In Other News: September 11, 2013

It's 9/11, which can only mean one thing...

Time for an ad!

Oh, wait, too soon? AT&T was too busy charging us overtime to get the memo. They apologized and removed the tweet later in the day.

A 52-year-old woman is suing after she was made to get a transvaginal ultrasound in Illinois. "It felt like I was being raped," she told The Huffington Post.

Looking to sell your now horribly-antiquated iPhone 5? Here's what you can expect to get for it.

Pope Francis, who may be reconsidering priestly celibacy, continued being awesome by snagging his own personal used car today. We're thinking it looked something like this?

Ok, it's actually a 1984 Renault.

The Daily Beast has an interview with Burt's Bees founder Burt Buzz, who looks exactly like you'd expect him to, and claims he's been screwed out of the company fortune.

So much beard salve.

In perhaps more significant Daily Beast news, editor Tina Brown announced that she will not be renewing her contract next year, and will start a new company, Tina Brown Live Media. Speaking as someone who was once accidentally sneezed on by Ms. Brown, I can assure you, this is a big deal.

USA Today had this not all SEO-crawling headline about Bill de Blasio's NYC mayoral coup last night:

An episode of the show What Would You Do (which generally proves how racist we are as a nation) actually turned awesome this time around. (Skip to 4:45 if you're in a rush.)

And finally, just because Jon Krasinski is now having a baby with his real-life wife Emily Blunt, that doesn't mean we can't watch these bloopers of him and his everlasting TV wife, Pam.