Fittingly at Easter, New Jersey’s Brian McDowell having been caught on video asking sexual favours of a friend blames it all on being like Jesus.
Francis’ love for Ogechi stays strong even after thirteen years and a ménage à trois of sorts. The proof of his passion being drunken beatings.
Will Knight highlights the conundrum at the heart of deep learning AI – demonstrably good decisions, the inner workings of which are invisible to us. Fate?
Truth, Mark Twain said, is stranger than fiction. For Ernest and Heather Franklin of Guilford, fiction may have inspired truth, a little bit too much.
Camera phones and the internet fundamentally democratise the perception of justice. That, United Airlines have learnt, for the not inconsiderable price of a billion dollars.
Heather Lanier reflects on motherhood and the life altering changes a child with a disability brings.
Super babies don’t cry; wrestling pain makes us human.
The perfect excuse for letting rip with a big yawn in the middle of a boring work meeting; your above average intelligence. Or over familiarity.
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Governor Yari’s explanation for the recent outbreak of Meningitis C in Nigeria? God sent it. 200 people have already got to ask Him why in person.
A man who rarely bets, Forty-three years, and a winning bet on Red Rum, all in the week before the Grand National returns. Fortuitous.
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Though Mo and P both pilfered stuff,
their ends could not be more diverse.
For his hard work he earned six strokes,
For hers, apologies.
For Dame J and Mohammed who though both in possession of items of doubtful provenance, receive different rewards. Image Source Unsplash/Claire Anderson