BANANA for sale in Columbia MO - $89 →
In case you forgot to pick up a little fruit before the snowpocalypse hit, there’s still a chance to grab one. (H/T @JessicaThinkies)
Baby black rhino born at St. Louis Zoo →
Who knew a baby rhino could be so darn cute?
Internet buttons →
This is a brilliant idea — it’s a page of buttons that make it easier to use the Internet. (Read as: Easier for us old folks to use the Internet.) I could really use that some days … (h/t @sbondioli)
Just for the State of the Union: Bingo →
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address starts tonight at 8 p.m. CST, and it will be on just about every TV channel. Stop trying to escape it — embrace it with a round (or two) of President Bingo.
Almond the cat never leaves his tree, but he has a... →
In the hollow of a maple tree not far from the road, Ron Venden has made a cozy dwelling for the 7-month-old cat he swears has never left its tree home.
'What's your sign' just got complicated
The astrological signs have been realigned. And there’s a new one. What? It’s all about the gravitational pull of the moon and the earth’s wobbly axis … so the real/new astrological signs should be: Capricorn: Jan. 20 to Feb. 16 Aquarius: Feb. 16 to March 11 Pisces: March 11 to April 18 Aries: April 18 to May 13 Taurus: May 13 to June 21 Gemini: June 21 to July 20 ...
Sitcoms and suds don't mix →
This crime story includes an optimal amount of “Saved by the Bell” trivia. Win. (H/T @EvanBenn and @BeerWineWhisky)
Cats can’t serve jury duty. Birds, yes. Cats, no.
Cap’n Crunch is missing. Kind of. The good captain first set sail in 1963 aboard the Good Ship Guppy. Now a group of his fans want to know why Cap’n hasn’t been seen in social media. There could be a simple answer: Cap’n is about 48 (he’s had white hair for awhile — he may be older than that) and has spent much of his time at sea. He may not be familiar with the...
Welcome to snow business
ohnewsroom: Editor discussing the following day’s winter storm coverage: “There’s no business like snow business.”
St. Louis: 10th in gayest cities in America list →
St. Louis is No. 10 on Advocate’s “Gayest cities in America” list. (Warning: The list is a bit tedious and slow to try to scroll through on Advocate’s site.) The top 15 gay-friendly cities: 1. Minneapolis 2. Santa Fe, N.M. 3. Las Vegas 4. Orlando, Fla. 5. Pittsburgh 6. Vancouver, Wash. 7. Atlanta 8. Washington, D.C. 9. Seattle 10. St. Louis 11. San Francisco 12....
Sledding down Art Hill! (But this way I get to stay warm.)