Thursday, July 31, 2014 | Categories: Episodes
Iranian artist follow-up/lawyer:
Minister of Foreign Affairs, John Baird, has issued a permit to have Iranian artist Sadaf Foroughi's peep box released. Customs were holding her peep box because they said it contravened sanctions with Iran.
An American blogger was recently fired from his job for posting an article describing the problems non-native English speakers have understanding homophones.
Broody octopus obit
No matter how tight you're clinging to your kids, you've got nothing on an octopus that spent 53 months with her arms around her eggs -- without leaving, shifting, or, apparently, eating.
Supreme Court of Canada: "Mr. Big" ruling
A lawyer for Nelson Hart -- who in 2007 confessed to undercover officers that he had murdered his daughters -- provides an explanation about what exactly the Supreme Court's ruling on "Mr. Big" operations means.
Hamilton time capsule
Recently, something that looks like a time capsule was dug up in Hamilton, Ontario. Whether it is a time capsule depends, of course, on what's inside. But it's a delicate business -- and so far, researchers haven't quite decided on the best way to get it open.