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The internet is disappearing, study says (Thanks to Al Barkafski) They better not disappear this. Continue reading
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Postal worker caught racing Mustang in USPS van, hitting 105 mph in a 60 mph zone (Thanks to Doug Ogg) We had no idea those vans could go that fast. Continue reading
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The Great Florida Bigfoot Conference is coming to Central Florida (Thanks to pharmaross) Continue reading
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For the first time since 2018, screaming hairy armadillo pups have been born in North America (Thanks to EricY, who says they toured with the Animals) Continue reading
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Ambulance collides with moose while responding to another moose collision (Thanks to B&C) Continue reading
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Man gets live rattlesnake in the mail at Mojave Desert post office (Thanks to Ed. Floden) Continue reading
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So why exactly are folks in Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota putting rolls of Toilet Paper in their refrigerator? (Thanks to pharmaross) Continue reading
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The French Post Office on Friday rolled out a scratch-and-sniff postage stamp to celebrate the world-famous baguette (Thanks to Nancy Gill and pharmaross) Continue reading
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The Falmouth Worm Charming Championships (Thanks to Nancy Gill) Continue reading
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Scientists are making small “handheld” nuclear reactors to try and lure aliens to Earth, an expert has claimed. (Thanks to Ralph) Continue reading
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Afterward, investigators say the suspect ran inside the store, ignoring the ‘no-shirt, no-service’ rule, jumped on a table, and repeated his threats waving his ‘finger guns.’ (Thanks to Ralph) Continue reading
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Florida man drunkenly steals school bus, drives 4 hours to Miami (Thanks to EricY) Continue reading
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How cockroaches came to rule the world (Thanks to Not My Usual Alias, who says "I, for one, welcome our cockroach overloards.") Continue reading
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Microplastics found in every human testicle in study (Thanks to MOTW, Buck Nekkid and Doug in Sacramento) Continue reading
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Engineers make ‘Dune stillsuit’ that turns pee, sweat into drinkable water (Thanks to John Lobert) Continue reading
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Mr. Gene Weingarten, who is this blog's former editor and also an insane person, has posted on his Substack an entertaining interview he did with a very funny Washington, D.C., political official. Continue reading
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Hertz gets caught charging multiple Tesla renters for not returning the EVs with a full tank of gas (Thanks to The Perts) Continue reading
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Brits 'triggered' by 'abominable' method for slicing Colin the Caterpillar cake (Thanks to Ralph) Continue reading
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Scientists can't decide if consciousness is real or fake (Thanks to Steve K., who says "What are they using to think about this?") Continue reading
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Two men steal cases of Bud Light beer at gunpoint at Fort Worth gas station (Thanks to Allen at Division) Continue reading
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AI systems are already deceiving us (Thanks to Ralph) Continue reading
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The brains of modern humans are around 13% smaller than those of Homo sapiens who lived 100,000 years ago.Exactly why is still puzzling researchers. (Thanks to GJ) Continue reading
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Astrobiology professor suggests 1970's NASA mission might have detected and unintentionally extinguished life on Mars. (Thanks to Robert Moats) Continue reading
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The Rubyglow pineapple –— bred for its distinctive red exterior and its sweetness — costs $395.99 at Melissa’s Produce, a California-based seller of specialty fruit and veggies. (Thanks to Steve K., Ron T. and Asher Scheiner) Continue reading
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THE SCURRY Is A New Horror Movie About Deranged Squirrels (Thanks to Jimpy) Continue reading
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