[W]ho leaves a dog like that on the street? And, didn't that delivery guy just steal a dog? How did Krazy-8 from Breaking Bad become a soda delivery guy? Look, we don't know all the details. What we do know is that it's all freakin' adorable.
- Dr. Pepper's new commercial is killing me with cuteness (video above)
[Delaware North] says it bought the names of the sites long ago and wants as much as $51 million to release its ownership of them if another company takes over the contract, according to park documents.
- "The Ahwahnee." "Curry Village." "Yosemite Lodge." "Badger Pass." Who owns the right to Yosemite National Park's locale names, the park itself or the company under contract to run the lodges, restaurants and sites?
"There are 10,000 clothing companies in the male and female spectrum, there has to be a couple that are willing to cross that boundary. We aren't talking about a radicalizing gender or sexuality. Clothing companies should be about people expressing their own feelings."
The last time the Supreme Court agreed to review the same-sex marriage issue, gay couples were banned from marrying in more than 40 states. Since then, the number of states where same-sex marriage is allowed has quadrupled.
- The Washington Post maps out changes in the national landscape from 2012 to 2015
Overall, advocates of same-sex marriage rights have good reason to be optimistic. But as fans of the Green Bay Packers will tell you, it's unwise to celebrate prematurely.
In an effort to highlight their longstanding contributions and loyalty to the agency, the U.S. Postal Service unveiled a new line of commemorative stamps Wednesday honoring those Americans who still use the U.S. Postal Service.
- The Onion imagines the USPS's latest offering
"My secret to a long life has been staying away from men. They're just more trouble than they're worth. I also made sure that I got plenty of exercise, eat a nice warm bowl of porridge every morning and have never gotten married."
- Jessie Gallan, Scotland's oldest living woman at a spritely 109 years old, reveals her secret to longevity
"Develop your own voice."
- Werner Herzog offers 24 pieces of advice for filmmakers (and perhaps for life in general)
News reports from that event got it wrong. They said I was happy and married with two children. Reporters are always after the happily-ever-after ending. I had two children, yes, but I wasn’t married, nor was I happy. I had had a lot of highs and lows in those intervening eight years. But that night was the first time I actually started to feel OK. So, really, Officer Briggs saved my life twice. I have since become a suicide prevention advocate, encouraging people to talk through their problems rather than think about ending their lives. I now know that depression is a part of me but not who I am. I have three children and a new partner with whom I will spend the rest of my life. Now is the happily ever after.
If America's goats were their own state, its population would be larger than that of Wyoming, Vermont, D.C. and North Dakota -- combined. This is what all those goats look like on a map.
- Wondering where all the goats are? The Washington Post is on it.
Incidentally, so many selfie sticks popped up in South Korea that officials there "cracked down" on unregulated selfie sticks, and anyone spotted selling these monopods could face three years in prison.
- The Selfie Sticks are coming
“Even if your situation is difficult, you'll be 100 times better off keeping your child than having the knowledge you aborted it.”
- 100 times?? Really?? I demand to see your math behind this number. I missed today's Pro-Life march in SF, although unfortunately I did not miss the gridlock traffic caused by it. Someone remind me to schedule my trips into the city around any and all anti-abortion protestors next time around.