An unnamed man was staying at a Madison, Wisconsin hotel on Thursday, when he discovered bed bugs in his room. Had he been staying at a Holiday Inn Express he’d have been smart enough to know that the best way to eliminate bed bugs would not be by burning them with a lit cigarette. Firefighters […]
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by Jeff Wysaski These people are clearly not chefs…
Professor Ningyu Liu at the Geospace Physics Laboratory caught a beautiful lightning show from a recent storm. It’s recorded at 7000 frames per second and the playback speed is 700 frames per second.
This persistent four-month-old labrador retriever puppy, named Gracie, refuses to give up while attempting to fetch a big Sunday newspaper nearly twice her size.
In two parts Part One: Fast News, Late Night Highlights, Katy Perry – Fondler? , Migraine Help, Don’t Drink Bleach, Football Speeches and Cardio, The Pennywise Doll Freak Out, Old Time Road and Billie Eillish, Dumbasses! Part Two: Ask the Zoo Dude! A 1958 documentary clip about climate change, TV, Good News, Radio Day
Pittsburgh’s Brian Martin has been charged with DUI and reckless driving after he allegedly hit a bicyclist and failed to stop. However, witnesses got Martin’s license number, which police used to find him. Martin told officers he’d never left home, but that alibi was kaput when police obtained surveillance video that showed him drinking two […]
Via Translator Fails What happens when you translate a song too many times through Google Translate:
viaAryeh Nirenberg We’ve seen plenty of time-lapse videos of stars moving across the sky. Aryeh Nirenberg took a different route and stabilized the stars, therefore showing how the earth moves relative to the sky. Images were recorded at 12-second intervals over a period of three hours.
Via Vox The American federal minimum wage hasn’t gone up in a decade. That’s the longest wait since the US first set a minimum wage in 1938. Today, Congress is debating whether they should raise it again. But the fact that Congress has to debate it at all is… kind of weird. In the US, unlike […]
In two parts. Part One: The News in 60, Saluting Peter Fonda, Late Night Highlights, Eavesdropping Devices, Password Panic, Streaming Wars, Zepplin vs Spirit (again), Surprise Triplets, Money Disorders and Debt, Dumbasses! Part Two: The Long Con, Elvis Spy Show, Peter Fonda dn the Beatles, Mam June, Vultures Infest a Neighborhood, Good News, Michigan State […]