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rides
Family fights to fit furniture in Fiesta - When it comes to moving furniture on a budget you might wish your car was a TARDIS — but wishing will not make it so.
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rides
Yerka Project - The only way to steal it is to break the lock, which implies breaking the bike.
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news
Democratic Party of Oregon Endorses Marijuana Legalization Initiative | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform - Earlier today, the Democratic Party of Oregon came out in support of Measure 91, which would legalize and regulate the adult use, cultivation, and sale of marijuana in the state.These endorsements were made by a “voting bo
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Secrets of New York's real estate agents: 'All apartments are basically four walls' | World news | theguardian.com - How to find the client, seal the deal and collect the broker's fee? The training manual issued to agents at one New York firm, seen by the Guardian, reveals all
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other
8===D - Ship A Dick -
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sad
More Than Half Of All Americans Can’t Come Up With $400 - According to a Federal Reserve report on American households’ “economic well-being” in 2013, fewer than half of all Americans said they’d be able to come up with four Benjamins on short notice to deal with an unexpected expense.
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useful
The Basic Survival Skills Everyone Should Know - A few hours watching the Discovery Channel can prompt extreme survival fantasies involving frog licking and urine drinking, but what basic skills would you actually need to survive in the wilderness? Here's a look at the basics you need to become Bear Grylls. Or maybe not.
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wtf
'Burglar' Alleges Items Stolen From America's Largest Closet Are Fakes - Roemer's 3000-square-foot closet was burglarized earlier this month just days after she showed off her "female man cave" on Good Morning America. She and her husband had gone out for dinner without locking the infamous closet or setting their home's alarm system. Naturally, this has all led to the public coming up with their own conspiracy theories:
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other
Dino Road Trip | A Transylvanian Dinosaur Needs a Ride Home - During Magyarosaurus’s first full day in Romania, we drove from Deva to Brasov to meet up with Antoneta. The plan had been to meet her in Sighisoara the day before but after thirteen hours of driving, coupled with some bad roads and lengthy traffic jams, we were still a long way from there by sundown.
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DARPA Uses Preteen Gamers to Beta Test Tomorrow's Military Software | Motherboard - Sieg Hall doesn't look like much from the outside. Located at the University of Washington, the building was constructed in the 1960s, when it was a focal point for Vietnam-era antiwar protests. Before renovations were carried out it had become so dilapidated that students had a tradition of taking home chunks of rock off its façade. If I didn't know better, Sieg is just another nondescript computer science building, not a front line in military research and development.
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health
You Won't Believe This Weird Facial Exercise Gadget from Japan Actually Exists ~ Cyberzed - According to Oddity Central, "There are supposedly three major benefits of using the Pao - firming up smile lines, firming the facial contour and turning up the corners of the mouth. The SHLAB website claims that the product works on five main facial muscles - the lesser zygomatic, the greater zygomatic, the cheek, the risorius and the orbicularis oris."
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pics
VINTAGE DANCE PARTY - A collection of folks cuttin' some rug.
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opinion
Muslims... - The following was sent to me by a former colleague at the office. Some of it is meant to be funny, but all of it is true. Muslims are easy to make fun of, for obvious reasons. Unfortunately, much of the western world treat them with kid gloves. It’s too bad, for respect should be earned, not simply given because one decides to be part of a religious group. TGO
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space
NASA Nears Multibillion-Dollar Decision on Commercial Space Taxis - So who will come out on top? "May the best company win," "I'm convinced it's Boeing, but in any case we have to get this country back in the business of taking people into space. We want American jobs launching American rockets up to the space station. It's time to bring the business back home." - Ferguson
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space
Curiosity Mars Rover Prepares for Fourth Rock Drilling - Curiosity continues...
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gadgets
Cuchini Camel Toe Pad ~ As Seen on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and The Doctors! : Beauty - The Cuchini is used to prevent and eliminate what is commonly known as Camel Toe. Camel toe is a very common wardrobe challenge for women and occurs as a result of wearing tight fitting clothing such as fitness apparel, pants, shorts or swimwear. The snugness of the fabric may result in the outline of the female anatomy taking on the unsightly appearance of the forefoot of a camel, thus the name, camel toe.
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science
Human exodus may have reached China 100,000 years ago - OUR direct ancestors may have found their way out of Africa much earlier than we think. As new fossil remains emerge from China and south-east Asia, the traditional story of how we left Africa is being challenged.
