Pittsburgh was hit with heavy rain on Wednesday night, causing severe flooding on a local highway.
Unlike typical rainfall in the area, the thunderstorm didn’t just pass through. Instead, it stayed over the city, dumping half an inch of rain over Pittsburgh every hour.
The storm gave us one bright spot during the downpour: this video of a dumpster jauntily floating down the river that used to be Route 51. Local news anchor Ken Rice captured it on the move on Wednesday night. Read more…
Not all Twitter users had fond memories of their past relationships — and this floating dumpster reminded them of that.
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You’ve seen the memes: President Trump proudly displaying the latest Executive Order, only the text has been replaced with a kid’s drawing. Or a proclamation that anime is now illegal. Or something equally silly and fun.
Now you can create your own meme if you have an Android phone, using a new app called Donald Draws: Executive Doodle
The app, noticed by Android Police, is simple: Draw or write whatever comes to mind — OK, not THAT, let’s keep it civil here — and poof, the app will slap it onto Trump’s Executive Order in a short video. You can even add a photo from your gallery. Read more…
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