Holiday cups return to Starbucks this week. Dunkin already released its Holiday cups, depicting a snowman with a severely melted throat spitting out coffee.
Facebook unveiled its new brand identity, an all-caps font treatment of FACEBOOK in different colors, with each color representing a different country undermining U.S. democracy.
ABC aired The Little Mermaid Live! – a mashup of the animated film interspersed with live musical numbers. Despite living Under The Sea, Ariel drowned in all of the negative reviews.
UPS said January 2nd – known as ‘National Returns Day’ – will be its busiest day, as they expect to handle 1.9 million return shipments. Garbage haulers expect they’ll handle ten times that many boxes of gifts, deemed too cheap and tasteless to even bother returning.
A 911 dispatch supervisor in Florida was streaming Netflix on her computer when her direct reports mishandled an emergency call from a drive-by shooting victim. An emergency services official said this was unusual, but stranger things have happened.
Viral video shows an octopus stealing a scuba diver’s camera, then taking selfies from eight different angles.
Authorities in New Delhi, India restricted automobile use as the city is engulfed in toxic smog. Meanwhile, authorities at a small company in the United States are dealing with toxic smog by restricting employees from reheating Indian food in the break room.
Hackers obtained wifi passwords and gained access to Ring video doorbells. Which doesn’t seem like a big deal, but some people like to have sex on their front porch.
A cheetah cub at the Cincinnati Zoo has become best friends with a rescue puppy sharing its enclosure. The cheetah enjoys playing with the pup and taking naps, where the cheetah dreams of the day when it will eat his friend.
A man wanted for the murder of a retired couple who buried their bodies on a Texas beach was apprehended in Mexico. He was extradited back to Texas, which was difficult since he had to bounce off a trampoline and over the wall in handcuffs.