If that headline looks familiar, it's only because that's the joke that the famed U2 guitar player is going to have to live with for the next six months of his life. There he is in Vancouver during Thursday night's show, perfecting his art of "holding down a few chords and letting it reverb" before accidentally taking a Looney Tunes step right over the edge.
Once the cartoon dust settled, The Edge only had a few minor injuries and the show continued on as normal. Whether or not that's a good thing, we'll leave up to you.
Steve Easton of Surrey in the UK suffered a terrible sneezing fit, and when he was done he pulled a rubber dart cap from his nose. After telling his mother about the event, she recalled a story he had forgotten from when Steve was just 7 or 8 years old. As it turns out, he was taken to the hospital after getting a dart stuck up his nose as a kid, where doctors were unable to find it after X-rays.
Pablo Picasso’s “Women of Algiers (Version O)” was making headlines this week when it sold at Christie’s for a whopping $179 million, making it the most expensive painting ever purchased at an auction.
Fox5 in New York also reported on the news, and one of their producers decided to blur out all the b00bs in the image, infuriating many people online.
Jerry Saltz, senior art critic for New York Magazine, pointed out the unnecessary censorship on Twitter Wednesday.
And others also criticized the station for bizarre editorial decision.
The hosts of Fox 5’s morning show “Good Day New York” did a segment on the controversy Thursday, in which they showed the uncensored piece, calling themselves “art connoisseurs” and blasting their coworkers who made the unfortunate decision.
“We get it,” said Greg Kelly. “It was ridiculous!”