Thursday, June 13th
... to Show the Other Side of the Church.
Okay, this is just kooky. Would you part with $3700 for a pair of rubber soled shoes (second entry)?
Well, several preachers are spending aplenty. Perhaps two multi-million dollar mansions and two private jets are not enough opulence (see Joel Osteen).
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Thursday, Jun 13th 2019 (12:00am)
What do you do when you hear that Mike Tyson is opening a weed resort in the middle of the California desert? You go investigate. What we found was far more surreal than anyone could have imagined.
By: dave
Thursday, Jun 13th 2019 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
Wednesday, June 12th
Researchers have discovered something massive lurking underneath the far side of the moon: a mysterious blob with the mass akin to a pile of metal five times the size of the Big Island of Hawaii.

This NatGeo article contains tons of related links, images, and video.
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Wednesday, Jun 12th 2019 (12:00am)
Tuesday, June 11th
Earlier today, Jon Stewart (born John Stuart Liebowitz) gave an emotional testimony to a congressional committee that was half empty.
This is not enjoyable to watch, in fact rather troublesome, as Stewart continues his years-long efforts to support the first responders who are suffering.
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Tuesday, Jun 11th 2019 (3:58pm)
Superstar artist Rob Liefeld is the creator of Deadpool and Major X as well as the star of the internet sensation Rob Liefeld’s Cameo Videos, and now he is predicting the death of DC Comics in the near future. Liefeld took to Twitter to predict that the company will “drive off a cliff real soon,” an event for which Liefeld needs popcorn to observe.
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Tuesday, Jun 11th 2019 (1:54am)
Because this country doesn’t want to defend our natural resources, here’s a thread of Lady Gaga as giant clams.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jun 11th 2019 (12:01am) | Thanks: blort
Justin Bieber wants to fight Tom Cruise in the octagon and is hoping the UFC will make arrangements.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jun 11th 2019 (12:01am)
Monday, June 10th
Pennsylvania has seen an unusually high number of tornadoes already this year, including one which recently touched down in Bucks County. Scientists aren't exactly sure what's behind the uptick, but one Pennsylvania resident has a theory: traffic circles.
* name the reference for a gold star!
By: dave
Monday, Jun 10th 2019 (12:00am)
Believe it or not, I have a friend in Maryland who went twice. For a short visit, it's actually safe. You are probably exposed to more radiation taking a coast to coast flight.
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Monday, Jun 10th 2019 (12:00am)
Sunday, June 9th
In 1939, at the age of thirty-five, Theodor Seuss Geisel was tinkering with an invention that was doomed to failure. Geisel had published a few books under the name Dr. Seuss, but he was hoping that a device he had patented, the Infantograph, would be a money-maker at the techno-utopian New York World’s Fair, which was opening that year. “If you were to marry the person you are with,” the banner that Geisel designed for his pavilion asked, “what would your children look like? Come in and have your INFANTOGRAPH taken!”
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Sunday, Jun 9th 2019 (12:01am) | Thanks: Damn Interesting
Saturday, June 8th
Personally, I think it's harmful to their health, because I am likely to punch their lights out. But for a more thoughtful explanation, go here.
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Saturday, Jun 8th 2019 (11:45am)
Friday, June 7th
The music legend, guitarist, piano man, jive talker and psychedelic godfather Malcolm John Rebennack – better known as Dr. John – died "towards the break of day" on Thursday, of a heart attack, a statement has confirmed. He was 77.
By: dave
Friday, Jun 7th 2019 (8:37am)
A really great movie destroyed in this clip. So sad.
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Friday, Jun 7th 2019 (1:28am)
With their murderous rabbits, awkward graffiti and awesome nicknames, the business cards handed out by Chicago gang members in the 1970s and 80s are a peek into a violent underworld.
By: dave
Friday, Jun 7th 2019 (12:02am) | Thanks: reddit
Thursday, June 6th
I decided to revisit my cat-naming problem, this time using a neural net that had a lot more context. Here are some of the names it came up with.
By: dave
Thursday, Jun 6th 2019 (4:46am) | Thanks: digg
This is the story of one of the worlds greatest rock bands of all time, known for their constant record breaking, sell out tours, chart-topping records and eternal worldwide success. 20 years after the death of frontman Freddie Mercury, the band still remain immensley popular. Queen's album sales have topped 300 million sales worldwide and their Westend stage show is shown in almost 20 cities accross the globe. Formed in 1971, Queen embarked on their journey to fame in the UK with their first two albums Queen (1973) and Queen II (1974). But it wasn't until the release of Sheer Heart Attack (1974) and A Night at the Opera (featuring Bohemian Rhapsody) in 1975, that they went to achieve global success. By the late 1970's Queen had gone on to release 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are the Champions', two of the greatest Rock anthems to be released which cemented their status as one of the worlds greatest rock bands. This is the story of one of the most iconic rock bands in the world, from the very beginning through to the sad demise of Freddie Mercury in 1991. Through classic archive footage and some of their greatest hits and interviews with Brian May and the likes of Paul Gambaccini, their incredible and unique story is told. This is the story of Queen.
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Thursday, Jun 6th 2019 (2:48am)
Wednesday, June 5th
From Harry Callahan to Ben Shockley to the Sergio Leone moments with the man with no name. Enjoy a few moments in film history here.
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Wednesday, Jun 5th 2019 (3:01am)
Tuesday, June 4th
Officials at the Neil Armstrong Elementary School in Scranton, Penn., were confused Thursday morning when they found that soap had been spilled through the building. Staff originally thought it may have been a prank but when the school principal reviewed security footage, he became concerned.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jun 4th 2019 (6:02am)
And you thought these were only good for keeping kids in college dorms from going hungry?
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Tuesday, Jun 4th 2019 (12:00am)
Sunday, June 2nd
When the Swiss architect Peter Zumthor released his original plans for the new Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 2013, the building was meant to resemble an inkblot, oozing across Los Angeles’s horizon like an enigmatic brushstroke. Planners had hoped it would do for LA what Frank Gehry’s sweeping, silver Guggenheim outpost had done for Bilbao, attracting tourism to the Spanish city in the 1990s. But in subsequent revisions, the dramatic, inky color of Zumthor’s original design became a flat beige (critics believed a black building would have been too difficult to keep cool), and a wing that was supposed to meander over the La Brea tar pits—the inspiration for Zumthor’s first design—was moved to an adjacent parking lot. The latest renderings show a building even shorter, and smaller, than before, straddling Wilshire Boulevard like a toll plaza. People have compared it to a coffee table and an Italian roadside restaurant. The whole project is estimated to cost a cool $650 million, nearly one-fifth of it coming from taxpayers.
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Jun 2nd 2019 (12:01am)
Saturday, June 1st
Bobby Weir no longer looks like a 15 year old kid. In fact, he looks like the eldest member now of Dead & Co. There appears to be some bittersweet memories of him playing with the band.
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Saturday, Jun 1st 2019 (2:13am)
Friday, May 31st
In the hope of finding a new way to fight malaria, scientists have used a spider gene to genetically engineer a fungus to produce a venom that can quickly kill mosquitoes.

The modified fungus was a highly effective mosquito killer in the first tests mimicking conditions in sub-Saharan Africa, where malaria remains a major public health problem, researchers reported Thursday in the journal Science.
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Friday, May 31st 2019 (12:02am)
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Thursday, May 30th
Singer-songwriter Leon Redbone, who specialized in old-school vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley-style music, died Thursday, his family confirmed. He was 69. Though, in characteristically whimsical fashion, the official statement announcing his death gave his age as 127.
By: dave
Thursday, May 30th 2019 (10:41am)
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