Brazil's Silvio Santos Program—the folks behind the scary elevator prank video that went viral last month—brings yet another edition of a brilliant prank in the elevator, this time with a corpse in a coffin.
Meanwhile in Brazil, model Nana Gouvêa has become the latest target of photoshop satire memery after photos of her posing next to fallen trees in the disaster-stricken streets of New York City (shown, top row) came off as rather distasteful to many Brazilians on Facebook and Tumblr. Click through for more photoshopped parodies over at Know Your Meme!
Death Rattle of the Day: Brazil's equivalent of the NTSB is conducting an investigation of a bizarre accident in the northern state of Para in which a rescue helicopter literally shook itself apart after landing.
Initial findings point to ground resonance as the likely culprit.
Making Money Working From Home of the Day: Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff has signed into law a bill allowing employees to request overtime pay for work emails answered from home.
The legislation recognizes emails sent to employees by their employers as "direct orders." Responding to those orders after work hours would therefore const