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Apr 27, 2016

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#10 - TIL a US nuclear submarine that sank in deep water in 1968 is still resting at the bottom of the sea at a known location. Its nuclear reactor and nuclear weapons have never been recovered.

 

#9 - Neil Patrick Harris

 

#8 - Hillsborough disaster: Police errors led to deaths

Picture for the Daring

 

#7 - Clinton's Internet Supporters, Allegedly Using Pornography, Shut Down Bernie Sanders' Largest Facebook Groups in Coordinated Attack

 

#6 - The driverless truck is coming, and it’s going to automate millions of jobs

 

#5 - 11 year old injured after bus driver asks him to move downed power line from the road.

 

#4 - TIL Billionaire Daniel Keith Ludwig Had Frozen His Genetic Material, Believing His Estranged Ex-Wife's Daughter Might Challenge his Will. 40 Years Later, and after his Death, She Sued The Estate And Lost, Because DNA Analysis Proved He Wasn't Her Father.

 

#3 - Lawyers for David Miscavige are mounting an eleventh-hour attempt at preventing the publication of a new tell-all about the Church of Scientology leader. The author is Miscavige's own father, Ron Miscavige.

 

#2 - Mitsubishi: We've been cheating on fuel tests for 25 years

 

#1 - England's Doctors Walk Out of Emergency Wards in First Ever All-Out Strike

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 26, 2016

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#10
- 9-year-old boy sells lemonade to pay for his own adoption

 

#9 - After Netflix crackdown on border-hopping, Canadians ready to return to piracy

 

#8 - 'Saturday Night Live' Will Cut Ads by 30% Next Season

 

#7 - TTIP: UK Government did just one assessment of trade deal and found it had 'lots of risks and no benefit'

 

#6 - TIL Jimmy Carter said if he became president, he would release all government UFO information to the public. Once elected, he decided not to due to "national security concerns."

 

#5 - Russia Arrests Scientologist for Stealing $2 Million and Giving to Church

 

#4 - TIL that Axe advertising was targeted to work on insecure males. The ads were so succesful that the brand eventually backpedaled, as the brand was being too closely associated with their target group.

 

#3 - Parents Who Forced Emaciated 6-Year-Old Boy to Live On Hot Dog Smoothies Sentenced to 20 Years

 

#2 - TIL the September 11 terror attacks on the WTC released a dust cloud of toxic asbestos fibers across Manhattan. An estimated 410,000 people have been exposed. It is believed lung cancer and mesothelioma cases in the city will reach a peak in the year 2041

 

#1 - Broadband data caps are having their intended effect: punishing cord-cutters

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 22, 2016

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#10 - Adults from Reddit: What do you regret most from your teenage years?

 

#9 - An engine for Mars: Aerojet wins $67M NASA contract for solar electric propulsion

 

#8 - TIL the opposite of deja vu is 'jamais vu'. This happens when you experience something you recognise but feel extremely unfamiliar with. It can also happen when seeing a person you know or reading a word you've seen many times before

 

#7 - The quality of driving in a country correlates with the quality of government. A country driving like maniacs suggests it has a bad government.

 

#6 - Prince has passed away at his Paisley Park recording studio Thursday morning

 

#5 - TIL that in 1976, a Soviet pilot defected to Japan in his advanced MiG-25 fighter, which Russia demanded be returned. Japan complied, but only after allowing American engineers to examine the aircraft. Japan then shipped it back piece by piece, and billed Russia $40,000 in transport and labor costs.

 

#4 - TIL that Doom was so popular in 1995 that it was installed on more PCs than Windows 95. Bill Gates briefly considered buying ID software, but settled for getting a team at Microsoft to port the game to Win95. The team was led by Gabe Newell.

 

#3 - In a First, Judge Throws Out Evidence Obtained from FBI Malware

 

#2 - An injection of a protein called IL-33 reverses Alzheimer's-like symptoms and cognitive decline in mice, restoring their memory and cognitive function to the same levels as healthy mice in the space of one week.

