Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's… no, really, it's a person! That's what people in New York city have been screaming over the past few weeks as numerous folks saw, well, people flying over the skyline. What the heck? Could Superman be real? Nope -- you're just being sold to again! The flying people are actually nifty flying people-shaped aircraft designed by the Thinkmodo ad agency to spread the viral word about Chronicle, an upcoming 20th Century Fox film in which -- you guessed it -- people fly.
Planning a trip to Somalia or Yemen? If so, leave your ink cartridges at home. According to U.K's BBC News, the U.S. has extended an air cargo ban of toner cartridges from passenger flights to cover both Somalia and Yemen.
"The threats of terrorism we face are serious and evolving, and these security measures reflect our commitment to using current intelligence to stay ahead of adversaries, working closely with our international, federal, state, local, and private sector partners every step of the way," Homeland Security head Janet Napolitano said.
The seemingly quirky ban follows the discovery of bombs hidden in cartridges intercepted while in transit from Yemen to the U.S. Ink cartridges over 16 ounces are affected.