The week that was (03-01-19)

Scientists are trying to figure out how an 8-foot humpback whale ended up in the Amazon jungle.

Harvard University wearily denied published rumors that Rapper Lil Pump was replacing German Chancellor Angela Merkel as this year’s commencement speaker.

A brewer decided the world needed a Lucky Charms-flavored beer. Morning Marshmallow IPA goes on sale on March 2nd.

DC bars opened early Wednesday morning for “watch parties” of Michael Cohen’s testimony to the House Oversight Committee. Missed opportunity for the afore-mentioned Lucky Charms IPA.

I learned earlier this week about Andy Warhol-branded skateboard decks you can buy at the MoMA store for $1650. Not to be outdone, Chanel announced a $7,700 skateboard.

We learned that Stevie Nicks has a “temperature-controlled” vault for her thousands of shawls.

Kalashnikov, makers of the AK-47, machine gun of choice of terrorists and jungle guerrilla fighters, announced a low cost drone that can deliver, “three kilograms of explosives and detonate on impact.”

Boeing announced an unmanned fighter jet that has a range of 2,000 nautical miles and, “designed to fly alongside crewed aircraft in combat for a fraction of the cost.”

A Florida man was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend with a cookie.

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