 

#1 - The Netherlands to decriminalize insulting heads of state

 

 

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"Music"

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Apr 20, 2016

#10 - Are we this damn lazy nowadays?

 

#9 - Marina Lonina: Ohio teen claims she livestreamed 10-minute rape for "evidence"

 

#8 - Runescape

 

#7 - Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield (aka Ben & Jerry) arrested in Washington

 

#6 - There should be a take your parent to work day so that they can see what their kid has grown up to be.

 

#5 - Solar is now cheaper than coal, says India energy minister | India is on track to soar past a goal to deploy more than 100 gigawatts of solar power by 2022

 

#4 - British govt poo-poos winning 'Boaty McBoatface' name for ship - After Internet users overwhelmingly voted to christen Britain's new $300 million research ship "Boaty McBoatface" in an online naming poll, a govt official suggests the name won't be used.

 

#3 - We are the investigative journalists who worked on the Panama Papers AMA!

 

#2 - New York City primary voters outraged by broken machines, closed polling places

 

#1 - TIL the USSR had a televised song contest. Since few people had phones, viewers would turn their house lights ON if they liked a certain song (OFF if they didn’t). The state energy co. recorded the size of each power spike & reported the results to the station to determine points for each contestant


Rita Repulsa

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 19, 2016

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#20 - Doris Roberts Dies at 90: Appeared in Christmas Vacation Among Other Films; Everybody Loves Raymond

 

#19 - TIL in 1992, a team of game developers used a white puffball as a placeholder graphic while they designed their game’s protagonist. They grew fond of the puffball, and decided to keep him rather than replace him with a real character. He became the iconic character Kirby.

 

#18 - What if a human bite turns zombies back to normal but no one in the apocalypse has ever tried it.

 

#17 - I saw my dwarf neighbor at a bus stop

 

#16 - One day someone will use "I thought I was still in VR" as a criminal defense

 

#15 - Reddit, what is the best one liner joke you've ever heard?

 

#14 - U.S Senate Votes To Give Veterans Access To Medical Marijuana

 

#13 - Netflix Has Twice as Many U.S. Subscribers as Comcast

 

#12 - TIL in 1981, a pediatrician saved the life of a 3.2-pound premature baby boy by working around the clock to beat the odds & stabilize him. In 2011, the pediatrician was pinned inside a burning vehicle after a car collision, but was saved by the premature baby, who had grown up to become a paramedic.

 

#11 - Dalai Lama on Twitter: "The time has come for us to consider seriously how to change our way of life not through prayer or religious teaching, but through education"

 

#10 - Sanders campaign accuses DNC and Clinton campaign of breaking campaign finance law

 

#9 - "Blackmail": Obama under pressure to declassify secret 9/11 report

 

#8 - If you ever wondered how they install those huge power line towers

 

#7 - Ethiopia attack: 200 people dead, 100 children missing

 

#6 - Captain America: Civil War

 

#5 - New Yorkers File Emergency Lawsuit To Give Voting Rights Back To 3.2 Million People

 

#4 - WiFi capacity doubled at less than half the size. Engineers develop the first on-chip RF circulator that doubles WiFi speeds with a single antenna. This is the first time researchers have integrated a non-reciprocal circulator and a full-duplex radio on a nanoscale silicon chip

 

#3 - Gamestop

 

#2 - #RiceGum1Mil

 

#1 - IRS Urges Americans: Come Clean Now, Before We Read Panama Papers

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 14, 2016

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#20 - TIL Sir Anthony Hopkins is renowned for his ability to memorize lines. He did the 7 page Amistad courtroom speech in one take and usually has his co-actors practice with stand in's then comes and does it in one take when they are fully ready.

 

#19 - TIL the average Wal-Mart shopper is a white, 50-year-old female with an annual household income of $53,125

 

#18 - TIL a 12 year old French boy faked his own kidnapping, going so far as to lie to police, saying he was taken by a cheek-scarred villain, all so that he wouldn't have to go to the dentist.

#17 - Police have raided the offices of the law firm at the centre of the leaking of the “Panama papers”

 

#16 - There should be a Tinder for friends. I don't care about getting laid, but I'd really like a friend to play board games or go hiking with.

