Neatorama and America OnLine (AOL) Weird News article, with an almost 15.75 minutes embedded Public Broadcast System (PBS) video (full episode), mentions the "rare Ronald McDonald costume found after 45 years by 'History Detectives' -- "In a more innocent age, Ronald McDonald was the most benign of media icons: a cheerful clown whose floppy red wig and striped clothes presented an image of family fun.
Blue's News share a cute and fun Flash game titled "Fat Wizard" on Adult Swim -- "Once there was a fat wizard, a dragon egg, and an epic quest to create the ultimate omelet. Take this magical fatso from 'once upon a time' to 'happily eaten after' by defending the egg from wave after wave of monsters determined to crack it open before it has aged to perfection. When the speckled shell succumbs to the onslaught, will you take your penchant for egg-binges to a whole new level? Find out in Fat Wizard."
Blue's News share a Flash game titled "Dinosaur Zookeeper" on Adult Swim -- "When it comes to prehistoric animal care, no one is better suited than a dinosaur zookeeper. Unfortunately he just got fired, so now it's up to you. Take your fledgling dinosaur park from empty and safe to full and incredibly dangerous. Everyone knows that keeping dinosaurs behind fences is a losing game, but do your best to keep the bloodbath at bay and get paid. Remember, if too many visitors die it will be your job that's going extinct."
These two recent Brevity comic strips show the intelligences of animals:
Neatorama shares a brief history on toilet paper (TP) -- "Since the dawn of time, people have found nifty ways to clean up after the bathroom act.
Your early bird overlord saw three funny comic strips this early mawning: