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BlaBla Meter - Bullshit detection tool
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Dad was in the process of a sex change when he was murdered. Years later, I still struggle to understand why
Canadian investigators say 29-year-old Luka Magnotta was recognized by an employee at an internet cafe where he had spent two hours reading media coverage of himself
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The were conflicts in the of in Scotland in the 1980s between rival operators, over lucrative territory. The conflicts involved daily violence and intimidation, and led to the deaths by of several members of the family of one ice cream van drive...
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Previously we shared some amazing paper art and to follow the tradition here we have selected some more. Peter Callesen the great artist shaped the paper
Do you just login to YouTube to search for and watch your favorite videos? Or maybe upload a new video and share it with your friends? YouTube can do more than
Would you believe that while standing in line to pay for your groceries, you are but an arm's length away from a potent neurochemical catalyst that costs less than a single pill of any antidepressant? Yes, gum -- wonderful, flavorful, get-your-jaws-m...
I understand the siren call of the contrarian position, the irrepressible desire to say the thing other people are too decent or cautious or conventional or polite to say, and yet I wonder if the right time to say that thing about someone is hours af...
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In the July/August 2001 issue of the late, great magazine Lingua Franca, James Ryerson published an enthralling article about an anonymous benefactor who was paying professors huge sums of money to review a strange 60-page philosophical manuscript. S...
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is a 1998 book by . Robert Greene takes elements of some of the world's most influential political thinkers to come up with the 48 Laws of Power, from to , he captures their most important points of power.
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This revolting thing is a cocktail called an "Alien Brain Hemorrhage": "To make an alien brain hemorrhage cocktail, fill a shot glass halfway with peach schnapps. Gently pour Bailey's Irish Cream on top. After the shot is almost full, carefully add a...
"Blossoming Tree" - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper - 9" x 12"
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Hawaii's strange evolutionary twist on caterpillars.
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Random security guard gets revenge for all the times the banana has picked on security. Very Funny
TIME's Lev Grossman selects the decade's finest literature, from a book about dueling magicians to one about dueling family members.
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Among the many interesting things in Online Journalism Review's article about using eyetracking to increase the effectiveness of n
Squirtle and Myrtle are two baby side-necked turtles living on a strawberry farm in Southeast Queensland, Australia, which is obviously the BEST POSSIBLE PLACE for baby turtles to live. Boy oh boy,...
Monarchs have been unsually early and abundant this spring. Is the population rebounding?
With eyes closed and deep breaths, students are learning a new method to reduce anxiety, conflict, and attention disorders. But don't call it meditation.
Eerie phenomenon may be a blessing in disguise, as the hungry spiders have significantly reduced the mosquito population.
We spend a lot of time here at Cracked pointing out horrors of nature that slither on the land and lurch through the sea. But staying under the radar in nature's landscape of nightmares is the twisted carnival of things that grow out of the ground.
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The thermochromic urinal is making quite a stir in the web news world. No one really knows who created and designed this innovative and bizarre waste disposal system. The wall in the picture clearly demonstrates how this unusual system works. The....
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Robert Jaso's photography is great, but he also has one of the greatest websites...
Italian artist Nicoletta Ceccoli uses pastel colors to tell us a story of a melancholy world. Some common themes in her surreal works include loneliness, fear…
An anagram, as you all know, is a word of phrase made by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. The following are exceptionally clever. Someone out there either has way too much time to waste or is deadly at Scrabble.
A shipping container filled with rubber duckies was lost at sea in 1992, and the bath toys are still washing ashore today.
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The fungus was found living in carpenter ants in Thailand's rainforest, controlling their nervous system so they became a vessel with one purpose, to help the fungus reproduce.
This was written by an anonymous someone at Something Awful and was reproduced a few months ago on Reddit. Here's the whole wonder
Inspired by a recent trip to Kyoto, Japan, San Francisco based painter Ferris Plock decided to cleverly mashup samurais and skateboarders in his new series, R…
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B-Rhymes is a dictionary for finding near rhymes -- words that almost, but don't quite rhyme -- which are also known as 'false rhymes' or 'off rhymes'. If close enough is ok with you, then you'll love B-Rhymes.
Here is a collection of wonderfully weird illustrations by Gōjin Ishihara, whose work graced the pages of numerous kids' books in the 1970s. The first 16 images below appeared in the "Illustrated Book of Japanese Monsters" (1972), which profiled supe...
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