A Texas veterinarian thought it would be a cool idea to post her first bow-and-arrow kill on Facebook—an orange tabby cat that was believed to be someone’s lost pet. 31-year-old Kristen Lindsey later removed her horrifying post, but the image had already been screencapped and spread online, prompting the Austin…
This list is pretty good generally, but we have to give the "Chutzpah Prize" to the employee who called in sick from a bar at 5pm the night before.
What happens when you pair two gross, emotionally exploitative themes in TV for women: Plastic surgery shows and wedding shows? Bridalplasty. The apocalypse is nigh.
Marisa Meltzer: Eight years after Daria, "the super-smart, dry, withering, righteously angry girls are largely absent from pop culture. For every sassy adolescent...our current teen cultural landscape is clogged with heroines whose principal interest...are status and men."
MTV's long-lost cult cartoon Daria finally comes out on DVD today. Revisiting the series eight years after its demise reminds me that I have Daria to thank for surviving my teens and emerging with smarts and sass intact.
Less than a week after her 5-year-old daughter, Shaniya Davis, was reported missing, Antoinette Nicole Davis has been arrested and charged with "human trafficking, felony child abuse, prostitution, filing a false police report, and resisting, delaying, or obstructing police."
65-year-old Jessica Banks, a former pastor, has been sentenced to two consecutive life sentences plus 36 years and 8 months, after being found guilty of drugging and sexually and physically abusing her five daughters, aged 4 to 11.
Police are currently searching for two boys, aged 7 and 10, who sprayed 5-year-old Scarlett Hellewell, who is currently battling cancer, with aerosol deodorant and attempted to set her on fire. The match, luckily, did not light. [DailyMail]
It's taken MTV eight years, but Daria is finally going to be released on DVD in 2010. We can all let out a collective, monotone "Yay." To celebrate, we've compiled some of our favorite moments of the apathetic teen antihero.