined him at the altar. (via abcworldnews)
Man Dressed as Cow Steals 26 Gallons of Milk →
Headline of the Day Award goes to nbcwashington.com.
We do not have time for this kind of silliness. We’ve got better stuff to...– Obama, responding to the birth certificate matter
Bible edits leave some feeling cross →
The new version adopted language intended to “more clearly express the meaning of the original,” The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said — like changing “booty” to “plunder” or “spoils of war,” because “booty” has a different, decidedly unbiblical meaning nowadays.
#@*! Swearing really is a powerful painkiller,... →
Trump: 'I have a great relationship with the... →
Library figures out how to solve the porn usage... →
Who looks at porn at a library? Who does that?
Boy escapes as mom drives into river, killing self... →
The details of this story keep getting worse: A 25-year-old mom drowned herself and her three young children in the Hudson River following a domestic dispute. Her ten-year-old son reportedly escaped through the window of the minivan and was taken to a local fire department, sopping wet.
HOAX: General Electric's tax refund so sketchy,...
shortformblog: $11B the amount in profits General Electric earned last year, on $150 billion in revenue $3.2B the size of GE’s tax refund this year … earned through a series of tax havens 100% the amount of that $3.2 billion heading directly to the Treasury … as a way to blunt criticism source This is actually not true. CNBC.com has the details: General Electric called an earlier media...