Oct 10, 2015
Amy Schumer tweeted a text message from Kevin Hart on Saturday, Oct. 10, hours before hosting Saturday Night Live -- see what he said!
Man walks around in broad daylight with wife's severed head.
On Oct. 7, Russian warships in the Caspian Sea fired 26 high-tech cruise missiles at rebel targets in Syria—a staggering 1,000 miles away. The missiles in question, which the Pentagon calls SS-N-30s, were mostly unknown to the outside world before the Oct. 7 raid. Even close watchers of the Russian military were surprised to see them. The missile attack was also highly visible. In many ways, it was an announcement to the world, and America in particular, that the once-dilapidated Russian navy is back in action—and that Putin’s missileers are now among the planet’s most advanced. Planning for the missile attack began on Oct. 5, six days after Moscow’s warplanes conducted their first bombing runs
The upcoming animated Batman: The Killing Joke movie from Warner Bros., has been given the seal of approval to go all in and secure an R-rating. Speaking at New York Comic-Con's Batman: Bad Blood panel on Friday night, producer James Tucker confirmed the studios decision. Although, according to various attendees livetweeting the panel, Tucker backtracked and said just because DC and Warner Bros. agreed to the possible R-rating didn't mean they were going to try and get one.
In the past few years, getting genetically tested has become as easy as sending in some spit in a...
Australia’s Sunshine Coast was surprised yesterday when a pair of RAAF C-17A Globemaster III cargo jets came screaming in low, just off the beach, in a trailing tactical formation. The huge jets approached maneuvering hard and executed a tight turn right over the ocean side town of Noosa before continuing on their way. This awesome moment was caught in the video below: The flight was a low-level training mission executed by RAAF Base Amberley’s No. 36 Squadron, the RAAF’s only C-17 unit with eight examples on hand. American C-17 units also practice low-level flying and the big jet is known to be incredibly nimble down low for its size. Although, in the U.S., these missions are usually executed
What the hell is wrong with us? Seriously, what is happening to the fabric of our society? How do we explain the fact that a small fraction of a certain subset of our society—young, often socially isolated males—now find it to be a valid course of action to use a weapon to murder as many people as possible before turning the gun on themselves or perishing in a hail of police bullets? I have no idea. I have no answers. I do not think “the availability of guns” is the answer, for one, though certainly it is one part of the possible solution. I do not think that the media’s tendency, at least in the past, to pore over and report on the various personality traits and manifestos of past shooters,
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