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Feb 26, 2016

#20 - Google and Facebook will reportedly file court motions supporting Apple in fight with FBI

 

#19 - How Amazon Fulfillment Works

 

#18 - Shopping

 

#17 - MRW the interviewer sits me at a computer and tells me to create a relationship between 2 tables after I lied about having Microsoft Access experience

 

#16 - TIL that after its tourism sector boomed, Kazakhstan's foreign minister thanked Sacha Baron Cohen in 2012 for the release of Borat after the country saw a 10x increase in issued visas.

 

#15 - I survived...

 

#14 - My teacher friend thought a student was checking the time too often during a test...

 

#13 - Driving on Hard Mode

 

#12 - The original Russian trailer mount

 

#11 - TIL that convicted murderer Philip Workman declined a last meal, instead requesting that a large vegetarian pizza be given to a homeless person in Nashville. His request was refused, but in response, people all over the state donated pizzas to homeless shelters.

 

#10 - TIL Apples originated in Kazakhstan and wild apples can taste like roses, strawberries, popcorn, anise, and many other flavors. 90% of modern apples can be traced back to 2 trees.

 

#9 - Swimming with a Mola Mola

 

#8 - Columbia University professor explains gravitational waves to Stephen Colbert

 

#7 - Brian Greene goes on Colbert's 'Late Show' to explain the recent gravity wave discovery.

 

#6 - Free running fail

 

#5 - Screen printing

 

#4 - The European Parliament called on the European Union to impose an arms embargo against Saudi Arabia

 

#3 - Opened my work van after working on a farm yesterday...

 

#2 - Vermont Senate approves marijuana legalization 16-13

 

#1 - Apple CEO: We Will Take This iPhone Case to the Supreme Court

 

 

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Feb 19, 2016

#20 - Five women suffered prolonged miscarriages, severe infections and emotional trauma at Mercy Health Partners in Michigan when staff neglected patients’ health to uphold religious directives forbidding them to terminate pregnancy unless the mother is in grave condition

 

#19 - Well... Shit.

 

#18 - Clinton’s Lead Has Evaporated in Nevada and Her Supporters Are Panicking

 

#17 - TIL that an investment bank that lost 66 employees on 9/11 has paid the college fees of 54 children of their fallen co-workers.

 

#16 -How Apple should end the debate about back doors to encryption.

 

#15 - Scientists warn of coming global disaster because of water inequality.“We are revealing a global disaster in the making, yet we are seeing very little coordinated response.”

 

#14 - Bernie Sanders Plan to Deschedule Marijuana Earns Support of Former Surgeon General

 

#13 - Filming a pyroclastic flow in Japan, 1991

 

#12 - TIL The US Marines has enough equipment, ammo and supplies stored in Norwegian caves to support a 15000 man brigade for 30 days

 

#11 - What 200mph looks like

 

#10 - Seriously?

 

#9 - The death of a star taken by the Hubble telescope.

 

#8 - Morning coffee views don't get much better than in Patagonia.

 

#7 - Report: VA suicide hotline calls went to voicemail

 

#6 - This is what Disney World's solar farm looks like from the sky.

 

#5 - John McAfee: 'I'll decrypt the San Bernardino phone for free so Apple doesn't need to place a back door on its product'

 

#4 - Ferocious dog steals ball

 

#3 - River rock fireplace

 

#2 - Apple isn't protecting a shooter's iPhone data. They're defending digital privacy | As CEO Tim Cook’s open letter to customers stating that Apple would oppose the order points out, the request ‘has implications far beyond the legal case at hand

 

#1 - Friends pranked me by converting my bedroom to a utility closet.

 

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Feb 18, 2016

#20 - RPG Potion Logic

 

#19 - You have to go through 50 pages of ads before you reach the first page of content in a copy of GQ.

 

#18 - Style tips for men.

 

#17 - Kanye West should've waited until Taylor Swift was accepting her Grammy and released his new album as she started her speech.

 

#16 - Reddit, what good thing got ruined?

 

#15 - A Moose waiting at the back door of a local Tim Hortons in Canada yesterday

 

#14 - And I thought I was good at Super Mario...

