I treat the Internet like a loyal, fun filled pet. A cute, sometimes spikey, ball of wonderful giving which I will love till the day I die and here’s just one simple example why.
Following Beyonce’s half-time performance at this year’s Superbowl it was leaked through the information superhighway that the pop star’s publicist, acting on behalf of her employer’s instructions, contacted the website Buzzfeed, (see copy of e-mail above), to ask that certain ‘unflattering‘ pictures of the singer be removed immediately. Of course rich, famous, egotistical people continue to make the simple mistake of addressing the Internet as a controllable minion when in reality it’s a shit covered kitten high on cat-nip that you have no fucking hope in hell of controlling.
The outcome was predictable as Buzzfeed informed it’s readers dutifully of the correspondence and much hilarity, at the expensive of an overpaid narcissist, ensued.
Here’s a collection of the best shopped pics of the singer so far. Good boy Internet. Good boy.
You grab your jacket and leave the house with the sole intention of picking up some milk and possibly a morning paper and then much to your dismay you have to fight off a huge leopard in a bike shed. Christ, Monday’s are a nightmare.
That’s exactly what happened to this poor bloke when the big cat wandered into the residential area of Guwahati, Assam in Eastern India and attacked four people, killing one. Unfortunately for the man pictured above he received a rather horrendous injury as he was scalped by the Leopards large claws, (which you can see below), and was later rushed to hospital and treated for his injuries.
No thanks of course to the individual who instead of putting his camera down to try to distract the animal and thereby maximising the man’s chances of escaping unscalped, continued to click away in the hope his pictures would become an Internet viral sensation. Such is the world we live in.
The cat was later tranquilized by wildlife officials and is scheduled to be released at a wildlife park.