Parody PSA of The Day: Millennials Apologize for Sucking So Bad

This sarcastic PSA video brought to you by Can Opener Studio offers a series of apologetic messages from the Millennial Generation for being unemployed, crippled by student loan debt and texting too much in an economy void of the manufacturing jobs that were once readily available for the baby boomers and their parents’ generation.

Resentment of the Day: Pentagon’s Fax Machine is Broken, Holding Up FOIA Requests and Won’t Be Replaced Until October
If you’ve filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with The Pentagon recently, don’t hold your breath because it’s going to take longer than usual to hear back. According to MuckRock, the only fax machine used by the Office of the Secretary of Defense to process these requests has been out of order for two weeks, leading to more than 1,000 backlogged requests that have been submitted by journalists in light of the National Security Agency scandals. In responding to the reports, a Defense Department spokesperson projected that the machine probably won’t be back up until “sometime in October, but could extend into November.”
Resentment of the Day: Pentagon’s Fax Machine is Broken, Holding Up FOIA Requests and Won’t Be Replaced Until October If you’ve filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with The Pentagon recently, don’t hold your breath because it’s going to take longer than usual to hear back. According to MuckRock, the only fax machine used by the Office of the Secretary of Defense to process these requests has been out of order for two weeks, leading to more than 1,000 backlogged requests that have been submitted by journalists in light of the National Security Agency scandals. In responding to the reports, a Defense Department spokesperson projected that the machine probably won’t be back up until “sometime in October, but could extend into November.”
A New Perspective of the Day: Understanding Human Lifespan Through the History of the Universe
Prepared to be blown away. In a fascinating attempt at putting our everyday lives in proper perspective, the humor blog Wait But Why compiled a series of timelines growing in scale with each successive period, starting from the last 24 hours to the history of the universe since the Big Bang, which reveal a humbling perspective on just how minuscule our average lifespan is, and even the entire history of humanity itself, in comparison to the enormity of the age of the universe as we know it.
A New Perspective of the Day: Understanding Human Lifespan Through the History of the Universe

Prepared to be blown away. In a fascinating attempt at putting our everyday lives in proper perspective, the humor blog Wait But Why compiled a series of timelines growing in scale with each successive period, starting from the last 24 hours to the history of the universe since the Big Bang, which reveal a humbling perspective on just how minuscule our average lifespan is, and even the entire history of humanity itself, in comparison to the enormity of the age of the universe as we know it.

Instant Karma of the Day: Google Street View Driver Crashes into a Bus, Tries to Flee, Then Hits Another Bus and a Truck
If you thought a Google Street View vehicle hitting a donkey was reckless, try a triple hit-and-run attempt involving two mini-vans and a truck. Apparently that’s what happened in Bogor, Indonesia yesterday, when a Google Street View driver crashed into multiple cars while trying to flee from the first collision with a mini-van. According to the local officials, it all began when the driver crashed his Subaru hatchback into a public minivan while on the job, but upon arriving at a repair garage nearby to sort out the damage and the cost, the driver panicked and tried to drive away, though he eventually gave up after crashing into a second bus and a parked truck less than two miles away from the scene. While the driver’s name or the total cost of damages remain unknown, the police says the driver was released after sorting out the payments for the vehicles and had he not tried to dodge the initial bill, it would have cost somewhere around 200,000 rupiah, or about $17.
Instant Karma of the Day: Google Street View Driver Crashes into a Bus, Tries to Flee, Then Hits Another Bus and a Truck

If you thought a Google Street View vehicle hitting a donkey was reckless, try a triple hit-and-run attempt involving two mini-vans and a truck. Apparently that’s what happened in Bogor, Indonesia yesterday, when a Google Street View driver crashed into multiple cars while trying to flee from the first collision with a mini-van. According to the local officials, it all began when the driver crashed his Subaru hatchback into a public minivan while on the job, but upon arriving at a repair garage nearby to sort out the damage and the cost, the driver panicked and tried to drive away, though he eventually gave up after crashing into a second bus and a parked truck less than two miles away from the scene. While the driver’s name or the total cost of damages remain unknown, the police says the driver was released after sorting out the payments for the vehicles and had he not tried to dodge the initial bill, it would have cost somewhere around 200,000 rupiah, or about $17.

Didn’t See That Coming of the Day: Matthew Cordle’s DUI Confession

We’ve seen a few odd cases of accidental self-incrimination before, but this just may be the first time ever in the history of YouTube that someone has publicly confessed to his crime in a video clip. On September 3rd, Ohio’s non-profit group Because I Said I Wouldreleased a video showing a mosaic-censored white male confessing to hitting and killing a 61-year-old man named Vincent Canzani while drunk driving back in June. The man, who eventually reveals his face and identifies himself as 22-year-old Matthew Cordle in the same video, has been since arrested on charges of aggravated vehicular homicide and operating a vehicle under the influence and is now facing a maximum sentence of eight and a half years in prison.