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Floating Communities, Ron Burgundy In CT and More

In the news this week: December 2 - 6

Freedom Ship International

Live On A Multi-Billion Dollar Floating Community

Ever wanted to drop everything, move onto a boat and sail the world on a floating community? Well, congratulations, you may just have your chance! This week the International Business Times reported that the Freedom Ship, which was put on hold due to the economic fiasco, is now seeking investors and will cost an estimated $10 billion. The community will have enough room for 100,000 people, which breaks down as 40,000 residents, 30,000 daily visitors, 10,000 nightly hotel guests and 20,000 full time crew, all while sailing around the world once every two years. What are some of the features? The Freedom Ship will be equipped with hospitals, schools, parks and even a small airport. Living in a floating community does not come at a cheap price, though. The apartments will run anywhere from $200,000 to over $9 million.

[International Business Times, Freedom Ship International]

Amazon Drones...They're Coming

By now you have likely heard that Amazon is attempting to launch a drone strike called Prime Air that will likely be ready in 2015. Just kidding about the strike, these will be friendly drones, and the best part is that they will be able to deliver your package thirty minutes after you hit the ‘Order’ button on Amazon. The Amazon drones still need to be cleared by the FAA to zip around in US airspace, which is why it will likely take a few years before you will see one flying about delivering packages.


Ron Burgundy Was In Milford

By the Hammer of Thor! Ron Burgundy made a stop in Milford yesterday to appear on the Dan Patrick Show. Before the show Mr. Burgundy was seen on the streets of Milford holding what appeared to be an unopened bottle of malt liquor and a dozen donuts from Dunkin Donuts.

[Milford Patch]

Holiday Gifts Are Solved With The Robb Report Gift Guide

Can’t figure out what to get your dear friends for Christmas? Perfect! All you need to do now is consult the Robb Report for your qualms concerning gift giving. Perhaps your coworker has really been jonesing for the $30 million backyard stadium that comfortably seats 100 people. For your second cousin from Nebraska? That $83 million yacht that he has been eyeing. How could you live with yourself if you didn’t cash in for the $2.5 million safe room for your friend to store her “cash, jewelry, watches and wines”?? And think about it, your neighbor really has been in the market for a new set of bejeweled $1.3 million samurai swords. So whip out your credit cards and get busy, the extravagance won’t buy itself!

[Daily Mail]

Sunny Obama Knocked Over A Little Girl

Sunny the Dog got a little too excited at the holiday celebration at the White House on Wednesday. Sunny jumped on two-year-old Ashtyn Gardner, toppling her to the ground. But all was well as Ashtyn was helped right back up by the First Lady and received a prompt apology from Sunny. 

[Huffington Post]

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