 

#15 - Shoe Company New Balance Says US Gov't Basically Offered It a Bribe to Support TPP

 

#14 - Dem Senator Breaks From The Pack To Endorse Bernie Sanders

 

#13 - Piracy Fails to Prevent Another Box Office Record

 

#12 - Monday’s demonstration was one of the largest acts of civil disobedience to occur inside Washington—and it barely got any attention from the mainstream press.

 

#11 - In a world first, a quadriplegic man can once again move his fingers after a chip was implanted in his brain.

 

#10 - Clinton's dismal approval ratings prompt Dem fears

 

#9 - Bill Would Require Airlines To Let Parents, Kids Sit Together At No Extra Charge

 

#8 - Researchers unearthed more evidence that replacing butter with vegetable oils does not decrease risk of heart disease.

 

#7 - Sanders just stopped his motorcade in Brooklyn and he is walking to join picket line of Verizon Workers! MSNBC is broadcasting live!!!

 

#6 - New York’s transit workers union endorses Bernie Sanders

 

#5 - TIL when Einstein was told of the publication of a book entitled, '100 Authors Against Einstein', he replied: "Why one hundred? If I were wrong, one would have been enough."

 

#4 - Military veteran frustrated he has to annually fill out form to say his legs are still missing

 

#3 - Chris Evans & Matt LeBlanc

 

#2 - #Empire , eff that, Staples Center

 

#1 - Saudi Arabia strips religious police of arresting power

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 13, 2016

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#20 - Homeless man who serenades Metro riders says violin was stolen so the city gives him a new one.

 

#19 - Led Zeppelin founders Robert Plant and Jimmy Page must face trial in a copyright row over the song Stairway to Heaven

 

#18 - If Stanley Kubrick DID direct the moon landing, he would probably be so perfectionist he had them film on location anyway.

 

#17 - Dave Cameron has been fired

 

#16 - Bernie’s entire net worth, accumulated over his 74 years of life, is less than half of what Hillary Clinton made just in her speeches to Goldman Sachs. In 2013, Bernie’s net worth was estimated to be $330,000 — making him among the least wealthy U.S. Senators in the country

 

#15 - Did anyone else appreciate this?

 

#14 - First Interstellar Probe Mission Announced: Breakthrough Starshot Will Accelerate Tiny Probes to Alpha Centauri 20 Years After Launch

 

#13 - TIL approximately 62% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts and 21% don’t even have a savings account

 

#12 - Warner Bros. confirms it: Ben Affleck is directing a standalone 'Batman' film

 

#11 - Some of the nation’s leading defense companies are declaring war on an obscure Pentagon official named Shay Assad who has helped cut more than $500 million from military contracts with his aggressive scrutiny of their costs.

 

#10 - TIL: Judy Garland was put on a diet while filming The Wizard of Oz. That diet, consisted of chicken soup, coffee, and ... 80 cigarettes a day. She was 16 years old.

 

#9 - TIL dogs feel most vulnerable when pooping so they look to their owners for protection, which often results in awkward staring.

 

#8 - Adult Swim is live streaming footage of a fax machine that will receive signatures from people around the world petitioning for a comeback of METALOCALYPSE. They then promptly fall into a recycle bin.

 

#7 - Victoria has become the first state in Australia to legalise the use of medicinal cannabis

 

#6 - TIL South Korea, despite having completed the transistion to digital broadcast (ATSC) in 2012, still maintains analogue broadcast near its borders for North Koreans watching South Korean TV in secret.

 

#5 - Air France's gay stewards refuse to go to Iran, where homosexuality is punishable by death

 

#4 - As ISPs Push Harder On Usage Caps, House Pushes Bill Preventing The FCC From Doing Anything About It

 

#3 - Panic Attack

 

#2 - #DoctorStrange

 

#1 - Goldman Sachs Finally Admits it Defrauded Investors During the Financial Crisis

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 12, 2016

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#20 - Scientists develop metal foam that obliterates bullets into dust.

