Sh*t happened 9/16/15: Facebook, animal abusers, Cape Canaveral back in business

It's weird old world sometimes. And by "sometimes," we mean "yesterday."

Of course, the biggest story on American newswires yesterday was the revelation that Facebook is indeed working on a "dislike" button. Tens of thousands of Syrian refugees are stoked about the impending expansion of your ability to hate shit online without actually having to type anything.

It was an infuriating day for pet lovers: a Thonotosassa couple was arrested on animal cruelty charges for depriving their dogs of food and water, while Tampa cops looked for the human garbage who tied a week-old puppy up in a bag and left him to die in a dumpster. I've been told by legal that I can't actually suggest that you immediately assault anyone you see abusing an animal, but apparently I can tell you that used golf clubs are extremely inexpensive at used sporting good stores, and take up very little space in your car.

And finally, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced his aerospace company Blue Origin will commit to building rockets and launching people into space from Florida's Cape Canaveral. No word yet on whether or not Prime members will have access to a cheaper two-day priority moonshot...

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