What's inside an ink cartridge? The short answer is a lot of (expensive!) water, 95 percent in fact. But mixed in is a fascinatingly complex soup of other chemicals that control the ink's properties down to the micro-drop.
A truck carrying 8,000 gallons of printer ink flipped over on an interstate in Peabody, Massachusetts this morning, resulting in what must be the most colorful car crash in history. No one was injured, so feel free to enjoy the aftermath with child-like glee.
Sometimes, a man reaches his breaking point. He realizes that he's, say, a copywriter for InkCartridges.uk.com, and that he's tired of writing boring ink cartridge descriptions all day, and he snaps in hilarious ranting fashion. This is that glorious moment.
As a receiving clerk for New York's Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 32-year-old Marque Gumbs made $37,000 a year. Well, that's how much he made officially. He actually raked in millions by ordering and flipping thousands of unneeded toner-ink cartridges.