The week that was

The week that was

A kindergartner in Michigan popped open a bottle of tequila at snack time and shared it with his classmates.

An NFT of Jack Dorsey’s first tweet, purchased at an auction for almost $3 million, was re-listed for $48 million but only got lukewarm interest with a top bid of $277.

A 1959 receipt for “nothing” from the conceptual artist Yves Klein was purchased by a French art collector for $1.2 million.

A Texas man was arrested on aggravated assault charges after beating his roommate with a stick during an argument over what mosquitoes look like.

According to Russian media, Monotype Imaging, the license holder of popular typefaces such as Times New Roman, Arial, and Helvetica has blocked access to its catalogue for users in Russia. Twitter users joked that all diplomatic communiques from Russia will now be sent in Comic Sans.

The Costa Rican government was hit with a ransomware attack, taking down central computer systems and preventing the treasury from paying public employees, issuing pension checks, or collecting on taxes.

John Hinkley Jr., the man who attempted to assassinate Ronald Regan, is out of prison and will be holding a concert in Brooklyn as part of a national Redemption Tour. It is sold out.

A woman with 229 pounds of weed in her Chevy Suburban ran out of gas on a bridge outside of Memphis and was busted when police came to her assistance.


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