According toCnet, which spoke to the local police and Knightscope (which, incidentally makes security robots), 41-year-old Jason Sylvain knocked over the giant-egg-shaped K5 security robot last Thursday, after which Knightscope personnel called the police and detained him until they arrived. The police soon came and determined that Sylvain “appeared confused” and was likely drunk. Read more…
Just because toking up is legal in some states, doesn’t mean that people aren’t still enjoying their booze.
When legalization started to push its way through, some people were a little worried, especially those who made their living selling alcohol. Would everyone start to smoke weed and ditch one of America’s favored pastimes: getting loaded off booze?
Given how hush-hush people have been in the past about consuming cannabis, nobody could say for sure how many would partake, and if anything would change post-legalization. Turns out, people like getting high, and they also like getting drunk. Who knew? Read more…
Starting Thursday, DoorDash is delivering the oddly craveable but often stomach ache-inducing bites to 200 cities nationwide, including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Houston, Seattle and Denver.
Back in October, San Francisco was the testing ground for the delivery partnership and a pilot program rolled out in other select cities shortly after. All those trials must have done well enough to expand to so many places now. Read more…
Cayde-6 — voiced by the one and only Nathan Fillion — is basically the alien robot version of Firefly‘s Captain Mal. He’s the life of the party, a wise-cracking robo-man who lightens the mood whenever he opens his metal trap.
How fitting, then, that Cayde-6 is here to give us a first taste of what’s to come in Destiny 2. This freshly released cinematic teaser doesn’t tell you anything explicit about the game, but it does deliver a date and time for the formal sequel reveal: March 30, at 1 p.m. ET.
Here’s a fun bit of triviaPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is actually the second longest title in the series. It falls one short of the 10-word mouthful that was Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Javier Bardem is an angry ghost pirate in Disney’s next Pirates adventure. If you’re looking for a reason to go — any reason at all — there it is. The latest trailer peers into some of the backstory that turned Bardem’s Captain Armando Salazar into a Jack Sparrow hater; believe it or not, it wasn’t just Johnny Depp’s drunken monkey antics.
Often drunk people are considered a nuisance to society. Not here, not today.
For now, we will celebrate our weekend alter-egos. The alter-egos society, our friends, parents and strangers alike have unanimously decided were the “worst version of ourselves.” Let us take a moment away to examine what, when we are slurring our words and calling our engaged exes, we really bring to the table.
When @nicole_kennedyy texted her younger sister to check up on her, she was met with a slew of drama.
“The only thing that I like in my life is my friends, iPhone and my new house,” is an incredible statement. It’s something that only a young girl overreacting to being grounded or a drunk girl after a rough night out could say. Read more…