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This Baseball Team Wore Hideous Selfie-Covered Jerseys Last Night

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Oh good god. This is what happens when a minor baseball league tries to understand the Internet.

At last night’s Kalamazoo Growlers game (that’s apparently a minor league baseball team, uh, somewhere), the players debuted a jersey filled with 300 selfies. The local newspaper declared it a “hit” with not only the fans, but the opposing team. “The jersey is really cool,” remarked one player from the Wisconsin Woodchucks. So cool. Read More

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Woman’s Selfie With Stolen Dress Gets Her Arrested

Dummy. (Photo: KFVS)

When will criminals ever learn?

Over the weekend, the owners of Mortie’s Boutique in Illinois said their store was robbed of a rather distinctive “leopard color dress.” The store’s surveillance video showed a woman breaking into the store and taking several items, including that dress. So, they made a Facebook post to ask if anyone in the apparently small town of West Frankfort had seen the dress. Read More

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Spanish Police On the Hunt for Insane Man Who Took Selfie In Front of Charging Bull

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Spanish police are searching for a man who took an idiotic selfie in front of a charging bull.

Police say the man slowed down deliberately in front of the half-ton beast so he could take the picture and (most likely) impress his friends about how daring and edgy he is. Per a picture captured by Getty Images, local authorities are searching for a bearded man spotted a wearing a red sweater and white pants. Uh, good luck? Read More

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Selfie Denied: UK Trains Polling Staff to Stop Voting Booth Selfies

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Selfie nation is going to the polls.

Fearing that voters in today’s elections might accidentally reveal the contents of their ballots, the UK’s Electoral Commission is taking serious steps to stop people from taking so many gosh darn selfies in their voting booths, the BBC reports.

Although taking photos in the voting booth technically isn’t against the law, the Electoral Commission fears posting the photos to social media could compromise the anonymity of the secret ballot — an act that is punishable by law.  Read More