The Constitution of the United States is only 4543 words—7762 if you count the Amendments—and originally fit on just four large sheets of paper. But it packs a wallop. Not only is it the oldest written national constitution in the world, it's arguably the most influential in the world, too.
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Sunday, Sep 23rd 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: Miss C
Friday, September 21st
Timewaster supreme here. Click on the color of your choice from the palette on the upper left. Then click and hold in the canvas area to make your flame come alive.

Open the control panel on the right to change parameters for a variety of effects.
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Friday, Sep 21st 2018 (3:25am)
Thursday, September 20th
Some days you might find yourself in and out of the toilet, and some days might go by without a single visit for a Number Two. Should this be a cause for concern? We asked five experts if we have to poop every day. Five out of five experts said no.
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Thursday, Sep 20th 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
An instantly recognizable theme song, outrageous death traps, ingenious gadgets, an army of dastardly villains and femme fatales, and a pop-culture phenomenon unmatched for generations. James Bond, right? Wrong. 1966’s Batman television series practically defined the comic book adaptation for the next three decades with its distinctive visual flair and parade of celebrity guests, even as it walked the line between loving adaptation and straight-up parody.
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Thursday, Sep 20th 2018 (12:00am)
Wednesday, September 19th
Guys, don't get all gushy or wimpy about this article just because it's published in Vogue magazine. The senator is a victim of war and stands strong with our active servicemen.
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Wednesday, Sep 19th 2018 (12:00am)
Tuesday, September 18th
Ah, the first day of college. You obtain a cheery map and find your way to your dorm room. You are either the first or the second one there. Your parents are with you, or they are not. You have probably already corresponded with your roommate online, or at least stalked them, because it is 2018, and you need to know what you're getting into - but now, at last, you are face to furiously washed face. They say hello. They hang a poster. You recognize it as either Klimt or Trainspotting or that one of two girls kissing. They open a box. They take out a well-loved book, its spine creased, its edges worn. You read the title. You gasp, because all of a sudden you know exactly what the year will bring. Or at least you will after consulting the handy list below.
By: dave
Tuesday, Sep 18th 2018 (12:03am)
The best photos usually end up being the most unexpected ones, that were shot at the perfect moment. The timing in these adorable animal photos is truly impeccable, and it makes you wonder how it’s even possible that these pictures were taken at exactly the right time.

Take a look at 40 fascinating and stunning animal photos that were perfectly timed.
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Tuesday, Sep 18th 2018 (12:03am)
Monday, September 17th
Granted, this is an opinion piece, but Steven Parton brings up an excellent point: Why are lawyers persuading judges about ethical issues surrounding technology instead of the people who actually understand the underlying beast?
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Monday, Sep 17th 2018 (9:05am)
The iconic Roland TR-808 had a unique sound for a very special reason, one that gave it an incredibly limited production run - the transistor that it was designed around was flawed, a reject from thousands of its ilk, and it is that flaw that gave the 808 its unique sound.
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Monday, Sep 17th 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: slorum
Saturday, September 15th
The Japanese Masayoshi Matsumoto produces a very different and creative art. He creates amazing animals balloons, and does not use anything but balloons to it - even tapes or markers.

Thanks to its beautiful work, he is known as a true "master" of balloon sculptures, managing to do from the simplest animals to those requiring more skill, like butterflies, fish and dinosaurs.

The result is simply perfect!
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Saturday, Sep 15th 2018 (12:00am)
Friday, September 14th
So there is this prolific action figure collector on the yootoobs named Shartimus Prime, and I'm a big fan of his review videos. In them, he usually does size comparisons with a specific standard figure dubbed the Big Time Let Down Spider Man. For your stupid giggly pleasure, here is the compilation playlist of those comparisons.
By: dave
Friday, Sep 14th 2018 (12:00am)
For a prankster, a sign or note out in public is an easy opportunity to get a guaranteed audience for their latest joke. When the note is a passive-aggressive complaint about something petty, the urge to give an appropriately hilarious response must be downright irresistible!
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Friday, Sep 14th 2018 (12:00am)
Thursday, September 13th
An incredibly moving moment happened at a Red Deer auction this weekend. About $100,000 was raised for two young Red Deer children whose parents died in a motorcycle crash four months ago.
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Thursday, Sep 13th 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: reddit
Almost everyone has an old photo from back in the day that is just too embarrassing to look at now. It seems as though families all over the world are all flocking to Awkward Family Photos to submit their hilarious and retro photos there.

From terrible hairdos and outfits to costume-themed family portraits, it’s no surprise that this site is such a huge hit on the internet. Submit your own awkward family photo and see if it pops on the site eventually!
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Thursday, Sep 13th 2018 (12:00am)
Wednesday, September 12th
If you want to mix it up from the same old drinking games, this website has a comprehensive list of every one known to mankind. Handle with care, obviously.
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Wednesday, Sep 12th 2018 (12:00am)
Tuesday, September 11th
Know when a satellite might be imaging you.
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Tuesday, Sep 11th 2018 (5:01am)

In addition to my love of transportation, I also always have fond memories of the late lamented Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. For 28 years these two gleaming structures of glass and steel defined the Lower Manhattan skyline, beaming brightly in both the day and night as symbols of hope, economic stability, human innovation and our natural ingenuity. Sadly the 'Towers that would last a thousand years' were abruptly torn from us by pure evil in one of the most sadistic attacks in world history, and today only two holes in the ground next to the new World Trade Center complex remind us of what was there originally. Though most images of the Twin Towers you’ll see today show their death, I prefer to remind us of the glorious 28 years of life these two iconic buildings lived, through rain, through sleet, through sun, through snow!

I dedicate this page to the victims of both the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, and the attacks of September 11th, 2001. We shall remember them.
By: dave
Tuesday, Sep 11th 2018 (12:00am)
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Monday, September 10th
Some closing shots provide unexpected answers to big questions. Others let questions dangle endlessly; leaving it to the audience to decide for themselves how the film closed out. Some provide resolve. Others double down on tragedy. Below we've assembled the fifty best, ranked. Enjoy.
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Monday, Sep 10th 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
Just play around with the sliders to achieve your perfectly calming background noise. It’s impossible not to try every one and each has its own unique charm.
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Monday, Sep 10th 2018 (12:00am)
Sunday, September 9th
One of the classic Mel Brooks films that most of your buddies have seen, here is a behind the scenes look at what made the town of Rock Ridge.
RT 28:21
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Sunday, Sep 9th 2018 (5:23am)
Friday, September 7th
The European Space Agency's Gaia satellite has created a catalogue of 1.7 billion stars, 600 million more than previously recorded. It's the most detailed star map of the Milky Way galaxy ever made. The star map offers astronomers and astrophysicists a breathtaking and revolutionary view of our home galaxy.
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Friday, Sep 7th 2018 (12:01am)
Thursday, September 6th
Burt Reynolds - the man, the mustache, the legend - has passed on at 82 from a heart attack. RIP, Bandit.
By: dave
Thursday, Sep 6th 2018 (12:11pm)
The following is excerpted from Big Game: The NFL In Dangerous Times, out today from Penguin Press.

Here I was hanging with Rog on a football field, about an hour before the start of the NFC Championship Game: Arizona Cardinals and Carolina Panthers, Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, January 24, 2016...

By Mark Leibovich, the New York Times Magazine’s chief national correspondent.
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Thursday, Sep 6th 2018 (12:00am)

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