So things in the news are sad and disturbing. The Malaysian flight *possibly* shot down by Russia, the hammering of Hamas, Tour de France craziness... And then you get a gem every so often. In Spain, they made it illegal to take selfies while participating in the running of the bulls. They justified it with saying that it puts yourself and others in danger when you slow down and get distracted trying to get a shot. I actually agree and think this is a good thing. So the fun part of this news, is that someone decided not to heed the new law. There are photos (not the actual selfie itself) from the crowd or some other camera of a person who appears to be taking a selfie. The police got hold of the picture and proceeded to declare a manhunt for him. There is a pretty decent fine that comes with breaking this law. I believe it is like 2500 pounds or something. Poor guy. He just wanted to run and document the chase.
Shantz - Director of dice rolling failure and comedic timing