- Supporters have purchased every item on the registry of Jon Meis, and paid for his entire wedding and honeymoon. Meis, a 22-year-old engineering student who volunteers as a security guard at Seattle Pacific University, stopped a campus shooter Thursday.
- A Pennsylvania school district says an aide has been suspended after she tricked students into eating pet snacks by telling them they were cookies.
- Legendary “Calvin and Hobbes” creator Bill Watterson, who retired from the business in 1995, returned to the comic section last week as a secret guest artist for the “Pearls Before Swine” comic.
This week’s Pearls strips will contain a mind-blowing surprise. I promise. pic.twitter.com/bzLS9zkBdF
— Stephan Pastis (@stephanpastis) June 2, 2014
The second strip in this week’s series. pic.twitter.com/YFHCih07tp
— Stephan Pastis (@stephanpastis) June 3, 2014
Day 3 in this week’s series. The little girl can draw. pic.twitter.com/bfsXMLjbvq
— Stephan Pastis (@stephanpastis) June 4, 2014
Day 4 in this week’s series: Libby just gets better and better. pic.twitter.com/lCc7kPlWvs
— Stephan Pastis (@stephanpastis) June 5, 2014
Day 5 in the series. So who is really drawing my comic strip? Me? A second grader? Someone else? pic.twitter.com/Klx2YT5Cso
— Stephan Pastis (@stephanpastis) June 6, 2014
- A Phoenix woman will have to keep both feet on the ground if she wants to speak at any public meetings.
- Taco Bell is now serving quesaritos at all locations. The burrito wrapped in a quesadilla that comes in beef, shredded chicken and steak varieties was the biggest hit during testing since Doritos Tacos Locos. Your move, Chipotle.
— First We Feast (@firstwefeast) June 5, 2014
- The CIA joined Twitter on Friday. Fingers crossed the funny stays intact.
We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet.
— CIA (@CIA) June 6, 2014
- A western Pennsylvania man arrested for cursing in front of police has filed a lawsuit saying his right to free speech was violated.