The artist that created the original statue that became wrapped up in the Momo Suicide Game has destroyed his work.
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
A rescued pig in South Africa now paints works of beautiful art that funds the rescue farm where she lives.
A leading chemical company is using recycled plastics to help build new roads.
The world’s tiniest baby boy -weighing in at just 9.45 ounces- is finally heading home after spending 5 months in a Tokyo hospital.
Two Beluga whales who have spent their entire lives in a Chinese aquarium will be flown all the way to Iceland to live in a brand new whale sanctuary in a coastal inlet.
UPDATE: In a bizarre twist, DEA agents raided the home of 46-year-old Detric McGowan in Laurens County, South Carolina. Agents confiscated cash and “other assets”, according to WSPA News,
A Wyoming school district will open an entire school for a single student starting next fall.
The Alberta Veterinary Medical Association (ABVMA) has voted to ban unnecessary and painful surgeries on pets, such as docking ears on dogs and declawing cats.
Scientists believe they may have finally figured out why zebras have stripes.
The #AdoptPureLove campaign is trying to encourage everyone to adopt a shelter pet and has tapped some big names to help do it too.
The French Fencing Federation has officially recognized lightsaber dueling as a competitive sport.
A German hunter has lost his hunting license after his dog shot him.
Tinder for cows is here thanks to Tudder.
A new study suggests that rather than sticking corporate teams in rooms to fall on each other a bunch, companies should just have employees play video games.
A brewery in upstate New York is going to produce a brand new beer from an ancient bottle recovered from under the sea.
Australia plans to plant 1 billion new trees to fight climate change, according to the country’s Prime Minister.
Opportunity has died and the internet has decided to immortalize the Martian rover in memes.
It turns out there might have been an upside to this whole polar vortex business: a bunch of invasive insect species might have died.