Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd

Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd
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Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd

Each week, some bad things happen. Thankfully, we take the time to remind you there is absolutely no silver lining to these bummer news stories. Enjoy Bad News/Worse News:

Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd

Bad News: The FBI is considering a more lenient policy on hiring drug-free employees since most good hackers smoke a lot of pot.

Worse News: Smoking pot and staring at a computer all day has done nothing to help you find a job in your field.

Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd

Bad News: GM recalled more cars than it sold in the last five years.

Worse News: The only thing about your car that gets recalled are all the times you tried and failed to have sex in it.

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Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd

Bad News: eBay was hacked, revealing many people’s personal information and their passwords.

Worse News: The company waited until the last possible second to tell its customers this had happened, much like certain bidders on a certain virtual auction site wait until the last second to screw you over.

Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd
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Bad News: The NFL released a statement stating they will not change the offensive "Washington Redskins" name. 

Worse News: The NFL still refuses to change anything about the sport that makes it offensive to the human body. 

Bad News/Worse News for the week of May 23rd

Bad News: McDonald's headquarters had to shut down this week due to protesters demanding a higher wage for its employees.

Worse News: No matter what pay raise is negotiated the Hamburglar will still be forced into a life of crime.

(all images via Getty/Thinkstock)

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(by Dan Wilbur)

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