Tuesday, June 4th
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.
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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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It's a level where you don't have to touch the controller, but you only have a one in 7.5 million chance of actually making it to the end.

"For more than 12 hours now, my Wii U has been silently running underneath my desk. I’m not holding the controller, or taking note of what’s happening, but my Wii U is currently vying for a lottery ticket buried in Super Mario Maker, with a one in 7.5 million chance of it appearing. My reward? Beating a level that never requires the player to touch a button and yet, as of now, it’s been attempted more than 2.6 million times—and no one’s made it to the end."
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, May 30th 2019 (12:02am)
2DOOM is a 2D demake and tribute of the most famous FPS. Despite its cute pixel art, prepare for an intense, violent and bloody adventure! Disclaimer: this is a non-commercial, unlicenced, fan-made game.
By: dave
Thursday, May 30th 2019 (12:02am) | Thanks: mefi
Wednesday, May 29th
A little background information in this article, but more importantly, step-by-step instructions to remove items that you do not want the tech giant to have on you.
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Wednesday, May 29th 2019 (12:00am)
Lake Baikal, in the Russian region of Siberia, is a massive body of water—the world’s deepest and most voluminous freshwater lake. Its location and the surrounding geography can lead to fascinating phenomena in the winter, as ferocious winds and cycles of melting and refreezing build and sculpt works of structural beauty—stones supported on wind-worn pedestals, undulating surface ice, encrusted beaches, crazy icicles, frozen methane bubbles, and more. Below, a collection of some interesting and beautiful images from the clear ice of Lake Baikal.

Cycle through the gallery of striking images with either j/k or <-/->
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, May 29th 2019 (12:00am)
Tuesday, May 28th
Now Peter Max's associates are trading lurid allegations of kidnapping, hired goons, attempted murder by Brazil nut and art fraud on the high seas.
By: dave
Tuesday, May 28th 2019 (11:35am) | Thanks: Sunny
Bill Buckner, a baseball stalwart who compiled 2,715 hits for five different teams over a 22-year career, died Monday. He was 69.

In a statement to ESPN, Buckner's widow, Jody, said that her husband had suffered from Lewy Body Dementia.

Buckner was best known for his error in the 1986 World Series but was a great hitter and four time All Star. He also never struck out more than 39 times in any of his seasons of pro ball.
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Tuesday, May 28th 2019 (5:59am)
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Walmart one month ago unveiled a new “store of the future” and test grounds for emerging technologies, including AI-enabled cameras and interactive displays. The store, a working concept called the Intelligent Retail Lab — or “IRL” for short — operates out of a Walmart Neighborhood Market in Levittown, N.Y.
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Tuesday, May 28th 2019 (12:00am)
Monday, May 27th
The art of design is subjective and open to interpretation. Whether its fashion, marketing, home decor, or any other subset of the design field, sometimes well-intentioned designs aren’t always perceived as the designer had intended. Here are some of our favorite and hilarious design fails from around the world that make us really appreciate the value of a second opinion. Enjoy!
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Monday, May 27th 2019 (10:34am)
A group of champion female squash players slammed the Spanish tournament they won as sexist after being given vibrators as a prize.
By: dave
Monday, May 27th 2019 (12:03am)
Saturday, May 25th
Stay with this one. About three minutes in, it gets freakishly good.
Without the setup in the segment? I am thinking not as much laughter.
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Saturday, May 25th 2019 (2:22am)
Friday, May 24th
So the original Noah's big boat could handle 40 days and 40 nights of rainfall, huh?
Maybe the recreation should have been built to such enduring standards?
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Friday, May 24th 2019 (5:01pm)
Chris Van Dorn is going above and beyond -- to superhero standards -- to rescue animals in need of loving homes. Similar to other rescues, Van Dorn said he's always had a passion for animals but where he stands out is the way he saves these animals: He dresses up as Batman when he's on his rescue mission. Aboard his "Batmobile" -- a silver two-door Honda Civic -- the 26-year-old drives countless miles to rescue pets.
By: dave
Friday, May 24th 2019 (12:00am)
Follow the links to see the other winners but there is a real message in this baby regarding our loss of liberty.
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Friday, May 24th 2019 (12:00am)
Thursday, May 23rd
Would you part with $20 a year to stop those annoying robocalls? I might, but it's a game of leapfrog. The scammers will find a way around this baby and then you will be searching for another solution.
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Thursday, May 23rd 2019 (9:19pm)
FOUND cat last night was stuck in between my fence screaming it's head off. i brought it inside because it looks too big and healthy for a stray and dogs here escape often and will eat cats that get out. it is very thick and has little stripes and spots on its legs and big white round spots on the back of its ears, only thing that looks wrong with him is he doesn't have a tail but it doesn't seem like anything new. please if u r his owner contact me ASAP i can not keep him here because as cute as he is, he is CRAZY and has gotten into everything in the house in 1 night and is EXTREMELY AGGRESSIVE!!
By: dave
Thursday, May 23rd 2019 (2:14pm) | Thanks: beppo
Wednesday, May 22nd
This has practically nothing to do with golf other than a club and a ball. It's science, biotches!
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, May 22nd 2019 (3:12am)
Tuesday, May 21st
Southern boy Brown visits Scotsman Ferguson on late night TV. Hilarity ensues.
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Tuesday, May 21st 2019 (12:01am)
Scientists gave a mysterious object a nickname with a dark history. Now they have to decide whether to let it stick.
By: dave
Tuesday, May 21st 2019 (12:01am) | Thanks: digg

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