1. Supporters of former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Monday unveiled a font for typing that mimics the late socialist leader’s handwriting. The way the font works is no matter what you type in, it always comes out as “Death to America.”
2. Supporters of former President Hugo Chavez on Monday unveiled a font for typing that mimics the late socialist leader’s handwriting. Big deal, we got something like over here for former President George W. Bush, it’s called wingdings.
3. A street performer dressed as Spiderman in New York City’s Times Square was arrested after punching a police officer who scolded him for demanding more money from a couple he had posed with for a picture. Those who saw the incident said it was still better than the plot of the last Spiderman movie.
4. Russian scientists have lost contact with an experimental satellite filled with gecko lizards that was to be the focus of new research on animal sex in zero-gravity. But, on the plus side, the astronauts aboard the international space station just saved 15% on their car insurance.
5. Forty-six people were treated for mostly alcohol-related medical problems at a Keith Urban concert in Boston on Saturday night. That story again, it was a normal night in Boston.
6. Yesterday, a judge ruled in favor of Shelly Sterling, saying Donald Sterling’s estranged wife has the right to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer. But, on the bright side, after owning the Clippers for 33 years, I’m sure Donald Sterling is used to losing around courts by now.
7. Yesterday, the two biggest names in online house hunting, Zillow and Trulia, joined forces in a stock deal valued at $3.5 billion. Which may seem like a lot, but, keep in mind, it comes fully-furnished.
8. According to a new study, people who run in their spare time, even if it’s not very fast or very far, tend to have a lower risk of dying from heart disease. “Finally, some good news,” said Oscar Pistorius.
9. According to a new national survey, if the 2012 presidential election were held today, Mitt Romney would top President Obama by 9% in the popular vote. As a result, Karl Rove took to FoxNews to declare that the 2012 race is not over.
10. A California woman who spooked her small community by anonymously leaving porcelain dolls on the doorsteps of fellow churchgoers that eerily resembled their daughters told police she is embarrassed by the incidents. But not as embarrassed as the daughter who lived at the house where the Garbage Pail Kid doll was dropped off.