Thank you Google (and forgetomori for the link). Thank you for creating multi-billion dollar warehouses full of data, currents of bits and bytes archiving the digital evolution of our species. And thank you for your Google Books project, which extends the maternally protective arms of time around the antiquated(ing?) world of paper and ink. Because when the saucers land in hundreds of years and sift through the cinder, if there is anything I want our species and our planet remembered for, it’s the Weekly World News.
If you’re ready (and pure enough in mind and spirit) to open the ark, clear your schedule and click on to the Weekly World News at Google Books. I’m sorry, I just like typing that out. Gives me a warm fuzzy feeling.
Don’t be surprised to see an image from the only reliable source of journalism I know once a week on HND. I suppose we’ll kick things off with the brave cricket slayer above who fatally (mis)underestimated the revenge gene present in all exoskeleton bearing soldiers.