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health
Concert violinist Roger Frisch plays during BRAIN SURGERY to help surgeons cure tremor | Mail Online - A concert violinist diagnosed with a tremor was able to help surgeons locate the exact spot in his brain to place an implant by playing his instrument during the operation.Roger Frisch, a concert master with the Minnesota Orchestra, was diagnosed in 2009 with essential tremors, a condition that occurs when sections of the brain that control movement start sending abnormal signals.
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food
Take a pause.net - News: 10 Luxury Foods Around The World - While other people are already happy and satisfied after a slice of pizza, a bar of chocolate, or a bowl of pasta, other people are more into gourmet food – Beluga caviar, foie gras, saffron spice, white truffle, pufferfish, among others. These foods are considered luxurious because of their rarity, the difficulty in their cultivating process, the skills needed for their preparation, and, of course, because of their exorbitant prices. Did you know that a kilogram of Beluga Caviar costs at least $5,000? Or that a White Alba was once sold for more than $160,000 for a mere 1.51 kilograms? Discover the foods for the elite in this list of 10 Luxury Foods Around the World!
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big_brother
Google tracking android phones! - If you have an android phone and you use GPS, then Google tracks your movements, here’s the website that shows you what’s recorded.
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wtf
Kenneth Douglas: Man who worked in morgue admits to having sex with corpses - wptv.com - HAMILTON COUNTY, Ohio - A man who worked in a morgue admitted to having sex with female corpses while at work, federal officials said.
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stupid
Ebola crisis: Protesters attack Liberia quarantine centre - A senior police officer said blood-stained mattresses, beddings and medical equipment were taken from the centre. "This is one of the stupidest things I have ever seen in my life", he said
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other
What America Can Learn From Berlins Struggle to Face Its Violent Past - On the edge of a small park in central Berlin stands a slightly oversized kitchen table and two matching chairs centered on a parquet floor, all cast in bronze. One of the chairs has toppled over backwards—the only sign of something amiss. Along the edge of this domestic scene is the text of a poem, which begins “…Oh the houses of death, invitingly appointed” and ends with “the body of Israel going up in smoke.” Known as Der Verlassene Raum, or The Deserted Room, it’s a quiet and moving tribute to the thousands of Jews who were forced from their homes, beaten, and murdered during the Pogromnacht, or Night of Broken Glass, in 1938.
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terrorists
Ex-CIA Pilot Gives Sworn Testimony That No Planes Hit The Twin Towers - World Observer Online - John Lear, the son of Learjet inventor, Bill Lear, has given his expert evidence that it would have been physically impossible for Boeing 767s, like Flights AA11 and UA175 to have hit the Twin Towers on 9/11, particularly when flown by inexperienced pilots:
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pics
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politics
LET ME BE CLEAR -
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cool
The Last Party -
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news
Secret Service investigating photo of Islamic State flag outside of White House %u2014 RT USA - A recent social media posting believed to be a message supporting the Islamic State militant group sent from outside of the White House has attracted the attention of the United States Secret Service.Ed Donovan, a spokesperson for the federal law enforcement agency, told ABC News that the Secret Service is “aware” of a photo tweeted on August 9 that appears to show the flag of the group formerly known as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, displayed on a smart phone being held near the fence on the north side of the presidential residence in Washington, DC.
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bizarre
NSFW - Kanojo Toys - EROTIC ADULT GOODS FROM JAPAN
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History
Into the Woodstock Crowd, 1969 - Forty five years ago today, nearly half a million music lovers descended upon a dairy farm in the Catskills for three days of peace, love and rock’n’roll. The year was 1969 and a total of 32 bands performed at the event that would make music history. But today, we’re veering away from the stages that Hendrix and Joplin immortalised and venturing into the crowd; the muddy fields, the leafy woods that shielded naked bottoms and the green hills turned parking lots where the flower children, beatniks, hippies, yippies and music lovers spent three days celebrating their youth.
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Sports
Two players die at world chess event in Norway | Sport | The Guardian - Competitor dies in the middle of a match during Chess Olympiad in Norway and another is found dead in hotel room
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bizarre
Inside London's $67M superyacht hotel (engine not included) - CNN.com - London's new superyacht hotel is so enormous that when it first arrived in the city, authorities had to lower the water level by five meters just to fit it under a bridge.
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