President Obama took a selfie during the memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt also appeared in the photo with Obama. To Obama’s left, looking less than thrilled about the moment was first lady Michelle Obama.
Obama’s selfie landed him the marquee slot on the popular Tumblr “Selfies at Funerals” which documents the tone-deaf trend of people taking selfies while they should be in mourning. Teenage girls tend to be the most frequent offenders.
When a man stole money from the tip jar at an Ohio coffee bar, the employees didn't react how you might expect: They didn't contact police, but they did start a food drive for the man. "We assume that if he was desperate enough to steal tips, he's probably in desperate times," the manager of the Nervous Dog Coffee Bar in Stow tells WKYC. "In the holiday spirit, we decided to help this guy out."
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We lost Nelson Mandela this week. Here's a few pictures, remembering Nelson Mandela
A Young Mandela
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The big news of the day is another death. Nelson Mandela has died. Mandela had been dealing with health issues over the past few months. He was admitted in June for a recurring lung infection. Check out the video of the President.
I still love this song, just something about it...of course I'm talking about the song that just won't go away. Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" is not only 2013's official "Billboard" Song of the Summer, it's also the year's most-tagged song on smartphone app Shazam. "Blurred Lines" still leads with the most consecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Here are the runner up's.. Avicii "Wake Me Up," & Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" and "Can't Hold Us."
It was bound to happen. I knew someday all this crazy shopping would crossover onto Thanksgiving Day. Now we have Black Thursday? Well not in every state, 3 have made Black Thursday a crime. Here's the story.
(NEWSER) – The spread of Thanksgiving Day shopping has created a lot of fuss this year, but it's not a big issue in Rhode Island, Maine, or Massachusetts—because it's illegal. The three New England states have "blue laws" dating back to colonial times that ban shopping on Thanksgiving and Christmas. And despite the efforts of retail groups that complain shoppers are crossing into other states, attempts to change the laws have gone nowhere, and residents say they're happy with the break from commercialism, the AP finds. Even some retailers who could open under exemptions prefer to keep their doors shut on the day.
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