8 Things To Know This AM — May 01 2014

A recently released note found in Kurt Cobain's wallet paints a very different picture of the love between Courtney Love and the Nirvana frontman. (Billboard)
Bob Hoskins, he of Who Framed Roger Rabbit fame, passed away yesterday at the age of 71. (ABC News)
On the home front: A recent study reveals Americans think the United States might have overextended itself regarding world affairs. (NBC News)
Nevertheless, it's important to stay in the know about world events like the already ill-fated 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. Let the memes begin. (ESPN)
Additionally, new cell-phone footage of the South Korean ferry disaster might hold the answer to what happened on board. (The New York Times)
Economically, stores generate the most revenue when their customers are treated poorly. That Pretty Woman scene makes so much more sense now. (The Cut)
Tech wise, Facebook will now allow users to anonymously log into apps, making it easy for you to play those embarrassing games without fear of ridicule. (re/code)
Finally, the high-school senior who was accepted at every Ivy League school has made up his mind: Yale, here comes Kwasi Enin. (Business Insider)
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