Welcome to another “Hitting the Links,” fellow Internauts.
The improvisational comedy show in particular might be up your alley.
But before I delve deeply into the world of theatre for the next week, I leave you with 18 Internet holes of glory for you to poke your business into. Uh…
This week’s batch of the bizarre includes a police force being laid off, thinking machines, real-life costumed crime fighters, undead squids and a town-for-sale.
The Front Nine
1 – “Slaughterhouse-Five” banned in Missouri school, Vonnegut museum swears to send a copy to each student.
2 – Vincent Gallo movies now to only be seen by Vincent Gallo.
3 – City of Oak Hill, Florida, fires entire police force.
4 – Own your own town for a mere $800,000!
5 – Girl struck by lightning on a bright, sunny day.
6 – Pregnant student goes into labour during bar exam, finishes before delivering baby.
7 – Japanese scientists invent thinking, learning robot.
8 – “World War Z” plot may be dumbed down for movie version.
9 – Movie script is mistaken for literal bomb, blown up.
The Back Nine
10 – Wild dogs in Moscow learn to use public transit, are generally super smart.
11 – Popular Japanese “Dancing Squid” dish makes dead squid move in horrifying parody of life.
12 – Mike Mignola to kill off title character of “Hellboy.”
13 – Gardener by day, costumed crime-fighter by night: Knight Warrior.
14 – Khan might be in “Star Trek 2,” but the Borg definitely won’t be.
15 – Swedish man tries to build a nuclear reactor… in his kitchen.
16 – Piece of space shuttle “Columbia” found in dry Texas lake bed.
17 – “How to Train Your Dragon” gets stage adaptation from “Walking With Dinosaurs” people.
18 – New drug may effectively treat any viral infection by killing it’s food.