Jayden the Shiloh Shepherd has an eminently human way of dealing with a spat.
Paramount is getting ready to reboot Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer with a "21st century makeover" that reimagines the mischievous duo as adults, and sprinkles in some "supernatural elements" for good measure.
The mashup spec scripts was penned by Andy Burg and carries the working title Huck. Peter Chernin and Dylan Clark (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) are teaming up with Matt Lopez (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) to produce.
To paraphrase Twain, everything Hollywood is pathetic.
Internet video maker Casey Neistat returns to his roots with a reenactment of his infamous 2005 "bike thief" experiment, wherein he makes several blatant attempts to rob his own bicycle in public spaces throughout NYC.
Has stealing bikes in NYC become a more challenging endeavor in the past seven years? Spoiler Alert: Hahahaha no.
The city of Clintonville, Wisconsin, has been unable to explain a series of loud noises that started earlier this week and have occurred multiple times since.
The sounds have been described by locals as resembling "thunder, fireworks or someone slamming a heavy door."
Officials have set up recording equipment in an effort to find the source of the "booming sounds" that have reportedly roused residents from their sleep. That effort has been unsuccessful thus far, as has every attempt to explain away the mystery with manmade causes.
City administrator Lisa Kuss said they have so far ruled out water, sewer, gas, landfill, military, and mining-related origins, as well as known geological phenomena.
vibration-detection devices, set to be installed by Friday, will be used to determine the clamor's episcenter.
A city meeting has been called for 6 PM this evening. A Q&A session will be held, but Kuss has already acknowledged that there is no new information to disseminate at this time.
It'll be easy to see why once you watch it. Strike that: It'll be impossible to see anything once you watch it considering how obscured your vision will be by a thick coat of tears.
On The Importance Of Patience of the Day: A female driver's impatience at the pump nearly resulted in tragedy yesterday when she slammed her Jeep SUV front-first into a fuel dispenser after cutting in line.
CCTV footage from the Miami Beach Chevron where the incident took place shows the woman jumping in front of a yellow Hummer that was next in line for the pump.
She subsequently loses control of the vehicle and collides with the station, triggering a fireball.
Luckily, the SUV's two occupants managed to escape, and no one was seriously injured. As of yet, no charges have been filed against the driver.
NBC Sports reports that the Jets gave up a fourth-round draft pick for Tebow, who will now be nipping at starting QB Mark Sanchez's Achilles heel.
General manager Mickey Loomis has been suspended for eight games; head coach Sean Payton received a year-long suspension; and former defensive coordinator Gregg William, the program's mastermind, is suspended indefinitely.
Additionally, the Saints will pay a $500,000 fine, and lose their second round draft pick for the next two years.
Follow Up of the Day: Danica Russell, the wife of Invisible Children co-founder Jason Russell, has just released a statement concerning the cause of her husband's naked nervous breakdown, which occurred last week near SeaWorld San Diego.
According to Ms. Russell, the doctors who have examined Jason diagnosed him with a condition called "brief reactive psychosis," which she claims is brought on "by extreme exhaustion, stress and dehydration."
Her statement continues:
Though new to us, the doctors say this is a common experience given the great mental, emotional and physical shock his body has gone through in these last two weeks. Even for us, it’s hard to understand the sudden transition from relative anonymity to worldwide attention -both raves and ridicules, in a matter of days.
The KONY 2012 mastermind will remain under observation for at least the next few weeks. His wife believes he will eventually resume his role with Invisible Children, but says the road to full recovery "could take months."
Despite vehement opposition from residents of Northern Uganda and a formal reprimand from the country's prime minister, IC remains steadfast in its commitment to the heavily criticised Kony 2012 campaign and its "Cover the Night" demonstration, which is still on track to take place on April 20th.