Sunday featured the last NFL game with baseball infield dirt. It’s the end of an era.
Movies keep getting longer. Two hours is short for a major motion picture these days. Make it stop. (Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
A cashier in Japan stole credit card numbers with a method devoid of technology. You don’t need to hack into a database. No skimmer required, either. (Source: CNN)
I started to write a story for today. Three-quarters of the way through, I realized that this was the wrong day for it, and not necessarily just for the reasons you might assume.
Did you know there’s a White Claw shortage? Of course you do, because the news media won’t let you forget it, whether it’s a publicity stunt or not. (Source: NJ Advance Media/NJ.com)
Is being a sports fan worth the heartache? Sometimes, it’s just unbearable. Sometimes, it gets better.
Plant-based fake shrimp is on the way. Consider yourself warned. (Source: Washington Post)
A town fair in Ontario featured pigeon bowling. That’s not pigeons bowling. No, it’s people rolling pigeons for distance. Needless to say, there are objections. (Source: CTV)
Is it true that a lot of people feel that they have no close friends? Is it worse in Hollywood? Let’s talk about it. (Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
Should kids be asked what they did on their Summer vacations when they come back to class in the Fall? Somehow, this has become a debate. (Source: BBC)