Granted, everything we know about the production of crystal meth comes from “Breaking Bad.” Still, this sounds odd. A man in Oklahoma was arrested early Friday morning after highway patrolman found a meth lab . . . in his pants.
There is no better feeling for a baseball player than hitting a game-winning home run. So Tennessee slugger Jameson Painter was on cloud nine when his eighth inning round-tripper put his Chuckey-Doak High baseball team in the lead for good in their game against Jonesboro University High.
However, when the senior got to the parking lot to drive himself home after the game he went from the thrill of victory to the agony of having to deal with a broken windshield. And Painter only had himself to blame for the shattered glass, as it was his game-winning moonshot that did the damage.
While Google Drive sounds like it has something to do with the search company’s much buzzed about driverless car project, it’s actually a completely different direction in Google’s quest for world domination.
The 5GB cloud-storage service, which launched this week, allows users to access information from any of their computing devices. It also includes the functionality of Google docs, which means you can use it to collaborate with colleagues in real time on documents, spreadsheets and presentations. (Learn more in the video below.)
When you lose a pet, you typically look around your neighborhood, or the last place it was seen. But Ruth Torres didn’t even have to leave her living room to find her beloved Irish Wolfhound — who she hadn’t even realized was lost in the first place.
This week, the Supreme Court is hearing arguments about Arizona’s SB 1070, which makes it a crime to live and work in Arizona illegally, and allows local law enforcement to check people in the state on their immigration status.
When 94-year-old Mathilda Klein is introduced to the crowd during a ballroom dance competition, the announcer talks about how she was 26-years-old during World War II and not as “vibrant” as she used to be. That and the fact Klein uses a walker to get around leads one to believe the competition is just paying tribute to Klein because of her age. Then when she reaches the center of the dance floor, the music changes. And something pretty amazing happens.
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