Nintendo turned 25 on the 18th.
A sobering realization of how we’ve grown, how we’ve changed and how we’ve evolved. It’s a reflection of what looked possible for the future when we were kids, and what the future of technology could potentially supply and entertain our imaginations.
Today is a new era.
We have 3D movies, hoverboards and flying cars. It’s a time where we can sit down and watch the Cubs finally win a World Series at Cafe 80s with a hot special and a Pepsi Perfect. These are the best years of our… hold up.
Oh right, nothing has changed. Oh well, f*ck it.
Okay, not really “suck out,” but it got you to read the article, didn’t it?
The story starts last Monday, when 37 year old George Kamau killed himself. His widow, Victoria Chege, in lieu of planning a funeral, planned an excavation, and was granted permission by a judge to have Kamau’s sperm extracted for the purpose of inseminating her friend-and-appointed-surrogate, ensuring that “his legacy may continue.” No one seems to know why Chege is using a surrogate, or if she’ll even be using her own eggs.
There’s a million reasons why this is logically and ethically wrong.
Nicola Sharp was browsing through her friend’s photos on Facebook when she saw something that didn’t look right. Her friend’s daughter, two and a half year old Grace Freeman, …
I wish I had come up with this concept. The dad on LyingToMyKids.com sat his son and daughter down, and explained to them, (in slightly unconvincing detail), that they …