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June 13, 2013
In its first shot against the bow against the Business Insider audience, BuzzFeed literally writes an article that’s so fetch. Move over Financial Times, BF is gunning for your readership.

In its first shot against the bow against the Business Insider audience, BuzzFeed literally writes an article that’s so fetch. Move over Financial Times, BF is gunning for your readership.

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May 17, 2013
nationalpost:

Gawker claims to have seen video of Rob Ford using crack cocaine pipeA published report says a video that appears to show Toronto mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine is being shopped around by a group of men allegedly involved in the drug trade.There was no way to verify the video, however, which was the subject of a report on Gawker on Thursday and then became the subject of numerous stories.The Toronto Star said two of its reporters watched the video and said it appears to show Ford in a room, sitting in a chair, inhaling from what appears to be a glass crack pipe.A story on the Star website Friday also alleges Ford makes several disparaging and crude remarks about Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and the high school football team he coaches.A lawyer retained by Ford, Dennis Morris, told the newspaper that Thursday’s publication by the Gawker website of some details related to the video was “false and defamatory.”

In case you missed this last night, because this is definitely not one to miss.

nationalpost:

Gawker claims to have seen video of Rob Ford using crack cocaine pipe
A published report says a video that appears to show Toronto mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine is being shopped around by a group of men allegedly involved in the drug trade.

There was no way to verify the video, however, which was the subject of a report on Gawker on Thursday and then became the subject of numerous stories.

The Toronto Star said two of its reporters watched the video and said it appears to show Ford in a room, sitting in a chair, inhaling from what appears to be a glass crack pipe.

A story on the Star website Friday also alleges Ford makes several disparaging and crude remarks about Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and the high school football team he coaches.

A lawyer retained by Ford, Dennis Morris, told the newspaper that Thursday’s publication by the Gawker website of some details related to the video was “false and defamatory.”

In case you missed this last night, because this is definitely not one to miss.

8:39 // 11 months ago
May 10, 2013
Mike Tyson has an Adult Swim series coming, and boy, does it have a great description.
We’re just going to post it straight up from the press release, no editing: "In the new animated comedy series Mike Tyson Mysteries, Mike Tyson is taking the fight from the boxing ring to the streets… by solving mysteries! Armed with a magical tattoo on his face and a trusty associate by his side — a talking pigeon — if you have a problem that needs solving, Iron Mike is in your corner. The series incorporates live-action appearances featuring Mighty Mike himself, and the gloves come off as the former heavyweight champ and his fowl-mouthed partner gear up for weekly adventures as they put unsolved mysteries — like how to defeat a super computer at chess or why a famous author/werewolf can’t finish his novel — down for the count. Animated quarter-hour from Warner Bros Animation." (photo by Brian Birzer/via Wikimedia Commons)

Mike Tyson has an Adult Swim series coming, and boy, does it have a great description.

We’re just going to post it straight up from the press release, no editing: "In the new animated comedy series Mike Tyson Mysteries, Mike Tyson is taking the fight from the boxing ring to the streets… by solving mysteries! Armed with a magical tattoo on his face and a trusty associate by his side — a talking pigeon — if you have a problem that needs solving, Iron Mike is in your corner. The series incorporates live-action appearances featuring Mighty Mike himself, and the gloves come off as the former heavyweight champ and his fowl-mouthed partner gear up for weekly adventures as they put unsolved mysteries — like how to defeat a super computer at chess or why a famous author/werewolf can’t finish his novel — down for the count. Animated quarter-hour from Warner Bros Animation." (photo by Brian Birzer/via Wikimedia Commons)

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April 28, 2013
What a gas: Back in 1925, the U.S. government started a giant helium reserve, assuming that it would be essential to our military forces, which we correctly assumed would be made up of thousands of zeppelins like the one shown above. Instead, it became a key element of birthday parties nationwide, with much of that thin air being supplied by the federal government. In recent years, numerous presidents have tried to get rid of the Federal Helium Program, with President Clinton signing a law in 1996 to eventually shut it down. But there’s a problem: Nobody in the private sector has stepped up to replace the program, leading to members of the House recently voting to keep the program going for a few more years. In other words, the private sector is high on the government’s supply.

What a gas: Back in 1925, the U.S. government started a giant helium reserve, assuming that it would be essential to our military forces, which we correctly assumed would be made up of thousands of zeppelins like the one shown above. Instead, it became a key element of birthday parties nationwide, with much of that thin air being supplied by the federal government. In recent years, numerous presidents have tried to get rid of the Federal Helium Program, with President Clinton signing a law in 1996 to eventually shut it down. But there’s a problem: Nobody in the private sector has stepped up to replace the program, leading to members of the House recently voting to keep the program going for a few more years. In other words, the private sector is high on the government’s supply.

11:56 // 11 months ago