The theme this holiday season seems to be "controversy." There were red cups, mental disorder sweaters, and now, zombie baby Jesus. Ohio man Jason Dixon says he's facing fines of up to $500 per day, just for keeping his zombie-themed nativity display in his front yard.
Meet Bruce Campbell of Portland, Oregon. Well, near Portland, Oregon. Bruce lives out in the woods outside of Portland. And he's not living in a little cabin or some other kind of traditional home, either. Bruce lives in an old airplane.
According to the Guardian, doctors at a youth clinic in Stockholm, Sweden, are giving out free measuring tapes to their patients. The purpose: to make sure that guys are fitted with properly-sized condoms.
On the show this morning, we were joined by Dr. Laura Berman, a world-renowned sex and relationship educator and therapist. Dr. Berman is also a radio/TV/internet host, New York Times best-selling author and assistant clinical professor of OB-GYN and psychiatry at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago. You may have seen Dr. Berman's Wall Street Journal article earlier this year, The Future of Sex: It Gets Better.
The goal for television and radio stations used to be to simply get ratings. But now, in the information age that we live in, the goal is to get a clip to go viral. In an attempt to get some clicks on their website, this TV news station staged an obviously fake blooper where the nutty reporter accidentally knocked over an ice sculpture that sculptors at the Phoenix Zoo had been working on for hours.
Children and adults alike know the pain of stepping barefoot on a plastic LEGO brick all too well. Now, the company has designed special slippers to protect your feet from that unexpectedly sharp pain. The only problem: they're only available in France.
Last week, video streaming website Twitch held a marathon of The Joy of Painting episodes, and over 5.6 million people tuned in. Now, Bob Ross (and his famous hair, and his happy little trees) are going to be part of a weekly Twitch stream.
Earlier this month, former University of Connecticut student Luke Gatti became internet-famous, after a video of his demand for bacon-jalapeno macaroni and cheese in the school's Union Street Market went viral. Although Gatti later apologized for the incident, victim David Robinson isn't having it.
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