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Thursday, October 12th
Big in the news is that the Boy Scouts of America will allow girls to join starting next year. It's been a while since we've seen some NSFW Bullshit clips here.
Time to remedy that.
Bullshit Morormons and Boy Scouts -and- Atheist Scouts (with subtitles en Espanol, no less).
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Thursday, Oct 12th 2017 (12:06am)
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Wednesday, October 11th
Here's a list of the Spielberg celluloid works that I mostly agree with. We forget that some of the sequels were real bombs. Fortunately, as we approach the end of the article, there are many magical Hollywood moments worth remembering.
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Wednesday, Oct 11th 2017 (12:14am)
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Tuesday, October 10th
Y. A. Tittle, the Hall of Fame quarterback who led the Giants to three consecutive National Football League championship games in the early 1960s after the San Francisco 49ers had discarded him as too old and too slow, died on Sunday night in Stanford, Calif. He was 90.

Louisiana State University, where he played his college ball, announced his death.

Tittle threw for dozens of touchdowns and thousands of yards, won a Most Valuable Player Award and was selected to seven Pro Bowls. But he endeared himself to New York not as a golden boy but as a muddied, grass-stained scrapper.

He was a balding field general with a fringe of gray who, at 34, in his old-fashioned high-topped shoes, had undeniably lost a step or two, but kept picking himself up off the ground to find a way to beat you, and New York cheered.
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Tuesday, Oct 10th 2017 (6:01am)
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2000 square meters (says 12,000 inside the article) of the iconic bricks. Located in the hometown of LEGO, Billund, you can spend a day exploring the museum with over 25 million bricks.
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Tuesday, Oct 10th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: Irene
Few school-sponsored enrichment programs lend themselves to genuine nostalgia. The Presidential Fitness Test? Most people compartmentalize the memories of that one, lest they lead to traumatic flashbacks. DARE? In retrospect, a pretty hilarious failure, but not exactly the stuff of back-to-school daydreams. But the Scholastic Book Fair? That week where your elementary school was packed full of books and pens and erasers and you could just wade right on in and go wild? Oh, man, that's the good stuff.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 10th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
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Monday, October 9th
Northern lights enthusiasts have discovered a new type of northern lights, and named it Steve. Steve is a very thin, purplish arc that can almost look like a picket fence, according to Kumar. Kumar says Steve can be viewed farther south than the larger oval auroras that sweep the skyline.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 9th 2017 (12:04am)
Using multiple photos as a guide, a model of the late musician is built from the skeleton on out.
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Monday, Oct 9th 2017 (12:04am) | Thanks: G.G. Maldonado
Sunday, October 8th
...someone jammed a pumpkin on a Cornell spire. The perpetrator remains a mystery to this day.
By: dave
Sunday, Oct 8th 2017 (3:16pm) | Thanks: mefi
Saturday, October 7th
Application of a bit of science to what we think we know but really do not. Interesting stuff about tall things.
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Saturday, Oct 7th 2017 (5:19am)
Friday, October 6th
First the good news: Whoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a Christmastime check at the mall or a lie cooked up by your parents to trick you into five measly minutes of quiet was, at minimum, misinformed.

The bad news: Santa Claus is definitely dead.
By: dave
Friday, Oct 6th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
There are plenty of images of this building on the Web, however be forewarned... it's not really a building. It was actually part of a marketing campaign for a company that makes fingerprint software and panels.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Oct 6th 2017 (12:00am)
Thursday, October 5th
Artist Tom Brown creates tiny food in his tiny kitchen. He recently became famous on the Internet when George Takei shared this video.
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Thursday, Oct 5th 2017 (9:56pm)
This has been postulated in a couple of cartoons and urban legends several times before, but it really did happen according to this report.
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Thursday, Oct 5th 2017 (12:00am)
Wednesday, October 4th
Have some fun with your Christian friends and quote some of these without citing the chapter and verse. See if they condemn you for such blasphemy.
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Wednesday, Oct 4th 2017 (12:04am)
Tuesday, October 3rd
A police dog in Chestermere, Alta., had a close call on Thursday when it inadvertently fired a handgun found while investigating a fight in a grocery store parking lot. RCMP said one shot was fired, but neither the dog nor his handlers were injured. At the time, the dog was tracking two suspects.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 3rd 2017 (12:01am)
Guys, this is not what is meant by the term, "pumping iron". Surprisingly safe for work news story.
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Tuesday, Oct 3rd 2017 (12:01am)
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Monday, October 2nd
If you've been following the news today you've seen plenty of horror and carnage, but lost in that was the news that musician Tom Petty was found last night in full cardiac arrest, and had no brain activity when he got to the hospital. The decision was made to remove life support earlier today, and he is now gone. RIP, Tom.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 2nd 2017 (1:15pm)
The Old Man of the Lake is a 30-foot tall tree stump that has been bobbing vertically in Oregon's Crater Lake for at least 130 years. Yes, you read that right...
By: dave
Monday, Oct 2nd 2017 (12:01am)
Comic Sans and Papyrus, two font names that are like nails on a chalkboard to designers. The only thing that could potentially top seeing these two choices in your font folder would be if for some ungodly reason, some evil mastermind combined the two.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 2nd 2017 (12:01am)
Diffusion Choir is a kinetic sculpture that uses 400 folding elements to reveal the movements of an invisible flock of birds. Its movements are always changing, driven by custom software running a flocking algorithm.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Oct 2nd 2017 (12:01am)
Sunday, October 1st
While there is no doubt that this feature is very useful to some end users, in prior versions it was available only as an add-on. Now integrated and turned on by default, it's just become another memory hog, requiring fewer open tabs or constant relaunching of the application.
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Sunday, Oct 1st 2017 (12:00am)
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The Internet Pinball Machine Database — also known as the IPDB — is a comprehensive, searchable encyclopedia of virtually every pinball machine ever commercially made. The database currently includes 67,330 images of 6,104 games, 4,667 other game related files, and links to other pinball websites, grouped by machine. The database also includes pitch & bat baseball games, cocktail table machines, bingos, and payout machines ... when they have a pinball theme.

The data in this database has been laboriously gathered by the Editors over many years, from books, photographs, flyers, web sites, pinball manufacturers, collectors' personal records, and of course the pinball machines themselves. Most of the actual photographs in the database came from various collectors – over 2,392 different contributors to date.
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Sunday, Oct 1st 2017 (12:00am)
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Saturday, September 30th
Monty Hall, best known as the cheerful and friendly host of the game show 'Let's Make a Deal,' died Saturday morning in Los Angeles, his daughter Sharon Hall said.

He was 96 and had been ill since suffering a heart attack shortly after his wife of almost 70 years died in June.
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Saturday, Sep 30th 2017 (9:46pm)
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