Pakistani public interest litigation firm, Muhammad & Ahmad, has decided to knock on the doors of the Lahore High Court with a petition to ban Facebook for spreading religious hatred – banning the page, while deplorable is probably not the way to go. MORE
So everyone has some special talent, right? Well turns out tourists in Peru found this one guy who rolls cigarettes – like a machine! You should look at him go, it’s almost a blur! The video is uploaded to YouTube by Michaelt456. We are really hoping that he’s getting a better pay than the rest of the staff, though. By the way, in case you want to try rolling your own cigarette, BBC has got the instructions down to the T for you. Hmm. MORE
Anyone using internet for more than a couple of years would know, ‘You mad bro?’ is used for nothing but trolling. But it is the sign that Kirtland students put up after they crushed Painesville Harvey during a high school football game that has everyone talking – instead it’s ‘You mad bro?’!
Yes you heard that right. The fans who held up the sign to the losing team thought they were amusing, but the NAACP and others didn’t and deemed the sign racist. MORE
Frankie the cat is very sad. Our guess? Probably his girlfriend left him for another Tom Cat. All that is missing in the video is an empty bottle besides Frankie. In this YouTube video shared by ignoramusky, a moment comes when you actually want to go and give a hug to this sad soul! MORE
Jon Stewart is not happy. And he made that abundantly clear in the recent episode of Jon Stewart’s Daily Show. Stewart this week revealed his ire because an episode of his show was broadcast in Britain – minus scenes from the Westminster. So he did what he does best – took it up in a segment on his show!
Simply put, the laws in England ban the use of parliamentary proceedings in a satirical form. They prohibit any presentation of the parliamentary proceedings to be broadcast in comedic, satirical or parodic context. And Jon Stewart found himself to be on the thin end of such a censor. MORE
The marketing director for was Facebook says that anonymity online has to stop. Randi Zuckerberg thinks that anonymity online is the major reason why bullies get away from harassing people on the internet.
The fix? Randi Zuckerberg says people should be stopped from doing anything online without their names attached. Facebook requires that its members use their real names and email addresses when they join the network. It is a policy which has been difficult to enforce in its entirety, as can be judged from the prevalence of spam accounts or profiles assigned to people’s pets. MORE
The news was revealed to Glee’s widely adored Chris Colfer via Twitter no less! Creator Ryan Murphy however, had a different story to tell. Talking to Hollywood, Murphy spoke about how he’d be criticized for not having real characters if the high school music-group had the same characters for six years. MORE
Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife Brooke Mulller has told producers ate Comedy Central that she doesn’t want her name to even pop up during the Comedy Central roast for Charlie Sheen.
Brooke Muller is Charlie Sheen’s ex – the former Two and a Half Man star has been embroiled in a battle of wits with Hollywood and has been replaced in his hit TV show by Ashton Kutcher. MORE
Well, according to TV line that was all a publicity stunt! Chord Overstreet was always going to be in the latest season and that it was all a publicity stunt! MORE
India’s health minister has derided homosexuality as an unnatural “disease” from the West, drawing outrage Tuesday from activists who said the comments set back the country’s campaign for gay rights and its fight against HIV. MORE
This is interesting, guess who is the most important person on Google+?
Uh, none other than Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg! A site called socialstatistics.com has started tracking the most followed on Google+. The site’s description suggests it tracks just the top 100 users on Google + MORE
While most young girls might feel a temptation to rebel and dye their hair, or experiment with risqué clothing, the elder of the First Daughters has not put a foot out of place. Becoming a teenager as a resident of the White House cannot be easy. But as she turned 13 today, Malia Obama looked to be taking it in her stride. MORE
The Oscar winning Monster actress is pleased about a vote in New York which allows same sex couples to marry, she’s doesn’t believe the US government is doing enough, as it is still banned in most states. MORE
In 2004 Ameneh Bahrami, a woman in Iran was returning home from work, when a man named Majid Movahedi threw a bucket full of acid into her face. It left her horribly disfigured and blinded. Bahrami had repeatedly rejected Movahedi’s proposals of marriage. He had threatened to kill her unless she consented; but instead he decided that if he could not have her, then he would make sure that no other man would desire her. This crime is known as ‘Vitriolage’ or more commonly known as ‘Acid throwing.’ MORE