Nov. 20, 2014
Thursday, 20 November 2014 07:44

STREET PONG PASSES THE TIME AT GERMAN CROSSWALK: An intersection in a Northern German city has a "Street Pong" game that pedestrians can play while they wait for the light. The game was installed by two students from University of Applied Sciences and Arts. The game is attached to posts on either side of the road, which allows pedestrians to face off. The students say the game will be tested for four weeks at the intersection to see if it continues to capture the interest of pedestrians. (Popist)

DNA FROM TOILET LEADS TO ARREST: A man suspected of a $250,000-heist was arrested after DNA was left behind in a toilet. 33-year-old Ramon Herrera relieved himself while taking jewelry from a home while the owners were on a vacation, but forgot to flush. Herrera's DNA was also found on a coke that he drank and left at the scene. He has pleaded not guilty to charges of residential burglary and larceny over $20,000. (Yahoo)

MAN SHOWS UP TO INTERVIEW DRUNK AND STABS FUTURE BOSS: A California man allegedly showed up drunk to an interview and stabbed his potential employer. During the interview, the boss mentioned that he could smell alcohol on Lopez’s breath, which sent Lopez into a rage. The two scuffled until the interviewer got Lopez in a headlock, which resulted in Lopez pulling a knife. He then ran off, leaving all his information neatly filled out on his job application. (Metro)

ARTIST CREATES "REALISTIC" BARBIE DOLLS: Nicolay Lamm was able to create the "realistic" fashion doll called Lammily thanks to a crowd funding campaign launch last March. Lammily emulate an average 19-year-old American woman and comes with accessories that give her acne, cellulite, freckles, stretch marks, and broken bones. Lamm hopes that the sticker accessories will show that playtime doesn't need to give children an unrealistic expectation about life or about their body image. (Mashable)

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