The City of Fort Worth Keeps Demolishing the Wrong Houses
Back in July, we told you about a house in Fort Worth, Texas, that the city had torn down by mistake, either because some bureaucrat put the wrong address on the demolition crew's work order or because people become possessed by the judgment of a 5-year-old when they get behind the wheel of a bulldozer. It's the kind of ridiculously stupid error that even a cold-hearted cynic would assume could only happen once, but they would be wrong.
Yep, that's an "s" you're seeing at the end of "home."
Fort Worth, for the second time in four months, has razed the wrong building to its foundation, causing all further demolitions to be halted lest they should accidentally plunge a wrecking ball straight through the ground into the center of the Earth and bathe the city in eternal molten core fire.
Rihanna's Twitter Account Stops More Crime Than Batman
During her recent trip to Thailand, Rihanna couldn't resist leaving enough digital bread crumbs on her Twitter and Instagram accounts to lead to two separate arrests, earning her the dubious distinction of "biggest accidental snitch since Fredo Corleone."
Fredo quickly set his account to private.