Category: TWTW

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The Stanford University mascot, The Tree, was suspended for the rest of the season for unfurling a “Stanford hates fun” banner at a recent football game halftime show. In other Stanford news, a man was caught impersonating a Stanford student and living in a dorm basement for weeks. Shanghai Disney went into lockdown when ten […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Joy’s on the loose, Alexa’s premium fart collection, and Bono says he’s sorry.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Power Rangers to the rescue, cow burps, and a man bites dog for real.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The gloves came off in the contentious Pennsylvania senate election when the Democratic hopeful, John Fetterman, put up billboards outside the Philadelphia Eagles’ home field before their game against the Dallas Cowboys accusing the Republican candidate Mehmet Oz a “Cowboys fan.” Facebook Meta, flailing since pivoting to a company that makes a video game that […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida, surprising many with its ferocity as the name “Ian” does not normally bring to mind violence & mayhem. Some stats for the storm include 52-foot waves offshore and a record-breaking 15-foot storm surge. Foreshadowed in the movie Sharknado, (I had no idea they made six of them!) a shark ended […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The US Navy successfully shot down a drone using a laser beam. Intercom systems on several American Airline flights started emitting strange bleating sounds that left passengers either puzzled, bemused, or just annoyed. It’s still happening and no one knows how or why. Adderall, a drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, is in short supply […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    What is art? What is healthcare? What is candy?

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Just a few highlights this week as my schedule in Japan had me focused elsewhere. The Alcaraz v. Sinner US Open quarterfinal match that went over five hours ending 2:30am was one thing but it was the backhand save that was seared into everyone’s memory. The Spanish teenager would go on to beat Tiafoe (that […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Calling all cabs in Moscow, too many signs in Texas and Japan declares war on the floppy disk.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Finding time, next-level keyless entry and what lies beneath.

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