Thin Mints, Samoas, Tag-Alongs? People can’t get enough. Girl Scout Cookies are the beloved All-American treat that people of all ages can’t get enough of. But sometimes they’re hard to come across – unless you have a little “Brownie” scout living on your block, chances are slim that you’re going to be able to order a box. Or two. Or twelve.
Snapchat has just announced the unveling of its newest feature: a payment option enabling users to exchange money among friends. This feature will be used through the private message service that is already in use.
Next week YouTube will release a music subscription service, a very much anticipated one. “YouTube Music Key” will cost users $9.99 a month for music and music videos that are add-free, as well as the ability to listen both online and offline.
A new CEO at Microsoft makes for a very big year. In turn, Microsoft Office is now being offered for free on all iOS and Android mobile devices. Imaging the possibilities with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. on a cell phone. For Free.
Too far? Too soon? Majority of Dallas residents tend to think not. (Sure it may be funny but doubt Nina Pham’s family thinks so.) James Faulk is the owner of the University Park townhouse, who decided to dress the exterior up as Ebola for Halloween. Some say disrespectful, some say funny, just ask Faulk himself who opened his door to FOX News cameras in his “CDC Trainee” uniform with a clipboard. Directly across from Highland Park High School, Faulk says “lighten up.”
Anna Stoehr of Minnesota is not the first person to lie about her age. In fact, people lie about the year they were born all the time. However, 114-year-old Stoehr’s reasoning was much more innocent: she simply wanted to create a Facebook account.
29-year-old Brittany Maynard’s days are numbered. In fact, she knows the exact number: 21 days. After being diagnosed with a severely progressive brain tumor, Maynard has decided to end her own life on November 1.
David and Nathan Garrison, a father-son duo from South Carolina, have invented a new personal device to fend off sharks. Them along with a team of scientists have collaborated to invent “Sharkbanz,” a wristband swimmers can wear to fend off sharks.
“Passenger Shaming” is a social media campaign founded by a former flight attendant, to humiliate (anonymously) disrespectful (and frankly, disgusting) airline passengers. This campaign captures everything from smelly feet across another passenger to peeing in the airplane bathroom sink. Yes, the sink. Also, hands in places they shouldn’t be.
Meet George, a 10-year-old goldfish whose owners decided for him to undergo surgery last week to remove a tumor bulging from his head. The tumor removal was performed by Dr. Tristan Rich of Lort Smith Animal Hospital in Melbourne, Australia where he resides as head of the exotic and wildlife veterinary team.
September 8th marked an overwhelming day for Ralph Lauren: the opening of the Polo flagship store on Fifth Avenue and the “groundbreaking fusion of fashion and technology.” Look out NYC, the Ralph Lauren runway has gone 4D.