1. Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Tuesday he was taken aback when his daughter Mary and her wife took to social media to rail against his other daughter Liz’s stance on same-sex marriage. Cheney added, “But I guess I can’t be that surprised since there’s not a man there to keep her inline.”
2. CNN announced it plans to air more reality shows and move away from news programming. That’s definitely a better description of what they do, but, just like most news stories, CNN was late to report the story, like three years too late.
3. Security experts have uncovered a trove of some 2 million stolen passwords to websites including Facebook, Google, Twitter and Yahoo from internet users across the globe. “Look who’s the bell of the ball all of a sudden,” said Tom from MySpace.
4. A new study suggests one to two hours of playing sports a day may be optimal for young people’s well-being. It did wonders for Aaron Hernandez.
5. Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson told a court she had taken cocaine several times while married to her ex-husband. Which explains how she was able to make right of Rachel Ray’s 30-minute meals in one hour.
6. Yesterday, officials said 45 whales are trapped in the shallow waters off Florida’s Everglades National Park. Wildlife officials are calling it a potential catastrophe, while local alligators are calling it lunch.
7. Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo announced on Wednesday that he’s opening a museum dedicated to Cristiano Ronaldo, which will house his collection of trophies and accolades. I used to have something like that, but my parents decided they needed a rec room.
8. Yesterday, the NFL fined Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was fined $100,000 for interfering with a play. The Jacksonville Jaguars’ defense knows they won’t get fined if they do the same thing, right?
9. The game between the San Antonio Spurs and Minnesota Timberwolves was postponed Wednesday night because of smoky conditions inside the Mexico City arena. Proving the old adage true, where there’s smoke, there’s probably a group of NBA players.
10. A Swiss University study found that stock brokers behaved more egotistically and were more willing to take risks than a group of psychopaths who took the same test. “That’s an insulting comparison,” said the psychopaths.