What are we reading this morning? Take a look for yourself. Here's a link dump to go with that cup o' joe:
- Portland, Maine, just got a whole lot cooler. The city has voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana.
- Man turns in job application, promptly gets arrested for shoplifting from the same store.
- Katy Perry’s latest album is a biohazard.
- Burger King is coming after McDonald's Big Mac with a burger that looks exactly like the Big Mac.
- The Fox News site got hacked and reported that yesterday was “World Zombie Day.” Fake/hacked site surprisingly more credible than actual site.
- Roger Waters of Pink Floyd tells Israeli newspaper that the Palestinian conflict is “apartheid, plain and simple.”
- Barack Obama is George W. Bush 2.0, at least according to the approval ratings of the two Presidents during their fifth year as Commander in Chief.
- Slate apparently just stopped trying at this whole “journalism” deal and published an article on how infidelity is a good thing.
- This story? has everything: crazy women, a love triangle, potential chemical warfare, and the United States Supreme Court.
- In today’s edition of “Obvious News is Obvious,” Conservatives are more afraid of sex than violence.
- An 8-year-old in Arizona faces expulsion from his school because of his drawings of ninjas and soldiers.
- The Chinese have discovered that pollution makes it really hard to spy on people.
- Meet the 3D-printed car that will drive across the country.
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.