 

#13 - Why hello there Mr.Frog

 

#12 - I don't always get packages from my father but when I do...

 

#11 - Package delivery

 

#10 - Awesome professor asks best extra credit questions

 

#9 - TIL that out of 262 Blue Angels pilots, 26 have been killed during training or show accidents, giving the job a 10% fatality rate.

 

#8 - TIL a boy died from a gunshot wound while visiting his Scientologist father. It was declared suicide, however the boys prints were not on the gun, the bullet was missing, his laptop data was deleted and his father called David Miscavige's sister before 911.

 

#7 - "Pudding" is a resident Fox at the National Fox Welfare Society, as he's too friendly to be released back to the wild.

 

#6 - I just want to pet the kitty

 

#5 - Hacker unleashes 17.8GB trove of data from a Turkish national police server

 

#4 - Someone in our lab forgot proper attire today.

 

#3 - A spectator holds up a sign at the Academy Awards, April 1974

 

#2 - The logo for this paper company looks like Dick Butt's more successful brother.

 

#1 - TIL two con men sold a fake painting for €1.5 million, only to find out that all the money was counterfeit

 

 

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Feb 16, 2016

#20 - I have to pay extra to print my own ticket?

 

#19 - Student worker paid just 47 cents an hour by 7-Eleven

 

#18 - My niece's non-traditional valentine card

 

#17 - Yeahhhh!!

 

#16 - Dangerously beautiful poisonous mushrooms

 

#15 - This bible verse always keeps me going

 

#14 - TIL in 2000, when the cast of "Friends" wouldn't come down from their $1,050,000/episode salary demands, NBC produced promos saying "You've loved them for seven years, see how it all ends with the series finale of Friends this Thursday". The cast agreed to lower salaries.

 

#13 - There really wasn't much to color here

 

#12 - It's the American way

 

#11 - The truth about owning a hairless cat.

 

#10 - Toad is such an asshole

 

#9 - You're done when I say you are.

 

#8 - Delivering mail can be a bitch sometimes.

 

#7 - "Why won't it get into my mouth!?"

 

#6 - TIL that Robert Landsburg, while filming Mount St. Helens volcano eruption in 1980 realized he could not survive it, so he rewound the film back into its case, put his camera in his backpack, and then lay himself on top of the backpack to protect the film for future researchers.

 

#5 - I bet everyone is so tired of Snake's shit

 

#4 - TIL, SWAT conducted a raid and seized "17 blackberry bushes, 15 okra plants, 14 tomatillo plants ... native grasses and sunflowers," after holding residents inside at gunpoint for at least a half-hour during a massive SWAT raid at an organic farm

 

#3 - The Obama administration has approved the first U.S. factory in Cuba in more than half a century, allowing a two-man company from Alabama to build a plant assembling as many as 1,000 small tractors a year for sale to private farmers in Cuba.

 

#2 - It would be really weird if emotional dramas had "cry tracks" similar to sitcoms with laugh tracks.

 

#1 - TIL CIA created a gun that could shoot darts that caused heart attack. Upon penetration of skin the dart left just a tiny red dot. The poison itself worked rapidly and denatured quickly afterwards. It was revealed in 1975 in a Congressional testimony.

 

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Feb 12, 2016

#10 - The true face of fear

 

#9 - TIL that the person who designed Star Wars' Darth Maul was instructed to make Maul "a vision from your worst nightmare", and based the design on an actual nightmare he had. When he presented the design to George Lucas, Lucas shuddered and told him "Give me your second worst nightmare."

 

#8 - Two different ways to celebrate Valentines Day

 

#7 - If you attempt to rob a bank you won't have any trouble with rent/food bills for the next 10 years whether you are successful or not

 

#6 - He loves his new sister

 

#5 - TIL the Super Bowl has required national anthem vocals to be pre-recorded since 1993 when Garth Brooks declined to pre-record and then refused to sing live until a dispute over debuting a music video during the game could be settled, resulting in a delayed kickoff.

 

#4 - "I can't check the time because my watch is doing a software update" is probably the most ridiculous thing I've said this week

 

#3 - Deliberately obtuse: Companies now desiring the exact opposite of common good usability...

