Mark Zuckerberg got married over the weekend. We’re going to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume the he didn’t propose over Facebook.
Is your Congressman smarter than the average 10th grader? Apparently not. They would probably need the squiggly green line to tell them “Apparently not” was a sentence fragment. Which we knew before the squiggly green line said so. It was a style choice.
One out of four auto wrecks now involve people talking or texting on a cellphone. If you find this interesting, we urge you not to text your friends about it on the way home today.
Stacy Keibler says she looks this way because she gets enough sleep. If sleeping at your desk counts, the entire Newsdroppings staff should be gorgeous.
The San Antonio Spurs are in the NBA Western finals. They’re like the regular finals, but they come with ham.
A solar eclipse created a rare “ring of fire”. Predictably, several people fell into it and went down, down, down, where it burned, burned, burned, that ring of fire. Ring of fire. Which we knew was a sentence fragment before the squiggly green line said so. It was a style choice.
This article defines the millennial generations as narcissistic and broke. Oooh, just wait until they talk about this on Twitter. Hopefully not behind the wheel.
A school bought a bunch of textbooks, and now they’re not using them. Just one more way they’re preparing their students for college life.
And finally, our broken hearts could use some mending.
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