(via Dangerous Minds)
From The Consumerist:
Last October, Bank of America screwed up and seized a vacation home that didn’t belong to them. They also changed the locks and shut off the power, leaving 75 pounds of salmon and halibut rotting for a week before it was discovered, writes Laura Elder of the Galveston Daily News.
Dr. Schroit has filed suit against BoA, saying that “he has neither a relationship nor a mortgage” with them. A Bank of America spokesman told the paper that the bank feels the lawsuit “has no merit.”
From a legitimate news source:
LOUISVILLE, KY—At first glance, high school senior Lucas Faber, 18, seems like any ordinary gay teen. He’s a member of his school’s swing choir, enjoys shopping at the mall, and has sex with other males his age. But lately, a growing worry has begun to plague this young gay man. A gnawing feeling that, deep down, he may be a fundamentalist, right-wing Christian.
“I don’t know what’s happening to me,” Faber admitted to reporters Monday. “It’s like I get these weird urges sometimes, and suddenly I’m tempted to go behind my friends’ backs and attend a megachurch service, or censor books in the school library in some way. Even just the thought of organizing a CD-burning turns me on.”
I made the mistake at choosing to dine at a Subway for lunch. Although one doesn’t really dine at Subway, but just orders bland mediocrity in 6 inch or foot long varieties and then slinks quietly into a corner and contemplates how life went so wrong as they sink their teeth into despair in sandwich form.
A picture of my Subway sub in its natural habitat.
(via 3 Quarks Daily)