We spend our days browsing the Web for the most interesting, often weirdest links out there so you don’t have to. Now read this:

– A Knights of Columbus group near Pittsburgh has been trying to determine whether a valuable ring found in a loose change canister was donated purposely — or lost by mistake.

– Equality California had the best possible reaction to news of Oregon’s same-sex marriage ban being overturned Monday.

– A tiny western Pennsylvania church says its 500-pound brass bell is missing, and police suspect someone has stolen it for scrap — the same thing that happened to the same bell two years ago.

– A judge halted a murder trial in Genoa, Italy, when she saw two people having sex in an adjoined room.

– No, not all off Buzzfeed’s posts are about cats. Just 22,500 of them have been since the site was launched in 2006.

– Just four months ago, you only had to make $63,000 annually to afford a median-priced home in the D.C. metro area. Now, it’s up to $78,000.

– “The Maya Rudolph Show,” which debuted Monday night, seemed a little beneath its beloved star. But it was a step in the right direction to see a beloved female comedian on a variety-hour format program between primetime and late-night, a role usually only filled by men.

Is it really surprising that Happy, McDonald’s new Happy Meal mascot, is so weird? This is the company that gave us Ronald McDonald and then gave Ronald McDonald a creepier makeover.