After the @USAirways Twitter feed posted a shocking photograph of a woman posed in a compromising position with a model airplane yesterday, the airline immediately apologized for the tweet and claimed it was the result of an honest human error.
For over a month, San Diego Padres’s right fielder Jeff Francoeur believed that his team’s pitcher Jorge Reyes is deaf. What he didn’t know, however, was that the rest of his teammates were pulling what may be one of the longest cons and most ridiculous pranks ever staged in baseball history.
For the season premiere of Kitchen Nightmares, the show revisited the notorious Amy’s Baking Company, airing never-before-seen footage from last year’s episode, interviews with Internet bloggers who covered the story and an encore interview with owner Amy Bouzaglo.
One year ago today, people on the Internet came together in solidarity to crowdsearch the terrorist suspects on the run after two deadly homemade bombs went off near the finish line of the annual marathon in Boston, claiming the lives of three victims and injuring hundreds of spectators.