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mardi 19 juin 2018, 19:53
Regularly priced at $590, Bless Mesh Jeans are on sale for the bargain price of $236. 'Making use of vintage 501 Levi's, these jeans feature an asymmetrical fold along the fly and a tan mesh panel down the full length of one side.' [via Weird Universe]
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When a man in Queens, New York celebrated Father's Day at Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden with his daughter and granddaughter, he asked for mayo and carmamel onions on his burger. But there was an extra ingredient he didn't ask for that appeared on his bill: spit. Curtis Mays...
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Texas has some of the most draconian marijuana laws in the United States. Possession of small amounts can result in 6 months in jail and a $2,000 fine. And of the 60,000 people who get arrested on marijuana charges there, 98 percent are popped for simple possession. Reason...
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In a tweet this morning, Trump chooses the dehumanizing word 'infest' to describe immigrants coming to the US. This is eerily similar to German Nazi propaganda 'linking Jews and vermin or disease to Germany.' 'Democrats are the problem. They don’t care about crime and want ...
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This is the stuff dystopian movies are made of. This video, put out by the ACLU, shows immigration agents asking passengers waiting to board a privately owned Concord Coach if they are a US citizen. Even though, according to the ACLU, there is no law anywhere in the country...
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How did Twitter addict Jesse Singal become the anti-transgender spokesgoblin of his generation? When a Child Says She's Trans continues his creepy fixation on gender-nonconforming minors. The 'ex-trans' movement, similar to the discredited 'ex-gay' movement, can always count ...
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  FOR THE KIDS IN YOUR LIFE, AND THEIR SUMMER READING:  Get Ruben Bolling’s hit book series for kids, The EMU Club Adventures. 'The EMU Club inhabits exactly the world I always hoped to live in when I was 12, when the answer to questions like 'Where did I put my toy' led ...
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The cybersecurity landscape is changing, and now one of the most effective ways to counter hacking threats is to employ another hacker against them. Commonly referred to as ethical hackers, these professionals use a cybercriminal's tools against them, checking networks for...
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While an actual Claw Machine Fish Tank would be cruel and unethical (and some say just keeping fish in captivity isn't cool), the concept itself is fun to think about. Kudos to Dave's Geeky Ideas for dreaming up this one up.
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I came across the strangest Aloha shirt on Instagram the other day, one called the 'Hawaiian Shuffle' ($55). It depicts Chunk of The Goonies, amongst the shirt's tropical foliage, doing his 'Truffle Shuffle.' Two things: 1. I'm 99.9% sure this is an unlicensed Goonies...
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From the Dept. of Making-Knives-Out-of-Oddball-Things, aka kiwami japan, comes the 'sharpest Cardboard kitchen knife in the world,' one made from an ordinary Amazon box. It chops, it dices, it slices! kiwami japan previously on BB
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Louis Vuitton's Windows CE gadget was a misstep. Pocket PCs were unpopular gadgets of questionable utility even in their day: obsolete in a heartbeat and now draped with the comical stink of Microsoft at its nadir. It hardly speaks to the timeless quality a luxury brand...
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When Bryant Durrell was in college, he played D&D with an amazing Dungeon Master, Eric, who was obsessed with the moral dimension of the game, constructing thoughtful, elaborate campaigns to get the players to reflect on the nature of good and evil -- the players jokingly...
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A 2 lb. cotton candy-colored lobster was discovered last November by a Canadian fisherman and it's just making the rounds on social media now. The Portland Press Herald reports: Canadian fisherman Robinson Russell, 38, caught the lobster off Grand Manan Island in December...
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In case you thought that kidnapping babies would awaken the moral consciences of Trump supporters, be told: Trump's approval rating hit its all-time peak on Monday, with 45% of Americans saying he is doing a good job. The administration is said to be planning even harsher...
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Ed Piskor's offering an annotated page-by-page look at the first part of X-Men: Grand Design, his epic retelling of how Marvel comics' pantheon of heroes came to be. Catch up here. — Eds. Director’s commentary… This post concludes our director’s commentary feature...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoncXfYBAVI 'Well, we have an orchestra here. What’s missing is a conductor.' That's the voice of a Border Patrol official, mocking a sobbing group of 10 terrified Central American children who've been separated from their parents at a US...
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In Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less (published in 2016, just out in paperback), Alex Soojung-Kim Pang painstakingly investigates the working lives of the likes of Charles Darwin and finds that history's most productive high-performers were working about four...
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On Monday, the Supreme Court will review the 9th Circuit's decision in Apple Inc. v. Pepper, in which the plaintiffs argue that Apple has established a monopoly over apps for Ios (this part is actually incontrovertible, as Apple has used both technology and law to prevent...
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https://youtu.be/BLfI2_xOmK8 Fingerprint locks are catastrophically awful, part LXVII: the software security on the crowdfunded Tapplock 'is basically nonexistent' -- the lock broadcasts its own unlock code over Bluetooth, and if you send it back to the lock, it pops open....
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