Rabbits Treating Cars In Denver Airport Parking Lots Like So Many Tender Heads Of Lettuce

When we picture Peter Cottontail hopping down the bunny trail, that path leads him to a garden of lush green vegetation, perfect for the nibbling. And not some dingy, oil-smelling airport parking lot. But at Denver International Airport, Peter and his pals have taken to chewing not on tender roots and heads of lettuce, but car wiring. Where’s that angry farmer when you need him to scare the bunnies away? [More]

Two Retarded Turtle Doves in a Pickle Tree

• Fourteen passengers arrested after moving from economy to first-class. The four hours on the blazing tarmac may have influenced their consumer disobedience.