The Internet, as we know it, could be coming to an end. And today is a good example of what could be. You may have noticed several of your favorite websites are not operating today, including powerhouses Wikipedia and Reddit (where the grassroots campaign for the blackout began), along with 7,000 to 10,000 smaller websites, according to the International Business Times. In addition, you might have noticed a special note on Google's homepage pledging solidarity to the blacked-out sites (Google even considered joining). All of this is in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act, and this is what the Internet is going to look like if it passes.
Most MP3 players are fine to bring on airplanes with you. After all, nothing helps boring travel time pass like music. But this MP3 player? Yeah, the TSA won't like it.
Are you an adult, yet somehow incapable of eating or drinking without spilling food all over your self? Well, don't worry about getting it together. Instead, just buy a SlobStopper!