Monday Jokes: January 21

Kenneth Connin, a 27-year-old quadriplegic, realized his lifelong dream of performing in a gay porno movie. Although he wasn’t able to realize his other lifelong dream, providing the money shot in it. [h/t to anonymous contributor!]

  • Filming took longer than expected, because for multiple takes, when the director shouted “rolling!”, Connin wheeled out of frame.

Fox News mistakenly aired a graphic that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. They apologized for the error, but told the intern who made it not to delete it altogether.

Pornhub reports that traffic is way up during daytime hours in Washington, DC. They attribute the shift to the U.S. government shutdown, and the speedy new router and laptops that Donald & Barron Trump got for Christmas.

Delta Airlines introduced a new “streamlined” boarding process, where passengers will board the aircraft by fare type. First class goes first, followed by Gold & Platinum members, then Main Cabin 1, 2 & 3 — and, finally, Basic Economy passengers will be told to go home.

In an effort to minimize injury from warehouse collisions, Amazon workers are being given vests that send signals to robots to recognize and move around them.  Accidents haven’t been completely eliminated, as sentient robots still run over human coworkers they dislike.

An organizational behavior professor at Stanford claims that workplace stress from employees who hate their jobs accounts for 8 percent of U.S. companies’ annual health costs and 120,000 deaths each year — and that’s not even counting the shootings.

Tesla announced it’s ending a customer referral program, where Tesla owners get free vehicle charging in exchange for getting friends to buy a Tesla. They were losing money underestimating how many rich a-hole friends that rich a-hole Tesla owners could refer.

DJI, the world’s largest manufacturer of flying drones, uncovered an employee fraud scheme totaling $150 million. Multiple employees have been fired; however, the whereabouts of the money is up in the air.

Backstreet Boys will release their newest album on January 25th, titled ‘DNA’ – which stands for Do Not Allow your friends to know you bought it.

Facebook launched a new petition feature to compete with sites like Change.org. The first petition asked Facebook to stop exploiting user privacy & personal data, posted by employees of Change.org.

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