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'Pokemon Go': Meet The World's First Pokemon Master!
At the end of July, a now-famous Brooklyn man named Nick Johnson beat everyone in the United States to the Poke-punch, and caught all 142 of the cute little monsters available in the country. If you’re like me, you’re extremely proud of yourself for getting to 40 in the first month that the app’s been available. But Nick? No (click on the title to see the full article).
Sun Yang Throw Cap Fail! Wow, not even close.
Arizona Mayor Refuses to Attend Meeting Because the Invitation Had a Spanish Translation
On Wednesday, Huachuca City Mayor Ken Taylor declined an invitation to meet with the U.S.-Mexico Border Mayors Association because it was written in both English and Spanish — not to mention a third language Taylor believes to exist: “Mexican.”
According to the El Paso Times, Taylor expressed his outrage in an email to the association’s executive director, John Cook.
“I will NOT attend a function that is sent to me in Spanish/Mexican,” the mayor wrote. “One nation means one language and I am insulted by the (click on the title to see the full article)