During Monday night's football game between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs (which the Chiefs won in a drubbing, 41-14), Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah intercepted Tom Brady and took the ball to the end zone for a touchdown.
After scoring, Abdullan prostrated himself on the turf in a thankful prayer. The referee threw a flag and penalized Kansas City for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Drake, the Canadian singer, got his start as Drake, the actor on the TV show, Degrassi.
On the show, his character, Jimmy Brooks, was wheelchair-bound.
So a couple in Toronto, after reminiscing about Degrassi one night and seeing some handicapped signs, decided to create some stickers that put Drake's head on top of the stick figures in the wheelchairs.
It's called Draking, and the couple says they're doing it to make people smile.
Sure, technically it's vandalism, and sure, it's probably offensive, but if you're smiling...
Never mind. It's still wrong. But Drake thinks it's great. Go figure.
Things aren’t looking too rosy for the Secret Service today, as the agency’s director will have to answer questions in a congressional hearing on White House security measures.
This a day after it was revealed that the White House fence-jumper from two weeks ago actually got a lot further into the building than first reported. Turns out he overpowered an agent and made it to the East Room before anyone was able to stop him.
Another story released over the weekend suggests that it took the Secret Service about four days back in 2011 to realize that someone had fired a high-powered rifle at the White House.
If this weren’t so serious, it would be almost funny.
It’s almost like the Keystone Cops have been resurrected. Read about them here...