The Morning Feed, 11/14: Munchies, Munich and Massacres

What are we reading this morning? Take a look for yourself. Here’s a link dump to go with that cup o’ joe:

  1. Here’s how an octogenarian hid Nazi-stolen art worth roughly $1.6 billion in his Munich apartment and how he got it in the first place.
  2. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe asked a cop who pulled him over whether Sonic was still open, admitted shortly thereafter that he’d been smoking pot.
  3. Families of two dead suspects caught robbing a convenience store Their special neglected to mention anything about the U.S.’s well-documented role in the murders. Well duh dude, it’s This *AMERICAN* Life.
  4. Where’s the best place to buy hard drugs? Your local car wash, of course. (Thanks, Walter White!)
  5. Ford Motor Company is now telling Toronto Mayor Rob Ford to stop using the company’s logo. I wonder why that is.
  6. High school vandalized by its own football coach. Unique motivational technique, I suppose?
  7. Denmark hipsters try to reclaim the swastika because why not.
  8. Despite the fact that recreational use of marijuana is legal in Colorado, Denver police are harshing everyone’s mellow by using nose telescopes to sniff out people’s weed.
  9. Soon your phone number will be getting a score much in the same way that your credit gets rated. Why? Because f**k you, that’s why.
  10. I’m just going to leave this here.


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