The weekend coffee has bees. And ants. Zombie ants.

Have you ever wondered what happens if you put a jar over top of a hole in a beehive?

If the answer to that is “no”, you will be kicking yourself for not wondering about this sooner after seeing what happens.

Here at the Big Bad Blog, we love math jokes. This one is fantastic.
It would seem that the security features on touchscreen phones can be hacked using a ‘smudge attack’. This information will feature in an upcoming episode of Burn Notice, most probably.
Things you have always known but never bothered to test empirically: Women with larger breasts have an easier time hitchhiking.
Georgia Pacific, a maker of paper towel dispensers you find in restrooms, is suing for trademark infringement as people are using paper towels from other brands in their machines.
Everything you need to know about parasite powered zombie ants.
While creationism (and its variants) do not belong in the science classroom, not being science, do they belong elsewhere? Religion class? Philosophy? History? Albert Meyer argues not. Personally, I would like to see it as a subject to be tested in a class on Critical Thinking.
In case you do not know what a Rickroll is, there is now court testimony explaining it on record, thanks to hacker Christopher Poole.

The morning coffee satisfies your searches

This morning’s coffee is dedicated to the multitude of searchers who find their way to the blog. I have stats that tell me what you’re looking for: eruptions, tattoos and ghostbusters. Also, I like mustaches.

So here you are, Internet. Everything you wanted to see in a morning coffee, but were afraid to ask for.

(Mount St Helens erupting in 1980, by Robert Krimmel)

(from Awkward Family Photos)

(Improv Everywhere recreates a scene in Ghostbusters, by Katie Sokoler)

(Part of a collection of foot tattoos at The Chive)

I hope I have developed a relationship to you today, dear readers. And that you love content. My content.

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cupcake_burger Bullying is a real problem in schools these days, and has led to several things. One of these is the existence of anti-bullying workshops in schools. Another is parents suing schools for teaching their children not to bully gay kids.
Passengers on a Continental Airlines flight were forced to remain on the plane overnight on a small plane not suited for such things. My personal opinion is that those who made and enforced such a decision should be charged with forcible confinement. dwarf_games_shotput
static_movement Just in case you were worried that the education system in the UK does not properly recognise and reward out-of-classroom achievements: Competent teenager gets official certificate in recognition of his ability to board a bus.
Police officer has no idea who Bob Dylan is, forces him to return to his hotel to get his ID. remote_island
hory_ma_drawn_light Is somebody nearby having a seizure? It may be time to have them smell your boots.
In the midst of recession, being homeless is becoming illegal in America. attitude_chair
robot The concept of Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends has just got even creepier.
A New York judge gives a man probation for a felony. At the same time, he sentences his cousin to six months for yawning in court. empty_dog