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So this is happening. Ebola toys are a thing. And believe it or not, they’re a huge mistake hit. Giant Microbes, a company that specializes in educational toys, created the stuffed animal-virus-strain-poop-look-alike item that people seem to love. The description on the toy? “Since its discovery in 1976, Ebola has become the T. Rex of microbes. Share the love!” Actually, let’s not. Read about it here…[EliteDaily]

The Buffy The Vampire Slayer actor who was arrested for causing a disturbance in an Idaho hotel has announced he’s going to rehab. Nicholas Brendon posted an apology to his Facebook Monday afternoon claiming he was on pain medication for days, but mixing those meds with alcohol made things a lot worse. He plans to check into a rehab facility to begin his recovery. Read about it here…[TMZ]

Oh, hey Florida Man! A Chili’s cook was fired for taking shirtless selfies while preparing customers’ food. Yeah. Gross. Chili’s released this statement regarding the issue: “Chili’s clearly does not encourage this type of behavior in our restaurants. We maintain very high standards of food quality, safety and cleanliness and took immediate steps to ensure the restaurant continues to follow these requirements. Additionally, we ended this team member’s employment after learning of his conduct.” Don’t worry. He has a backup career as an aspiring rapper. Check him out here…[Gawker]

The body of an international student from Saudi Arabia who was found last week was killed after making a deal to sell his car on Craigslist, according to police. Abdullah Alkadi, 23, went missing on Sept. 17 from his Los Angeles home. That same day, he was stabbed to death by a 28-year-old Long Beach man he met through Craigslist. Read about it here…[Buzzfeed]

PHOTO CREDIT: Giant Microbes

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