Poorly Worded Petition Seeks to Extradite Dentist-Killing Lion

The killing of Zimbabwe’s iconic Cecil the Lion has caused a serious uproar among Zimbabweans and Americans alike. This egregious act has led to a call from Zimbabwe to extradite the Minnesota dentist that was responsible as well as the organization of a petition that, as of Thursday, has reached the White House’s review benchmark of 100,000 signatures. While the US Fish and Wildlife Service … Continue reading Poorly Worded Petition Seeks to Extradite Dentist-Killing Lion

Area Man Hopes to Find Missing Car Keys on Earth 2.0

NASA’s latest find opens the door for a multitude of astounding new discoveries—including a set of missing car keys, one area man hopes. On June 23, hours after the announcement of Keplar 452b—a planet closer to Earth’s environment than any in previous history—36 year-old Footlocker manager and part-time student Davis McEwen said he is “optimistic” that further investigation into the planet will unearth his car … Continue reading Area Man Hopes to Find Missing Car Keys on Earth 2.0

Spotify Implementing New Tactics to Placate Artists, Radio Fans

Last year Taylor Swift pulled her entire repertoire from popular music streaming services like Spotify, Tidal, and whatever Google is calling their service now, in order to draw attention to the substandard royalty payments she and other artists receive. While the removal did not result in a mass exodus of subscribers, the increased demand did allow Swift’s new album 1989 to become the first Platinum … Continue reading Spotify Implementing New Tactics to Placate Artists, Radio Fans

Greece Reverts to Ancient Imperial Economy

Greece has fallen upon strange times. In the midst of a crippling debt crisis after losing support from the European Union and obstinately refusing austerity measures from allies, the Hellenic Republic has taken bold steps in hopes of reducing the deficit and returning the country to its former glory. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Tuesday that the Greeks would revert their currency to the … Continue reading Greece Reverts to Ancient Imperial Economy

Post-E3 Study: “Gamers will buy anything if you tell them they’re special”

To most gamers, summer is riddled with negative connotations: unbearable heat, pressure to partake in social situations, and constant reminders that you’re a disappointment to Dad because you don’t have a job and aren’t good at yardwork. However, two days out of the season make it all worth it—two days when nerds nationwide get to don their shoddiest cardboard Master Chief costume, leave their basements, … Continue reading Post-E3 Study: “Gamers will buy anything if you tell them they’re special”

Halloween Stores Unveil Costumes for Daredevil, Receive Complaints

It’s that time of year again when you get to dress up as your favorite superhero (or some other obscure character people can vaguely nod their heads when you try to explain who you are) and trick-or-treat around the neighborhood with your barely sober dad! Or if you’re college-aged, do the same thing but alienate your friends and be “that Spartacus guy at that one … Continue reading Halloween Stores Unveil Costumes for Daredevil, Receive Complaints