Weird Tube of the Day: Macaulay Culkin Eats a Slice of Pizza

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The star of the 1990 holiday hit, Home Alone, has recently released this video of him eating a slice of delicious pizza. Though it seems very strange, the video is in homage of Andy Warhol's art piece where he simply eats a Burger King Whopper. Given the time of year, one might guess that Culkin's choice of food might also be in tribute to his famed character, Kevin McCallister, whose favorite food was plain cheese pizza.

Shut Up and Take My Money of the Day: Press a Button, Order a Pizza

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World, meet PiePal. This handy little gadget allows you to order a pizza (or five pizzas) with the press of a button. The folks at iStrategy Labs have built this handy little gadget to interact with the Domino's website to tap into profile settings like location and pizza favorites. Just turn the dial, press the button and presto! A tasty 'zza will be at your door in no time!

Didn't See That Coming of the Day: Python Found in Oven After Cooking Pizza

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Didn't See That Coming of the Day: Python Found in Oven After Cooking Pizza
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Karen Jackson of Northumberland, England, had used her gas oven to cook a pepperoni pizza just two hours before her daughter had discovered a python inside. The two-foot-long reptile had slithered into a cool spot while the pizza was being cooked and then emerged later when the oven was no longer hot.
After contacting the company who sold her the appliance, she learned that the snake belonged to a factory worker's daughter.

Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day

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This week, a group of Cooper Union students devised an improvised pulley system to deliver some pizza to their fellow classmates who barricaded themselves inside the college to protest the school's proposal of a tuition system at the traditionally free institution.

Online Petition of the Day: Pizza Party for Every American

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Online Petition of the Day: Pizza Party for Every American View Fullscreen
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You've probably heard by now that residents of at least 20 U.S. states have submitted petitions to the White House's "We the People" website in an attempt to secede from the Union. Largely initiated by bitter conservatives in reaction to President Obama's re-election last week, the "secession movement" is already turning into a self-parody phenomenon with far-fetched petitions like Justice for Missouri Secession, which demands that the Obama administration grant a pizza party for every remaining U.S. citizen.

Image courtesy of Nick Holmes.