 

#2 - A beautifully crafted four-barreled combination "vierling" gun. It has two 8 x 57R rifle barrels (roughly equivalent to the .30-06 Springfield cartridge), one .22 Hornet rifle barrel and a single 20-gauge shotgun barrel.

 

#1 - Gravitational waves from black holes detected

 

 

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Feb 11, 2016

#20 - Thigh watermelon crushing

 

#19 - Yogoat

 

#18 - Bernie Sanders Has Raised $5.2 Million Since The Polls Closed In New Hampshire

 

#17 - The hellish mines of the 1980s Brazilian gold rush

 

#16 - Australia set to legalize cultivation of medical cannabis

 

#15 - So Kleenex offered personalized Valentine's portable packs. They don't screen.

 

#14 - Omg snow omg snow omg snow

 

#13 - Colorado marijuana sales total close to $1 billion in 2015

 

#12 - In your face!

 

#11 - WHATEVER, I WON.

 

#10 - Rabbit Brain Returns Successfully from Cryopreservation - First mammal brain to be recovered in near-perfect condition

 

#9 - Nice accessibility job!

 

#8 - Our puppy Wilson meeting a cat for the first time

 

#7 - British ISIS fighter who called himself 'Superman' but returned to the UK because Syria was too cold is jailed for seven years

 

#6 - America in 2016. 3 siblings picking up their daily allowance of bottled water from the Fire Dept in Flint, MI.

 

#5 - Before computers, we relied on t-squares, rulers & ink. Workers map Cambridge electrical system in 1950.

 

#4 - Fiorina Drops Out Of 2016 Race

 

#3 - Australia introduces "Netflix tax" legislation to parliament. With hopes of placing a tax on all foreign digital goods.

 

#2 - New emails show press literally taking orders from Hillary

 

#1 - U.S. congressmen introduce bill that stops states from banning strong encryption

 

 

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Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Feb 10, 2016

#20 - My baby snake lighting up when the sun shines though him.

 

#19 - The world’s largest solar plant goes live, projected to produce enough power to meet the needs of 1.1 million people by 2018

 

#18 - Twitch chat controlled a mechanical-bull-styled couch while someone is playing Smash

 

#17 - TIL a pedophile in Thailand posted a picture of himself with a swirl effect on his face, allowing the Interpol to unswirl the image back and arrest him

 

#16 - Great teamwork.

 

#15 - Fox Thinking Sheets Are Snow

 

#14 - me irl

 

#13 - 110 year-old electric car that sold for $95,000

 

#12 - Sleep deprivation linked to false confession in new study. Legal experts are predicting it will be cited in future court cases. “It’s a milestone,” says Lawrence Sherman, head of the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge.

 

#11 - Contractor destroys road after not being paid by developer.

 

#10 - Io casts its shadow on Jupiter

 

#9 - North Korea has restarted plutonium reactor and could have stockpiles in weeks - US spy chief

 

#8 - Cameras are so hard to use

 

#7 - Strap-on leg sleds

 

#6 - TIL mongooses were introduced to Hawaii to control the invasive rat population. However, rats are nocturnal and mongooses are diurnal. Hawaii now has a problem with both.

 

#5 - Mormon Senator goes ahead with medical marijuana bill despite his church's objection.

 

#4 - Vaccinations are “an excellent investment” offering a return of up to $44 for every $1 spent, finds team at John Hopkins in study of 94 countries.

 

#3 - Golden retriever waits patiently with a piece of bread under her mouth

 

#2 - AT&T fights to keep your internet as slow as possible

 

#1 - McCain: Anyone Who Says Waterboarding Works is a Liar | "We tried Japanese generals and hung them for war crimes," said McCain. "One of the crimes was waterboarding."

 

 

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Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Feb 9, 2016

#20 - TIL Zildjian, the cymbal manufacturer, is one of the oldest companies in the world, founded 1623, 393 years ago.

 

#19 - Mexico won't pay a cent for Trump's 'stupid wall'

 

#18 - I don't like the name of this operation.

 

#17 - acehole

 

#16 - Nintendo's back up plan

 

#15 - TIL A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface.

