There have been a lot of awful or inspiring stories coming out of Hurricane Sandy. This manages to be both. A man found a note in his house scrawled by a person who had taken a blanket to keep hypothermia at bay. The author of the note was sure he was dying.
We hope when people asked Chris Brown what he was for Halloween, he answered, "I'm offensive." That is maybe the only thing that would make the terrorist outfit he donned with pals cool. Of course he probably didn't. Would we be upset if anybody else had done this for Halloween? It's hard to say, because we can't imagine anybody other than Chris Brown being this for Halloween.
Apparently even the prospect of being cooped up is enough to make some people go bonkers. Here is video proof -- it's a handy-dandy compilation of all the bizarre antics accidentally caught by news cameras during Hurricane Sandy.
In case you missed it -- Disney bought Lucasfilm for $4 billion dollars. They also own Marvel now too. To put it in other words, all that stuff you liked as a kid to prove you're not a girl is now owned by the people who made 'Beauty and the Beast.' (On the bright side, the next 'Kingdom Hearts' game could be totally sick.) Of course, not everybody is looking on the bright side. Some of them are making memes. Here are our favorites.
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