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Today in Boobs

Supreme Court May Decide Boobies Case

There’s a lot here in this story. There’s a couple of fifteen year old girls who were barred from handing out breast cancer awareness bracelets by their school district. There’s the much debated trend in breast cancer awareness campaigns to skew to a focus on the sexual appeal of breasts rather than the saving of lives as the motivating factor. There’s the parents who thought that this was a violation of their daughters’ First Amendment rights that was worth taking it all the way to a federal appeals court.

But mostly, there’s the undeniably delightful idea that a Supreme Court justice of America might say the word “boobies” on the record during a session.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: We Found Carl

Entertainment Weekly is here to let us know that The Walking Dead‘s Chandler Riggs has successfully navigated himself further through the treacherous shoals of puberty. (io9)


I will make it legal!

The California State Government Is Now In Possession of $10,000 Worth of Star Wars Merchandise

Eric Hodgson, a California citizen who was attempting to defraud $2 million from the California State Department of Transportation, has lightened his sentence by relinquishing a number of his possessions to the state.  Among these possessions is $10,000 worth of Star Wars merchandise, which, apparently, now belongs to the state of California.


Today In Obvious

Someone Tried To Kickstart A Where the Wild Things Are Sequel Book

Why do people think they can get away with crowdfunding something that doesn’t belong to them? 



Summit Entertainment Is Being Sued For An Egregious Amount Of Money By A Twilight Parody Company

Wait until you hear why.


Today in Depressing

High School Student Makes the Cap Pop Off a Water Bottle With Science, Now She’s Facing Adult Felony Charges

Kiera Wilmot is a sixteen-year-old student with good grades and a “perfect” behavior record. Or at least she was. She has been expelled from her Florida school after creating a small chemical reaction that caused no damage or harm, and additionally been arrested and charged with possession and discharge of a weapon on school grounds and discharging a destructive device. According to the Miami New Times, she will be tried as an adult.


The Boob Tube

FCC Isn’t Sure How to Censor Television Anymore, Wants Our Advice

The Federal Communications Commission wants a piece of our minds. I suggest you keep your use of profanity to the minimum.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: An Adorable Swedish Detective Agency

According to Jezebel’s translation, these young ladies are charging $2.50 for easy cases, $6.25 for medium, and $12.50 for hard, but they won’t work on their own birthdays. I’d say that’s a good deal.


Inside of a dog it's too dark to read

If This Lawsuit Succeeds, It Could Break Amazon’s Dominance of the eBook Market

The new and growing market for eBooks has allowed companies to call into question some of the basic and universal characteristics of reading and owning books. That you can loan them to your friends, for example, or that by purchasing a book you’re also purchasing the ability to read it whenever you want, wherever you want, until you lose it, donate it, give it away, or wear through its well-loved spine.

eBook publishers have, to put it mildly, established that these are qualities of a book that they do not intend to carry over to the new format, which is to a certain extent fine, so long as consumers know what they’re getting into. But the eBook market also has other problems, namely accusations of price fixing, and, due to the combination of software that limits the kind of device a given eBook can be read on and the dominance of the Kindle over the eReader market, bullying tactics. A new lawsuit filed by three independent bookstores is looking to strike at the heart of the problem: the insistance of eReader makers that their books should not be readable on other devices.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Medic Alert Bracelet for the Perfectly Healthy

As the daughter of an attorney, I feel compelled to say that this is something you can always work out with a loved one beforehand, in writing. (CubicleBot)