Adrian really liked cars. He wanted a Lamborghini but needed to go to California. So he took his parents car to drive there. Adrian is five.
Things are grim in Portland. They cancelled the annual naked bike ride.
Mars Inc., the makers of M&Ms and Snickers candy bars, has filed a patent for chocolate that doesn’t melt.
Tom Cruise is flying to outer space to film a movie with Elon Musk. Really.
Elon Musk sat down to explain that language will become an inferior form of compression once we can all transmit thoughts to each other.
The European Space Agency, trying to figure out how to make concrete for a moon base where water is so valuable, hit on an idea. They’ll use human piss.
The morbid story of the week award goes to the Associated Press who brings us news of a unique solution to the coffin shortage in Columbia. A hospital bed that turns into a coffin.
The BBC could not resist sharing how Queen’s lead guitarist tore his gluteus maximus. Over-enthusiastic gardening.
Ron is a bull. Ron had an “itchy bum.” Ron scratched himself against a telephone pole but was a tad aggressive and brought down a transformer that was on the pole and knocked out power to 800 homes.
President Trump toured an N95 mask manufacturing plant, wearing goggles, but no mask, as the song Live and Let Die played in the background.
A fight broke out in the Hong Kong parliament.
In 1847 the Choctaw people sent $170 to help during the potato famine. In 2020, the Irish people returned the favor.
Oh, and Adrian? A local Lamborghini owner read his story and popped by to give him a drive around.