Sean lives on the internet, so that makes him mostly qualified to write about the various weird and wonderful things that the internet can produce. Not everything is doom and gloom out there, and he hopes that a few of these stories can bring a smile to somebody's face. He got his degree in Science & Business from the University of Waterloo, where it continues to provide him little actual value other than the fact it sort of qualifies him to talk about random crap he finds on the internet. So maybe it’s actually worth a little bit. Not that much though. Nobody really asked him for his degree when he started this gig. You can get more of Sean (or less--he doesn’t really post much) on his Twitter, @seanmurray683.
Articles by Sean Murray
What was once art has become real as classic paintings of rooms are created in real life.
IKEA is well on its way to using entirely renewable or recycled materials in all of its products by the year 2030.
A herd of cows escaped onto a Canadian highway last Friday and caused a massive traffic delay.
Three students have been arrested for crashing a display of over 1,800 food cans at an Alaskan food bank.
A man carrying a didgeridoo caused an armed gunman scare at a train station in Australia last Thursday.
This tortoise is now the oldest known living animal at 187 years old.
A Florida man faked a robbery at his restaurant so that he could get out of having to work his shift.
A 20-year-old cat has been returned to his owner after being missing for 9 years.
This good boy went from eating shoes to saving the neighborhood in 6 years.
The state of Ohio has named shelter pets as their official state pet in order to raise awareness, and hopefully adoptions.
A tattoo shop in Arkansas is donating the revenue from paw print tattoos to a local pit bull rescue.
As part of a car thief’s probation, a judge in Hawaii has suggested that he refrain from drinking his favorite soda.
When a little girl asked the world for photos of cute dogs, the world delivered. Big time.
New Beer Developed In Collaboration With Kodak Can Be Used To Develop Film, Which Sounds Totally Safe
There’s a new beer out there that can be used to develop film. Which doesn’t sound safe, but we’re assured that it is completely safe for human consumption.
A rare albino penguin was born at a Polish zoo, and it’s super cute.
A female bison performed an adorable “happy dance” to celebrate the coming of spring at the North Carolina Zoo.
An escaped Wallaby led Dallas Animal Control on a bouncing chase last Wednesday morning.