 

#14 - Impeccable Timing.

 

#13 - Keeping the dying art of calligraphy alive.

 

#12 - The Legend of Zelda: Do not grieve for me

 

#11 - TIL while bored during his work with the Manhattan Project Richard Feynman would amuse himself by picking the locks of his colleagues confidential file cabinets and placing prank notes, his colleagues believed a spy had infiltrated the project.

 

#10 - I before E

 

#9 - I'm more relaxed around murders than I am when I'm on a date.

 

#8 - A clever way to show how ancient ruins looked like

 

#7 - Fox pups playing with a dog toy

 

#6 - alien encounter

 

#5 - Indian telecom Regulatory Authority says no to content-based differential tariff offers, supports net neutrality

 

#4 - A very carefully compiled wordsearch

 

#3 - Burn them..

 

#2 - Puppy is overwhelmed with everything around him

 

#1 - TIL that in 1946 Kodak customers complained about film developing cloudy. Kodak investigated & found the corn husks used for packing was radioactive. They discovered something that was not public knowledge; the packaging was exposed to fallout from the world's first nuclear bomb explosion.

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Feb 5, 2016

 

#20 - TIL Actor Vincent D'Onofrio holds the record for most weight gained for a movie role. He gained 70 pounds to play the role of Private Leonard Lawrence (aka Private Pyle) in Full Metal Jacket.

 

#19 - World is about to eradicate the first human disease since smallpox - the gruesome Guinea worm

 

#18 - “ See #7” Des Moines Register: "Something smells fishy in the Democratic Party." Iowa's largest and most influential newspaper publicly demands a recount of the Iowa caucuses, something currently being resisted by the pro-Hillary leader of the state's Democratic Party.

 

#17 - How to score a penalty in handball

 

#16 - When you get schooled by a dog

 

#15 - After Texas defunded Planned Parenthood, low-income women lost access to highly effective contraception and Medicaid births increased 27%Epidemiology

 

#14 - TIL: Gay Turkish men can avoid military service by providing photographs of themselves having sex. But only if they are the passive partner, and their face is clearly visible in the photo.

 

#13 - Corgi shakes goggles off

 

#12 - This is what happens when you leave your doors open during high tide in San Diego

 

#11 - Dog protects baby from 'dangerous' vacuum cleaner.

 

#10 - Man Ejected From Somali Plane in Midair Was Suicide Bomber

 

#9 - Crabs in wavy water.

 

#8 - Study participants subjected to Taser shocks and then tested for cognitive impairment showed short-term declines in brain functioning -- dysfunction on par with dementia. It calls into question the legitimacy of police questioning in the immediate aftermath of an arrest involving the use of a Taser.

 

#7 - Des Moines Register calls for audit of Sanders-Clinton result in Iowa...

 

#6 - How not to "Deal with it"

 

#5 - UN panel 'rules in Assange's favour'

 

#4 - When wind meets freezing rain...

 

#3 - Google Targets Fake 'Download' and 'Play' Buttons

 

#2 - An empty 787.

 

#1 - Next month, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on a proposal that would, in its words, “tear down anti-competitive barriers” and let customers access cable through devices other than cable set-top boxes.

 

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Feb 4, 2016

#20 - TIL Based on the landmarks in the training scene of Rocky II, Rocky ran 30.61 miles before jumping around with a bunch of kids at the top of the stairs at The Philadelphia Museum of Art.

 

#19 - TIL Star Wars the Force Awakens spent $50M more on advertising and trailers ($250M) than they did on production ($200M)

 

#18 - I imagine my browser eye-rolling everytime I open a new incognito tab

 

#17 - what's wrong?

 

#16 - And business is good

 

#15 - A 10-year-old Afghan boy who was declared a hero after fighting the Taliban has been shot dead by insurgents while on his way to school.

 

#14 - TIL: That the visor Geordi La Forge wore to give him vision in Star Trek: TNG made his actor Levar Burton 90% blind while filming.

 

#13 - Mosquitoes are like dirty used needles that can fly.

 

#12 - TIL a person tries to jump off the George Washington Bridge every 3.5 days, and NYPD officers routinely talk people out of it.

