According to an investigation, the only armed man at the recent Florida school shooting stood idly by and did nothing. So much for arming the campus, Donald.
Well, it’s Friday. Unfortunately, we’re subject to the nonsense we have the rest of the week leading up to it. J’accuse, Barnaby.
It seems that the instances of governmental corruption has caught up with us, as we’ve slipped in the global index that measures it. Way to go, guys.
It’s happened. Just like MySpace before it, Facebook is being abandoned by the youth of today and is officially not cool, man.
Hooley dooley, it’s morning. Overnight, JLaw threw a blanket over an internet fire, LA reached its gaudy zenith and Mark Cuban was fined for stating the obvious.
Smartphone addiction is a real problem, especially among students. However, one US company has a rather radical solution: Phone prison.
Morning, all. Overnight we’ve had yet another attempt to lop Barnaby’s head, Walmart lost a tenth of its value and retail made behind bars in China.
The Colonel is a cruel commandant. With the news of the historic shortage of the UK’s KFC shortage, locals have now taken to bury chicken in their yard. Probably.
Tuesday. The day where things happen. Overnight, Hillary Clinton decided that she’d pay us a visit, Apple outsold the Swiss watch industry and Gibson are considering selling their stock on Gumtree. Figuratively.
Why won’t we let the avocado trend die? This week, for whatever reason, couples are using it as a means to propose.
Oh, Monday. No-one likes you. Get back in your hole. Overnight, we’ve seen the opposition to the gun culture grow louder, an actor pass away and the end of days. Hooray.
The force is strong with a group of science types, as they believe the lightsaber is actually possible. Yes, please.
Oh dear, what a week. We’ve had America once again torn apart by gun violence, Auspol’s most enduring bromance was cast into doubt, and Apple trusted the application of glass to see them through.
When Malka Leifer, the ex-principal facing 74 counts of child sex abuses was arrested in this week in Israel, we spoke to a colleague who witnessed the moment firsthand.
Friday. I like when I wake up next to you. Overnight, the FBI fielded accusations by a hurt populace, one mother made divorce tacky and Cape Town rung in Doomsday with an (un)friendly face.
AusPol’s most enduring bromance seems to be on the rocks, as Malcolm Turnbull will not allow Barnaby Joyce to run the country in his absence.
Hmm. Great. Overnight another school shooting happened in the US, the criticism of Barnaby became weak and those meddling Trump kids were at it again.
Oh dear, it’s that day again. Happy Valentine’s to the desperate, commiserations to those who invested in Bitcoin and a cheerio to Kristina. I’m going back to bed.
Overnight, things got rather heated. We were cheated out of gold, Barnaby cheated his way to the PM’s chair and Italy came together to peg fruit at each other.
The $190k job that Barnaby Joyce organised for Vikki Campion was the story of last week. Turns out, it’s perfectly ok. What?
After a six month investigation, the veil has been finally lifted on the staggering amount of property the church owns in this country.
A powerful trend hit the streets of Brisbane, a Twitter love story limped to its conclusion, and Australia again referenced Steven Bradbury. Stop the world, I want to get off.