Mindy Lucas

May 7, 2013 11:26 AM

Google makes us cry (again); an ultra-thin vending machine; and the best death notice ever

Google's new Mother's Day commercial will leave you teary-eyed; Diet Coke's ultra-thin vending machine; and the best death notice you'll ever read.

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