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mardi 9 octobre 2018, 21:26
Very quickly. Before it, and you, freeze. On Cyprien Verseux's Twitter account, wonderful snapshots of fun with food on the bleak, frozen ice sheets of Antarctica. “I had no idea that having lunch on the roof was not a good idea,” Lucien says, about the spaghetti shown ...
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This isn't a long post, but damn it's an important one. The Root's got the lowdown on the voter registration deadline for every state. If you haven't registered to vote yet, you'll find the deadlines right here.
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Fill in this form and Vote Save America will tell you whether you are (still) registered to vote, a vital step in an age of rampant, illegal voter suppression. The process takes 30 seconds. Here's instructions on registering to vote in every US state and territory.
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A black man babysitting two white children was followed by a white woman for nearly an hour. She called the police to report the man for being black while babysitting. The police stopped the man, questioned the kids, then called the kids' parents, who told the police...
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Canada's CBC News went into Apple Stores with hidden cameras and discovered that the Geniuses there were especially smart when it came to ripping off customers who brought their equipment in for repair. In some cases the Geniuses told customers that they should buy a new...
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Through the use of hidden cameras, consulting with private computer repair joints, and chatting with right-to-repair advocates, the Canadian Broadcast Corporation has cast a very unflattering light on Apple's Genius Bar and its pricing and repair policies. Yes, this video...
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Pure excitement last night from Pittsburgh's WPXI, which devoted several minutes to covering a local man accused of pocketing more than $3,000 from the store where he worked, in small amounts, over a long period of time. I can't remember his name, occupation or the outcome...
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There's been a lot of talk about Taylor Swift's marching orders to her 112 million Instagram followers this past Sunday. Some folks are welcoming her to the resistance. Others wish she'd shut her political cake hole and stick to singing (but Kanye West's blathering on is...
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A new documentary, David Bowie: The First Five Years, reveals how wrong some BBC judges were when he first started out. In 1965, David Bowie's band, the Lower Third, auditioned for the BBC's radio air time. This was when Bowie went by Davey Jones. The band, and especially...
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'Go vote.' A SCARY TIME by Lynzy Lab I CAN’T WALK TO MY CAR LATE AT NIGHT WHILE ON THE PHONE I CAN’T OPEN UP MY WINDOWS WHEN I’M HOME ALONE I CAN’T GO TO A BAR WITHOUT A CHAPERONE AND I CAN’T WEAR A MINI SKIRT IF ITS THE ONLY ONE I OWN I CAN’T USE PUBLIC...
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When Google's engineering staff staged an uprising over the company's 'Project Maven' to supply AI tools for the Pentagon's secretive drone-based killing program, many observed that the project was just a prelude to bidding on JEDI, the Pentagon's Joint Enterprise Defense...
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A guy is on the side of the road giving CPR to a squirrel by pressing his fingers on its chest (yes, he is wearing a glove). Two police officers pull over to see what's going on, and find out that the guy's car either drove over the squirrel, or maybe just sideswiped it....
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Dustin W. Burns, 33, of Springfield, Missouri, on probation after violating a restraining order, was arrested again after he allegedly made an instructional video on how to remove an ankle monitor with a butterknife and posted the clip on Facebook. 'This is how you take an...
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Warren Ellis's closing keynote from the Thought Bubble festival in Leeds is distilled Ellis: witty and wordsmithed, insightful and thoughtful, futuristic and deeply contemporary. Ellis's subject was the unique merits and practices of comics, the traits that have made it...
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In 1863, on the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg, a 69-year-old shoemaker took down his ancient musket and set out to shoot some rebels. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow John Burns' adventures in that historic battle, which made him...
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There is a major retrospective of John Waters' visual art that's just opened in his hometown of Baltimore. It's called Indecent Exposure and it pulls pieces from his entire career. In this PBS NewsHour video, we get to see a glimpse of it guided by Waters himself. In the...
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A group of people on a boat had amazing good fortune when a couple of friendly whales came to visit. The whales came right up to them, swam under their boat, and gently rolled around before saying goodbye. But rather than enjoying the miracle, the group panicked – you can...
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It's not great footage, being video of a video monitor recorded with a potato, but it's a quality bridge collapse with no apparent fatalities and one of the most cinematic escapes reality might provide: keep your eye on the person waiting for the train in the bottom right of ...
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In 2015, Parker Kane's performance of dubstep on a McDonald's cup went viral (video below). On Sunday, Kane returned to the same McDonald's in Rexburg, Idaho for the above encore.
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Described as 'a transient bazaar that is not publicly announced, where nothing is for sale, and very little trace can be found of it afterward,' it's been nearly 10 years since the first Lost Horizon Night Market hit New York City. Since then, this quirky underground event...
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