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Friday, November 3rd
This video clip is a few years old, so yeah, I've seen it before. Alas, a friend just sent it to me and I thought I should share the NSFW joy.
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Friday, Nov 3rd 2017 (12:00am)
Using a relatively new technique that has been more commonly used to map lava tubes, a strange chamber has been discovered in one of Egypt's largest pyramids.
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Friday, Nov 3rd 2017 (12:00am)
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Thursday, November 2nd
Thousands of people dressed as Wally/Waldo flocked into Huis Ten Bosch theme park in Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan, for a puzzling Guinness World Records attempt.

They were all hoping to take part in the world’s Largest gathering of people dressed as Wally/Waldo – the much-loved character from the children’s book Where’s Wally, created by British author and illustrator Martin Handford.
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Thursday, Nov 2nd 2017 (1:16am) | Thanks: Squid
It's pretty common for employees to just up and ragequit when they've had enough - in the case of Somerset's NippyBus transit company, however, it was the boss himself.
By: dave
Thursday, Nov 2nd 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: reddit
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Wednesday, November 1st
A Kenyan man with a 3-foot penis and 11 pound testicles is finally getting the chance to live a normal life — now that his massive package has been surgically reduced, reports said.
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Wednesday, Nov 1st 2017 (3:50am)
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Tuesday, October 31st
Ah, Halloween. I swear, this is my last post about the October 31 day for the rest of 2017. Link is directly to the photo gallery, but I am sure you can figure out how to navigate.

The Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular is from October 12– November 5, will be held in Iroquois Park
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Tuesday, Oct 31st 2017 (1:37pm)
The Stackhouse is a steel structure with slots for shipping container-homes. Homebuyers can pick their container and rent a slot in the Stackhouse.

The modular concept is very nice because much like a mobile home, the housing can be portable.

This is somewhat of an extension of a story posted less than two weeks ago.
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Tuesday, Oct 31st 2017 (12:01am)
And it’s called Robutt. No, really: that’s what Ford calls its mechanized posterior, which is used to determine the durability of the seats in its cars.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 31st 2017 (12:01am)
Monday, October 30th
There is nothing quite as much fun as pulling a tissue out of Spiderman's ass or sliding out of a giant inflatable vulva. Browse through 20 pages of hilariously mindless images.
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Monday, Oct 30th 2017 (12:00am)
Carl’s Jr. on Industrial Drive in Santa Rosa survived the Oct. 9 Tubbs fire while other buildings around it were destroyed. It was not so lucky Thursday.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 30th 2017 (12:00am)
Sunday, October 29th
Saturday, October 28th
It seems that some men don't change their underwear very often.
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Saturday, Oct 28th 2017 (1:52am)
Friday, October 27th
In honour of #WORLDPASTADAY, I present the following scientific thread that constitutes definitive ranking of Non-Primary-Canon pasta shapes.
By: dave
Friday, Oct 27th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
Personally, I've only broken about half of these, your mileage may vary.
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Friday, Oct 27th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: Kyndi
Thursday, October 26th
Fats Domino, the New Orleans rhythm-and-blues singer whose two-fisted boogie-woogie piano and nonchalant vocals, heard on dozens of hits, made him one of the biggest stars of the early rock ’n’ roll era, died on Tuesday at his home in Harvey, La., across the Mississippi River from New Orleans. He was 89.

His death was confirmed by the Jefferson Parish coroner’s office.
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Thursday, Oct 26th 2017 (1:43am)
"Haunted Elevator" is a Saturday Night Live sketch about confused people trying to figure out what this guy named David S. Pumpkins' deal is. This is the story of how it came together, told by those who wrote it.
By: dave
Thursday, Oct 26th 2017 (12:01am) | Thanks: digg
Wednesday, October 25th
Actor Robert Guillaume, who became the first black actor to win comedy Emmys for playing sharp-tongued butler turned lieutenant governor Benson DuBois on Soap and its spinoff, Benson, died Tuesday at age 89.

Guillaume was born Robert Peter Williams and was raised in a St. Louis slum. He adopted his last name for its sophisticated French sound. He later regretted it over the constant misspellings.
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Wednesday, Oct 25th 2017 (5:24pm)
So you want a reminder of what fun Halloween was back in 1954? Ask no more.
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Wednesday, Oct 25th 2017 (4:03am)
Tuesday, October 24th
If we remember Cousin Sven's and Stimpy's favorite game, then we can apply the song to snippets from a Disney flick.
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Tuesday, Oct 24th 2017 (7:44am)
Monday, October 23rd
Four men. One cello. A very pretty collaboration.
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Monday, Oct 23rd 2017 (12:01am)
Sunday, October 22nd
RIP Joe.
This is a long one, don't scroll all the way to the end because you might miss a couple of good ones.
Video evidence as you get to the end.
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Sunday, Oct 22nd 2017 (12:00am)
Saturday, October 21st
Judging from surveillance footage of the early Sunday heist, the ursine family - unlike Goldilocks - was perfectly content eating food that wasn’t "just right." The mother bear and her two cubs made a meal of cold pizza dough and salami, rifling through a trash can and a prep table to find it.
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Saturday, Oct 21st 2017 (12:43am)
Friday, October 20th
Many people embrace beliefs not backed by science. But there’s a difference between following your horoscope and believing in conspiracy theories, like 2Pac being alive and well. It turns out that conspiracy theorists who can’t let go of their favorite rapper also are likely to see “signs” in random events and detect nonexistent messages in art.

Building on research that conspiracy theories are tied to how people detect patterns, scientists at the Free University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands studied the relationship between our perception of patterns and these not-so-logical beliefs. Learning how this works could help us understand the extent to which our beliefs influence what we see.
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Friday, Oct 20th 2017 (12:00am)
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Nov 17, 2017
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