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Suspended High School Teen Who Asked Miss America to Prom Gets Unbelievable Offer from Brothel Owner

You may have heard by now about high school senior Patrick Farves who was suspended from his York, Pennsylvania high school after he asked Miss America Nina Davuluri out to prom while she was visiting his school. Pretty ridiculous, right? The kid has the balls to ask Miss America to prom and he gets punished. […]


Federal Agency: “Sike!” No Powdered Alcohol For You

For all of you hoping that powdered alcohol was coming to a store near you, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau has just said, “Sike!” The federal agency released a statement today that their approval of Palcohol’s powdered vodka, rum, and other cocktails were made “in error.” According to the company that makes […]


Chipotle is Raising Their Prices in the Next Few Weeks

Chipotle has announced that they’ll be raising their prices by 3% – 5% per menu item starting in the next few weeks. This will be their first price increase in three years. According to Chipotle Chief Financial Officer John Hartung, the price of steak has increased 25 percent in the past three months. Additionally, cheese and […]


Start Crying Now: This Painting Sold for $44 Million

Feast your eyes on the most expensive line you’ve ever seen- and it’s only a line of paint. Abstract expressionist painter Barnett Newman’s masterpiece, “Onement VI,” was created in 1953. The 8.5’ x 10’ painting sold at Sotheby’s auction for $43.8 million. A simple light blue line on a dark blue background just sold for […]


Heads Up: Google is Scanning Your Email

Google has updated their privacy policies making it completely clear that they are scanning your email. Here is what was added: Our automated systems analyze your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features, such as customized search results, tailored advertising, and spam and malware detection. This analysis occurs as the content is sent, received, […]

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Black Teens Go to School Dressed in Business Attire to Challenge Racial Stereotypes

During Black History Month, a group of African-American male students at Illinois’ Central High School decided to get together and make a video to defy racial stereotypes. The video is titled “Suit & Tie in the 217,” and offers a different perspective of young black men than mainstream media typically report on. They did this by […]


This Chrome Extension Tells You Whether You Were Exposed to the Heartbleed bug

The Heartbleed bug is said to be one of the biggest security flaws of recent times. With the amount of sites we have accounts on, it’s hard to know which passwords we need to change. Last week, a chart came out where you could manually check, but we all know this can be time-consuming, humans […]


NYC Prostitutes Are Now Using Airbnb Apartments to Save Money

Prostitutes in New York are now turning Airbnb apartments into temporary brothels, according to the New York Post. The reasons are quite simple, as one 21-year-old escort noted: “It’s more discreet and much cheaper than The Waldorf,” said the sex worker, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “Hotels have doormen and cameras. They ask questions. […]


UPDATED: The 14-Year-Old Girl Who Tweeted Terrorist Threat to American Airlines Has Been Arrested

[Updated April 14, 2024 8:33 p.m PST] The girl has been arrested at her home by Dutch police in Rotterdam, Netherlands. A spokesperson told BusinessInsider: We’re not in a state that we can communicate any state of charges at this point. We just thought it was necessary to bring this out mostly because of the fact that […]


UPDATED: France Implements Action to Protect Workers From Working After-Hours

Editor’s note: According to BuzzFeed, the report by The Guardian is inaccurate. France did NOT ban employees from sending work emails after 6 p.m. The agreement is meant to protect some workers from having too many work interruptions when they’re off the clock. Lastly, the agreement will only affect about 200,000 – 250,000 workers, not […]