Easter bunny photo bomb, ya'll!
Pope John Paul ignored the sexual abuse of 2000 boys, according to the Times UK. Happy Easter, Catholic Church!
After botched attempts at denial and cover ups, the US military admits it killed three Afghan women during a failed Special Ops mission in February. (And yet, Jesse James is the one who's called a "monster" on the cover of People magazine?)
Terrorists attack near the U.S. consulate in Pakistan killing at least six.
More than a week later, 114 miners have been rescued from a Chinese coal mine.
Apple claims to have sold 300,000 iPads on its opening day. (Five bucks say half of those will be resold on eBay.)
And good stocks news! The Dow hits an 18-month high. (Thank you, new jobs and Apple iPad!)
Not so great economic news: "Extended unemployment benefits will temporarily expire for thousands of Americans on Monday because the Senate went on its spring recess without approving a one-month deadline extension." Whups. But ummm… we've got health care?
Afghan President Hamid Karzai vows to quit his job and join the Taliban if people keep nagging him to reform. YEAH! And I'm going to quit and join Scientology if you guys don't stop nagging me about posting NSFW pictures on this blog!
Today in natural disasters: 7.2 earthquake rattles U.S.-Mexican border, killing two.
Attention fans of AWKWARD: Tiger Woods will be giving a live press conference today at 11 am PST from the Masters.
Now here's what's going on in your neck of the woods: Showery today and tomorrow, sunny Wednesday, and showery again to end the week. Nice weekend comin' though!
And finally, the University of Oregon's acappella group On the Rocks "Rick Rolls" the NYC subway! (Note to citizens of NYC: Cheer... the... fuck... up.)
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