1. Philadelphia News Anchor Makes Shooting Story Accessible To The Kids With Hip 'Breaking Bad' Reference


Ugh! Another story about a multiple shooting? Boring! One of the victims died? Snooze! If only some brave news-talking person would be willing to frame the story in terms that young hip TV watching tweeny-somethings like us could understand. Wait, what's this?

Unfortunately, a lot of joyless old grandpas thought Philadelphia Fox 29's Joyce Evans' tweet was "unconscionable" or sounded like "it was written by a sociopath." Luckily, Evans has the tenacity and good sense to refuse to admit that her tweet wasn't the most professional and thought-provoking piece of journalism ever written.

2. Neil deGrasse Tyson Uses Science To Ruin 'Gravity' For Everyone

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson took to Twitter yesterday to use his vast understanding of science for evil, by pedantically dissecting all the scientific inaccuracies in Alfonso Cuarón's critically and popularly acclaimed science fiction thriller Gravity. This is why we can't have nice movies, nerds.