Anders Behring Breivik who killed mostly teenagers at a youth camp in Norway in 2011 demanded the replacement of a PlayStation 2 games console for a more recent PS3.
"You’ve put me in hell," Breivik wrote, saying he couldn’t last much longer under such harsh conditions. "You are killing me."
Scott Adams writes:
The other day I drew a comic featuring Dogbert creating a transactions network for criminals so he could steal their Bitcoins.
India, the second-largest exporter of over-the-counter and prescription drugs to the United States, is coming under increased scrutiny by American regulators for safety lapses, falsified drug test results and selling fake medicines.
India’s pharmaceutical industry supplies 40 percent of over-the-counter and generic prescription drugs consumed in the United States.
"China is the source of some of the largest counterfeit manufacturing operations that we find globally."
And the scary part is that most of them think that monkeys can fly out of Uranus!
Pete Holmes: What is life?
Deepak Chopra: Life is an incurable, sexually-transmitted condition.
Facebook users are no longer limited to selecting just male or female on their profiles.
So you can let it all hang out and be whatever you want to be.
We’re not sure if you can specify ‘Goatse’ as your gender, however…
Microsoft claims a system error caused politically sensitive Bing search results in Chinese to be censored, even in countries outside of China.
Microsoft said the “explanation lies in the search algorithms, rather than in Microsoft policy.”
"Yeah, right" says the rest of the world.
Rob Ford may be the world’s most infamous mayor. How did he melt down in public? Here’s the amazing real story
Plans are underway to open KitTea, a tea house where patrons mingle with “resident” cats.
Robyn Doolittle sheds light on a crack-smoking scion of the Canadian Kennedys.
"In case it’s worth saying, Rob Ford is unlike anything that’s ever happened to Canada before."
"Ummmm…well there’s Bieber"
(Make sure to watch all 3 segments!)