Remember the time before modern energy drinks when you would ride your Huffy up to the 7/11 to get a couple of cans of Surge or Jolt Cola to fuel an afternoon of Mario Kart and Golden Eye 64? The ‘90s were such simpler times. Well now, thanks to the social media efforts of people who like tart beverages from two decades ago, Surge is back. This week, Coca-Cola release several batches of the sugary drink on Amazon—which promptly sold out—but may soon be unleashing more because the response was so overwhelming. In a statement, the president of Sparkling and Strategic Marketing said, “We appreciate the enthusiasm we’ve seen from tens of thousands of fans nationwide, and we’re bringing Surge back, in part, because of them. Future plans for the brand will depend on the level of excitement exhibited by fans across the country.” Come on Coke. Just go ahead and feed the rush ... Discuss

Last Friday, we put together a list of ideas for your next Christian tattoo, and a few ideas to avoid. It was all in good fun, but that was last Friday, and the game done changed. We don't know much about who has this exquisite Pope Francis tattoo but, according to Tumblr, he's a Dallas resident named Ash with an affection for Doctor Who, Sherlock and killer tattoos. Ash, we aficionados of great Christian tattoos salute you ... Discuss

The Obama Administration is stepping up the fight against the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. According to this report, today, the president will announce and outline a new plan to deploy 3,000 military personnel to West Africa, where the virus has already killed more than 2,200 people. As part of the strategy to stem the spread of Ebola and assist victims, the U.S. will help build 17 medical facilities and set out to train hundreds of healthcare workers every week.

The AP is also reporting that the Pentagon has requested that Congress approve a redirect of at least $500 million for “overseas contingency operations” to their plan to combat Ebola throughout West Africa ... Discuss

All is now right in the action movie world. According to Deadline, both Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass—who helmed two previous Bourne movies—are returning to the espionage franchise.

A sequel to Jeremy Renner’s spinoff, The Bourne Legacy, still appears to be moving forward, but the new Damon/Greengrass film will likely hit theaters first in the summer of 2016 ... Discuss

Students at Arizona State University have teamed with scientists and researchers at the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (or DARPA, you know, that crazy lab that makes war robots), to create a jetpack that actually helps you run faster. The 4MM project is setting out to construct a device that could make the average soldier capable of running a 4-minute mile, while enhancing their overall abilities on the battlefield. As the video below indicates, they’ve still got a ways to go, but a prototype is making serious headway ... Discuss

Covergirl, the "official beauty partner of the NFL", recently launched a new ad marketing eye shadow that coordinates with team colors, which is what the people want, evidently. But in light of the NFL's miserable past few weeks and the outrage swirling around a leaked video of Baltimore Raven Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee and the NFL's subsequent handling of what they considered a punishment, cries some Photoshop-gifted protestors are repurposing the ad. The new, 'Shopped image serves to intensify cries for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to step down from his position, in light of his initial two-game suspension of Rice and the allegations of coverup and deception ... Discuss