What are we reading this morning? Take a look for yourself. Here's a link dump to go with that cup o' joe:
- A group of economists says humans would be happier and healthier if businesses reduced their work week to 30 hours, because economists are totally lazy dirtbags.
- Tupac is alive! We found him in the new Grand Theft Auto V. West Coast, b*tches.
- 15 things that will surely piss off your bartender.
- Speaking of alcohol, here’s an explanation for why some people prefer bitter drinks.
- Brazil’s renowned Miss Bumbum competition is embroiled in a bribery scandal. Insert sexy pun here.
- Don't forget to check the 17 layers of paint in your recently purchased Milanese castle for hidden Leonardo da Vinci masterpieces.
- Have you seen this trailer for the new Wes Anderson-directed horror film? You should see this trailer for the new Wes Anderson-directed horror film.
- Banksy disapproves of the new One World Trade Center building and submits an op-ed and art to The New York Times. The publication rejects both.
- World-renowned architects build a collection of innovative doll houses, because Freud.
- Is Google building a new Google Glass facility? On the water, in San Francisco, like Alcatraz? OOOOOOOOH.
- Just how terrible are airline seats? There's a depressing infographic for that.
- The trio that posted that awful, tasteless, and racist picture of the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Halloween costume? Yep, they’re from Florida.
- A judge who ordered that a baby have his name changed from Messiah has been cited for displaying religious bias. Oooh, you got SMOTE.
- A group known as “The Hill Valley Project” is acting out Back To The Future on Twitter with 49 user accounts, because unemployment, man.
Adam Weinstein was Fusion's senior editor in charge of digital investigations. He has also worked for Gawker, Mother Jones, and the Wall Street Journal.