The donkey's fine. Google posted the raw images of that area to the Google Maps blog. They show that the donkey got up and walked out of the way as the Google Street View car approached.
This is significantly better than your dating profile.
Nah, you're not alone. I'm excitedly waiting to pick up my pair.
Oh, my goodness! WHERE?!?
Van Der Meer filed for his two patents in 1998. They weren't issued until 2001 (U.S. Patent No. 6,289,362) and 2002 (U.S. Patent No. 6,415,316).
I may sneak in to say "hello."
The lead image on this post is significantly less awkward than I expected it to be.
Zuck's user ID is actually 4. (Though it's worth noting that 1, 2, and 3 do not appear to be assigned to anyone.)
I felt awkward about using someone else's profile as an example.
This isn't a bug. The number string corresponds to the ID number of a Facebook page or profile. Sticking it between brackets — which are preceded by an "@" symbol — tells Facebook to convert the number to its corresponding text (be it a user name or a page title).
Just hug Whitson and you'll find out. Just do it. Nothing bad will happen, I promise.
I got it, dude. But what do you want from me? It was a nice change from writing about Apple products.
You're quite welcome. I got a kick out of writing that one.
I don't think this is unusual. Many grocery and bookstores place some kind of "family shield" in front of certain magazines — including Cosmo — if they're on racks which are low enough for children to spot something potentially "inappropriate."
Don't lie, Whitson. Of course you approved him.
Hey now! I lurk regularly...