 

#19 - The Rich Live Longer Everywhere. For the Poor, Geography Matters. - The New York Times

 

#18 - China Says 80% of Tested Wells Had Water Too Polluted to DrinkOnly

 

#17 - This Delaware Address Is Home to 200,000 Shell Companies—Including Hillary Clinton’s

 

#16 - Bryan Adams cancels Mississippi show over LGBT "Religious Liberty" bill

 

#15 - Porn Giant XHamster Is Shutting Off Access For North Carolina Because Of Anti-LGBT Law

 

#14 - What if all the Ancient Greek sculptures are actually victims of Medusa?

 

#13 - Police constable shows judge "how grenade works" inside courtroom, three injured

 

#12 - The actors and actresses who most consistently appear in terrible movies

 

#11 - What's a decent smartphone game that's not trying to get you to buy extra credits or other things?

 

#10 - Fifty four large investors managing 1 trillion pounds ($1.41 trillion) in assets have launched a campaign to curb the use of antibiotics in the meat and poultry.

 

#9 - Scientists have for the first time scanned the brains of people using LSD and found how brain in a psychedelic drug state mimics mind of a baby: free and unconstrained.

 

#8 - Clinton Campaign Accuses Sanders of Trying to Win Nomination - The New Yorker

 

#7 - So, how many of you have uninstalled the official reddit app?

 

#6 - Michigan governor Rick Snyder faces recall petition amid Flint water crisis

 

#5 - A man has been arrested for trying to assassinate the chief forensic expert in MH17 probe

 

#4 - TIL that red light cameras are linked to more accidents at intersections because people stop abruptly to avoid the ticket which causes more rear-end collisions

 

#3 - PUNCH OUT!!

Facebook!

 

#2 - Josh Gordon

Trending on Twitter

 

#1 - Windows XP is still the third most popular OS 2 years after end-of-life and 15 1/2 years after it was introduced.

 

Outro

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 7, 2016

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#20 - Poll: Sanders holds slim lead over Clinton nationally

 

#19 - TIL French preschools serve four-course lunches (including a cheese course) to educate them in taste and stimulate their senses

 

#18 - Can we all agree this patriot looks cool AF in his uniform?

 

#17 - A record 43% of Icelanders would now vote for the Pirate Party

#16 - Samsung patents smart contact lenses with a built-in camera

 

#15 - Baker lost something...wonder he noticed or not...

 

#14 - New York, Vermont ban official travel to Mississippi over LGBT law

 

#13 - NY Election Boards Inundated With Calls From Voters "Pissed Off" About Registration Issues

 

#12 - Adult colouring book craze prompts global pencil shortage

 

#11 - Sam Rockwell: Alan Rickman's death undid plans for Galaxy Quest 2

 

#10 - Rebecca Bradley, who likened abortion to the Holocaust and says gays are degenerates who deserve AIDS, elected to Wisconsin supreme court for 10 years

 

#9 - Biggest leek in World History, how is Reddit not talking about this?



#8 - Why the Panama Papers should be a US election issue: Whether US politicians are named or not, the kind of arrangements that allow the global super-rich to hide their wealth only exist with our leaders’ consent

 

#7 - A 15-year study involving more than 3,000 adults found full-fat dairy can reduce your risk of developing diabetes by 46 per cent on average.

 

#6 - Tigers declared extinct in Cambodia

 

#5 - The DEA Will Soon Decide Whether it Will Reschedule Marijuana.

 

#4 - 71% Want The Dark Net Shut Down, Showing Most Have No Idea What The Dark Net Is

 

#3 - Playstation 4 on PC

Trending on Facebook as of 9 Hours ago

 

#2 - #Empire - Fuck that - #Padres

Yo Twitter - Whatcha got poppin?

 

#1 - Panama Papers reveal London as centre of 'spider's web'

 

Outro

 

RICK MOTHERFUCKING ASTLEY

Released TODAY

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Apr 7, 2016

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#20 - Poll: Sanders holds slim lead over Clinton nationally

 

#19 - TIL French preschools serve four-course lunches (including a cheese course) to educate them in taste and stimulate their senses

 

#18 - Can we all agree this patriot looks cool AF in his uniform?

