- Rap group Wu-Tang Clan is working on a not-so-secret album, “Once Upon A Time In Shaolin,” which will be made into a single copy, with a current price tag of $5 million, and a man’s Kickstarter campaign aims to purchase the album, then immediately destroy it.
- The exclamation mark, once reserved for expressing joy or excitement, now simply marks baseline politeness. And we’re all freaking out when someone sends us a text without one!!!
- Authorities say that a man suspected of robbing a woman friended her on Facebook the next day.
- Twenty20 is a band of 12-year-olds out of D.C. you may actually be interested in: it’s comprised of the sons of some of President Barack Obama’s top advisers — Jay Carney’s son, Hugo, U.S. Trade Rep. Mike Froman’s son Ben, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan’s son Lucas, and Joey Doyle, whose mom is Hillary Clinton’s former presidential campaign manager turned Obama campaign adviser Patti Solis Doyle.
Check out the band’s official music video for “Heart Thief,” in which they can be seen galavanting around the capital:
- A black bear was found lounging in a backyard hammock in Daytona Beach, Fla.
- Weather officials in Albuquerque, N.M., say a swarm of grasshoppers were detected over the city’s West Mesa for the fourth night in a row on Friday.
Finding a new director for Ant-Man is like finding a new bride because you already rented the church.
— Amy Dallen (@enthusiamy) May 31, 2014
- School administrators in Smithville, Ohio, apologized for allowing a senior prank to get out of hand after they allowed students to spray paint their names on the soon-to-be-demolished school. And that’s when things got dicey.