Crocodile Dundee actor Paul Hogan has filed for divorce with his wife. They had a dispute after Hogan brought his wife on their anniversary to a romantic candlelit-dinner at the Outback Steakhouse.
Speaking of failed relationships, Israel and Gaza have issued a 12-hour cease-fire in recognition of the Sabbath on Friday and Saturday nights. Because if there’s one thing both sides can agree on, it’s the freakin’ weekend!
Bose is suing Beats by Dre over noise-cancelling technology. Although the legal paperwork has been filed, Beats’ CEO Dr. Dre has yet to respond formally. He just keeps nodding his head.
Microsoft has laid off 13,000 workers. Apparently all of our grandparents who need tech support in using Microsoft Word are all dying off.
This week, Buzz Aldrin celebrated 45 years since landing on the Moon. And to celebrate, the retired Apollo astronaut spent 45 minutes sitting on the toilet.
North Korea has filed a U.N. complaint about the comedy film, ‘The Interview’, claiming it’s fake and misleading. If the complaint works out, several sub-Saharan African countries are going to file a class-action lawsuit against the movie “The Lion King”.
Weird Al Yankovic is #1 on the Billboard charts for the first time ever in his career. Unfortunately he parodied Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”, so once again, nobody’s a winner.
President Obama visited Los Angeles for a series of fundraisers this week. But due to the secret service-mandated street closures around the vicinity, nobody could make it to the fundraiser in time to meet the President.
A Pittsburgh man used a video-game gun to thwart off a burglar. The bugler was an animated Nintendo Duck.
California has imposed unprecedented conservation rules to address the severe drought this summer. In other news, the Governor of California is starting a health initiative called the “Dehydration Weight Loss Diet”.
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