 

#17 - A record 43% of Icelanders would now vote for the Pirate Party

#16 - Samsung patents smart contact lenses with a built-in camera

 

#15 - Baker lost something...wonder he noticed or not...

 

#14 - New York, Vermont ban official travel to Mississippi over LGBT law

 

#13 - NY Election Boards Inundated With Calls From Voters "Pissed Off" About Registration Issues

 

#12 - Adult colouring book craze prompts global pencil shortage

 

#11 - Sam Rockwell: Alan Rickman's death undid plans for Galaxy Quest 2

 

#10 - Rebecca Bradley, who likened abortion to the Holocaust and says gays are degenerates who deserve AIDS, elected to Wisconsin supreme court for 10 years

 

#9 - Biggest leek in World History, how is Reddit not talking about this?



#8 - Why the Panama Papers should be a US election issue: Whether US politicians are named or not, the kind of arrangements that allow the global super-rich to hide their wealth only exist with our leaders’ consent

 

#7 - A 15-year study involving more than 3,000 adults found full-fat dairy can reduce your risk of developing diabetes by 46 per cent on average.

 

#6 - Tigers declared extinct in Cambodia

 

#5 - The DEA Will Soon Decide Whether it Will Reschedule Marijuana.

 

#4 - 71% Want The Dark Net Shut Down, Showing Most Have No Idea What The Dark Net Is

 

#3 - Playstation 4 on PC

Trending on Facebook as of 9 Hours ago

 

#2 - #Empire - Fuck that - #Padres

Yo Twitter - Whatcha got poppin?

 

#1 - Panama Papers reveal London as centre of 'spider's web'

 

Outro

 

RICK MOTHERFUCKING ASTLEY

Released TODAY

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 6, 2016

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#20 - Whatsapp just implemented end-to-end encryption.

 

#19 - You now get paid to do the OPPOSITE of your current job. What do you do now??

 

#18 - AT&T Tries To Claim That Charging Users More For Privacy Is A 'Discount'

 

#17 - It's pretty rare to use an entire pen without losing it first. On the other hand, It's pretty common to find a pen already out of ink, so it's a paradox in a way.



#16 - PayPal Punishes North Carolina For Anti-LGBT Law By Abandoning 400-Job Expansion

 

#15 - The skeleton isn't inside you, you're the brain so you're inside the skeleton

 

#14 - As the poor die earlier, Social Security isn't paying off - low income Americans are projected to die as many as 13 years earlier than their wealthier cohort, while a century ago the rich and poor had relatively identical lifespan.

 

#13 - Cold world out there

 

#12 - TIL Aerosmith earned more money from Guitar Hero than from any of their albums.

 

#11 - One very passive aggressive app

 

#10 - Hillary pushed the Panama trade deal while Bernie was one of only 22 senators to vote against it. Can we work together to make this an issue in the days between Wisconsin and the New York debate?

 

#9 - To the people who design websites for restaurants

 

#8 - TIL of the saying "Thank God for Mississippi." Used by residents of states who do poorly in rankings comparing US States, because Mississippi is almost always doing worse than they are.

 

#7 - This is my chance.

 

#6 - Clinton campaign chief linked to Russian bank listed in Panama Papers

 

#5 - My yard sign has finally arrived!Election 2016

 

#4 - China announces sanctions on North KoreaNorth Korea

 

#3 - God of War

Trending on Facebook as of 8 hours ago

 

#2 - #WisconsonPrimary

Trending on Twitter

 

#1 - The Prime Minister of Iceland has resigned

 

 

TRACER

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 5, 2016

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#20 - Half of Scotland's energy consumption came from renewables last year | 57.7% of Scottish electricity consumption came from renewables in 2015 - 7.7% ahead of the 50% target.

 

#19 - TIL Saddam Hussein loved Doritos and could eat a family sized bag in 10 minutes.

