The new law requiring superheroes to be licensed and insured has caused quite a stir in the superhero community. Some are even questioning whether it's worth the hassle to operate within the law. Take Batman, for example. Gotham's protector has always been a bit of a vigilante, but now he's facing even more red tape. When we asked him about the regulation, he groaned, "I can barely keep track of my utility belt, now I have to deal with insurance? What's next, a Bat-license?" We can only imagine how much Gotham's insurance premiums will go up if he continues fighting crime uninsured.
Police in Australia recently arrested a man who was caught smuggling 70 live birds in his pants. The man was attempting to board a flight to New Zealand when authorities noticed some 'unusual bulges' in his pants. Upon further inspection, they found 14 live finches, 10 live quails and 14 live pigeons in a specially-made compartment in his underwear.
In a shocking turn of events, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Eldoria, Daphne Chang, accidentally sent a personal message to the entire country. The message contained embarrassing content that left many citizens stunned and outraged.
Visitors of a local sauna have reported some spooky incidents that have left them wondering whether the place is haunted by restless spirits.
We all were surprised when, in a viral video, we saw the one and only Claude Debussy performing an avant-garde electronic version of his piece ‘Clair de Lune’ from 1890. How could this famous classical composer and pianist travel through time? Well, it turned out that he actually did. Remarkably, Claude Debussy time-traveled from 1890 to 2020.
It's easy to look back on the good old days with nostalgia. We all long for a time when everything was simpler and we didn't have to worry about the ever-changing world around us. But is that really true? Are the new things really so bad?