1. Google Car Tracks Route Directly Into Side Of Bus, And Then Into Another Bus
A brightly-multi-colored, company-logo-emblazoned, seven-foot-camera-tower-having Google car smashed into the side of a bus while mapping the streets of Bogor, Indonesia last week. After pulling away from the bus, the driver — apparently hoping no one would be able to identify his car — attempted to flee the scene and immediately rammed into a second bus.
Having a good hair day. Where's the Google Street View car when you need it?— Tim Siedell (@badbanana) July 11, 2013
2. Larry Summer Withdraws From Consideration For Fed Chair Job He Wasn't Ever Going To Get Ever
Lawrence H. Summers — the unpopular former Secretary of the Treasury who was not ever going to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve — withdrew his name from consideration to be appointed chairman of the Federal Reserve, citing the obvious fact that even the President, who wanted him to be chairman of the Federal Reserve even though that was never ever going to happen, can't rally enough congressional support to make him chairman of the Federal Reserve. Somehow, he blames Syria.
Larry Summers says he doesn't want to be Fed Chair. I'm sure Obama can find someone else who crashed our economy five years ago.— David Feldman (@David_Feldman_) September 15, 2013