Their moments of embarrassment when they went full awkward, is now online for us all to see and enjoy. Don't you just love it when things don't work out, and fails occur! It's the best.
Boston Celtics Guard, Kyrie Irving just needs the people of the round earth to know that he's terribly sorry for being caught up with the Flat Earth movement because he's a "smartass individual"; BUT he's never quoted saying that he's not a flat-earther. Dude, come on.
Do pets need social media apps? Well, they have one now. Petzbe is a new app for pets. Their owners use it, but they use it from their pet's perspective. Instead of liking and following each other, users get to sniff, lick, and share stories about their frolics in the dog park or how they got in trouble for shredding the roll of toilet paper in the bathroom. Via: Animal Channel
While most people are decent, there's a persistent few who get a sick thrill out of lying on the internet. People will post false information, claim credit for things they didn't do, and make up fake stories, even if they can easily be proven false. That's why we get a thrill out of these people who get called out for their total BS.
When news of a couple Harvard scientists thinking there's some extraterrestrial scrap and/or "light sail" cruising by Earth, you pause your Mass Effect 2 and listen up. The internet's abuzz with all kinds of competing theories on the mad scientists from Harvard's theory; but it boils down to the undeniable likelihood that it's an odd cigar-shaped asteroid, which could by a sliver of a chance be alien junk. That sliver of a chance is enough to get the juices of the collective extraterrestrial-oriented science community, flowing. I'd still love (I think?) to end up reading about how this space cigar is some sort of alien light sail (cargo hold ship), but the odds are not in our favor at the moment. So, keep the tin foil hat stashed for now, and continue planning your next retreat to Area 51 to gather more evidence. Maybe they've already accumulated a collection of the Milky Way's finest space cigars.