 

#11 - TIL that Scientists in 1916 felt America was degenerating into a second rate nationality. They listed the Top 20 threats to USA: #8 America leads all nations in murders #12 Hearty eating without exercise #18 Remarkable cancer mortality increase

 

#10 - Team Rico is blasting off agaiiiiiiiiiiin

 

#9 - Women barred from entering Starbucks in Saudi Arabia

 

#8 - When I left home I asked my dad to send me weekly photos of my cat, this is the most recent.

 

#7 - A Kitten popping a water balloon in slow motion.

 

#6 - Sneaky Paws.

 

#5 - Summary of every Worms game

 

#4 - Bitch you ain't helping.

 

#3 - It was the last time they would say it, and they said it well

 

#2 - Woman assaulted by cop who lost his job found dead in Holloway prison cell

 

#1 - TIL between 2002 and 2012, college textbook prices rose 82% while overall consumer prices rose 28% 

 

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Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Feb 3, 2016

#20 - Wee/a/boo is in love

 

#19 - Netflix to Stream Episodes of Better Call Saul Internationally the Day After They Air

 

#18 - Stop refugees or we'll stop aid, Germany tells Afghans

 

#17 - TIL even though Calculus is often taught starting only at the college level, mathematicians have shown that it can be taught to kids as young as 5, suggesting that it should be taught not just to those who pursue higher education, but rather to literally everyone in society.


#16 - My son, at age 7, school assignment

 

#15 - Shots fired by the local Barber shop.

 

#14 - TIL Leonardo Dicaprio bought an island in Belize 10 years ago and built the world's first eco-restorative resort that "restores" the island's over-fished waters, coastline and forest

 

#13 - Drywalling

 

#12 - Sweet escape

 

#11 - Army and Marine Corps chiefs: It’s time for women to register for the draft

 

#10 - Think positive

 

#9 - Chinchilla holding a balloon

 

#8 - Bernie Sanders wants raw vote count released after tight finish in Iowa caucus

 

#7 - Easy... Easy.... EEEEassssyyyyyyy... perfect.

 

#6 - "Nope, not feeding time. I just need my stuffed pig"

 

#5 - With a 75% effectiveness, Ketamine being hailed as a miracle treatment in severe depression.

 

#4 - What's that thing in the middle of the road?

 

#3 - Caught a meteor while flying the other night!

 

#2 - So close, yet so far away

 

#1 - History of Japan

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Feb 2, 2016

#20 - Lawyer takes on Fine Bros, free of chargeBusiness

 

#19 - Zika virus declared global emergency by WHO

 

#18 - TIL that a children's entertainer named Soupy Sales asked on-air that children send him "those funny little pieces of paper with pictures of presidents on them" from their parents' purses and wallets and was thus suspended from his show for 2 weeks

 

#17 - Every "How it's made" video should be archived in the event of an apocalypse.

 

#16 - I have become science

 

#15 - Every group conversation needs this guy

 

#14 - Headbutt

 

#13 - Impressive juggling

 

#12 - Wave riding

 

#11 - It's my birthday, so Xbox sent me a year in review email. Their definition of "Favorite" is different than mine

 

#10 - Ant Simulator Canceled After Team Spends the Money on Booze and Strippers

 

#9 - Legal US pot sales soar to $5.4B in 2015

 

#8 - I am Don Rawitsch, a co-inventor of the original Oregon Trail computer game. AMA!

 

#7 - Stop pointing

 

#6 - TIL that despite the NFL making more than $9 billion annually, projected to make more than $25 billion a year by 2027, pays its CEO more than $30 million a year, 68% of NFL stadium construction costs since 1923 coming from taxpayer money.

 

#5 - Google passes Apple as most valuable company

 

#4 - Nestlé admits slavery in Thailand while fighting child labour lawsuit in Ivory Coast

 

#3 - Olive oil soap factory in Syria

 

#2 - Canada moving ahead with plans to ditch first-past-the-post electoral system. "FPTP suited for fledgling democracies, mature democracies can do better," says minister in charge of reform.

 

#1 - Uninstalling Facebook app saves up to 20% of Android battery life

 

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Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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