 

#18 - Man escapes death after crawling from car dangling on cliff edge, only to be hit by a passing bus

 

#17 - Adulting

 

#16 - Voldemort was 71 when he died and the average life span in the the UK is 80 years, so had Voldemort not searched for eternal life he probably would have actually lived longer.

 

#15 - Best way to enjoy your morning commute

 

#14 - Law makes clear DOJ should prosecute Clinton for mishandling 'national defense information,' classified or not.

 

#13 - Obama's Endorsement Of Debbie Wasserman Schultz Brings In Serious Money... For Her Challenger

 

#12 - Bernie Sanders: Marijuana use should not be a federal crime

 

#11 - TIL A North Carolina man owns the only known recording of Super Bowl I, as CBS and NBC didn't save it. The NFL countered his $1 million offer for the taping with $30,000, then later refused to buy it at all, yet warned him he'll face legal action if he sells it to anyone else.

 

#10 - TIL there is a stadium in Brazil in which the midfield line supposedly lies exactly on the Equator, making each team defend one hemisphere.

 

#9 - Tickets to the 2016 Olympics aren't selling, and Brazil is scrambling to boost demand

 

#8 - Anamorphic image of Jules Verne

 

#7 - A mother and her children

 

#6 - A Google engineer spent months reviewing bad USB cables on Amazon until he forced the site to ban them

 

#5 - #NationalChampionship

Trending on Twitter

 

#4 - Iceland PM: “I will not resign”

Pretty much all of Iceland demanding PM's resignation

 

#3 - Best thing about the Panama Papers scandal so far is that its name doesn't end in "gate".

 

#2 - Panama Papers: Obama, Clinton Pushed Trade Deal Amid Warnings It Would Make Money Laundering, Tax Evasion Worse

 

#1 - China censors Panama Papers online discussion

/u/DanGliesack gives a nearly perfect ELI5 of the Panama Papers leak.

 

 

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"Music"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Apr 1, 2016

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#20 - Fans angry over blizzard for removing Tracer Butt Pose are making Petitions asking Blizzard to remove guns from OverWatch

 

#19 - It has begun: The FBI will unlock other iPhones in criminal investigations

 

#18 - TIL HBO, Showtime and FX all turned down Breaking Bad.

 

#17 - BB-8 cosplay

 

#16 - 6 months learning to draw, Digital and Traditional



#15 - Man reported to police for ‘revenge fart’ after woman refused to have sex

 

#14 - Norway's integration minister: We can't be like Sweden - A tight immigration policy and tougher requirements for those who come to Norway are important tools for avoiding radicalisation and parallel societies, Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug said on Wednesday.

 

#13 - One of Cleveland's finest eateries is almost completely staffed by ex-offenders. They are provided 40 to 50 hours a week in free training. More than 90% of the graduates are now employed and none have gone back to prison.

 

#12 - OH NO

 

#11 - Bill Clinton says he would give Bernie Sanders his superdelegate vote if the Vermont senator takes the lead

 

#10 - Kylo Ren meets tiny Rey

 

#9 - AT&T's Caps Are a Giant Con and an Attack on Cord CuttersBusiness

 

#8 - TIL there is a territory in Costa Rica called Territorio De Zaguates (Land of the Strays) which is basically a huge no kill dog shelter where you can hike for free with the dogs

 

#7 - LA proposes taxing pot to fund housing for homeless

 

#6 - New Colorado bill would reduce the penalty for an underage teen who sexts, from a form of child pornography to making it a class two misdemeanor for electronically "distributing, displaying... publishing... or possessing, a sexually explicit image of himself or herself or of another juvenile.

 

#5 - My girlfriend put a bird feeder on our deck. This bastard ate himself to sleep.

 

#4 - The FBI, US Department of Justice and anti-corruption police in Britain and Australia have launched a joint investigation into revelations of a massive global bribery racket in the oil industry.

 

#3 - EVE Online

Trending on Facebook

 

#2 - #AprilFools

Trending on Twitter

 

#1 - ‘Ryan’s Law’ proposed to allow you to cancel Comcast online with one click

 

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