A Saskatchewan man with an interesting last name has been rejected for getting it on a vanity license plate. So he did the next best thing: got it plastered on the back of his pickup.
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A Virginia town that took some flack for an outdated Halloween city ordinance is finally changing the law to no longer jail teenage trick-or-treaters.
A dog who lost her litter of pups has adopted an orphaned possum in Australia.
A couple of potheads were just lookin’ for a place to get high. Instead, they found a tiger.
Seoul will attempt to stamp out the dog meat industry and close all dog butcheries, according to the city’s mayor.
A new law in Georgia would protect people who rescue animals trapped in hot cars on scorching days.
A middle school in Texas has paid homage to the late, great Bob Ross by dressing up as the iconic public television host and painting along with one of his old episodes.
A horse was caught breaking into a home in Minnesota.
Burger King is taking advantage of McDonald’s recently lost Big Mac trademark in the best way possible: trolling the ever-loving @!#$ out of them.
A doting father has organized a heavy metal concert just for his son because he has cerebral palsy but is also a huge metalhead.
Check out these incredible renders that imagine Monica’s apartment throughout history. Or at least most of the past century.
A new species of insect may have just been discovered in a Canadian cave that might be as old as the previous ice age.
Bud Light recently lambasted its competitors for using corn syrup to make their beers, but just what’s so bad about corn syrup in beer?
Tinder for dogs now exists and will match local shelters with people looking for their very own fur babies.
The "Marie Kondo Effect" is giving local thrift stores so much business that some of them can’t keep up with donations.
Nathan Macintosh’s new comedy album is coming this March, and it will bring his distinctive brand of screaming jokes straight to your earholes.
Out of work coal miners in West Virginia are getting retrained as beekeepers to help maintain bee populations in the state.
The Groundhog hath spoken: Punxsutawney Phil hath decreed that spring shall cometh early this year.
A paternity test at a Swiss zoo for a newborn orangutan revealed some surprising results.