Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
The family that parties together stays together: A Barrington couple has been charged under Rhode Island’s social host law after they gave alcohol to underage kids at a New Year’s Eve party. Cops found out about the party after seeing dozens of pictures on Facebook, some including the parents. [WCVB]
You’ll want to get to work early tomorrow. Seriously: A small number of tickets to Sunday’s matchup against the Chargers go on sale tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. They’re not cheap, so you probably won’t mind that you have to pay with a Visa card to get them. [WBZ]
If it’s one thing we like to think about on our commute, it’s sperm: Jenny Frazier takes a picture of a new subway ad that’s pretty revolting. Though it’s kind of deep when you consider the social implications of sperm clinging to a dollar sign. [All Eyes On Jenny via Universal Hub]
Thank God we don’t have any flawed designs around here. Oh, right: Investigators have determined that the bridge collapse in Minneapolis was caused by a design flaw in the steel beams that tie the bridge together. [NECN]