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An international team of experts now warns that excessive use of Smart-phones are forever changing our physiology. There’s noth...

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From Someone whose name might be Steven Avery arrested for public pigeon fancying
"I knew the pigeon fancier was the deceased, that is to say, the accused, when I shook him real good and all this junk just fell out of him...." - see story

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Microsoft to launch new Scorpio 4K Xbox; no plans for any games to be able to use capability during lifecycle

US News 7

Microsoft have this week released plans to produce and release a 4k capable Xbox in 2017, code-named Scorpio. Though the machine is said to be an upgrade of the current generation Xbox One, and thus with an expected lifecycle of approximately 3 to 4 further years, Microsoft offi...

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Heck Yeah, America: Immortality Achievement Unlocked

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An earth-shattering breakthrough in the scientific community is changing the way Americans live. CapitalismTech, the California-based global leader of healthcare technology, discovered the medical key to immortality early last week. Chief of Development and Technology Cronk Trun...

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Out of control dumpster fire takes human form, learns speech, and urges Humanity that despite popular notions, fire is indeed NOT hot.

US News Politics 7

The anthropomorphic garbage fire, calling itself Al, held a press conference in the alleyway behind a New York City Denny's....

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Kissing top cause of UK school nits outbreaks claim boffins

UK News Health 4

Boffins at Laughingstate University yesterday released a report DAMNING UK schools for allowing pupils to share bodily fluids. The act, described by scientists as KISSING, was alleged to have been allowed in up to 97% of schools, and in those schools a WHOPPING 7% of children...

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Craig Wright found to be creator of ancient bartering system

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The BBC, Guardian and NBC have today received definitive proof from Craig Wright that shows him to have been the originator of the first ever barter systems. Though many have suggested that the claims may be somewhat spurious, Wright has provided undeniable digital proofs of...

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Someone whose name might be Steven Avery arrested for public pigeon fancying

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A Wisconsin man has been arrested today on charges of public indecency with regards to "pigeon fancying". The accused, whose name has not been Avery disclosed to the media, is already serving a prison sentence, but this has not prevented local law enforcement from charging him...

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Giant swarm of bees descends on grandmother's car to free queen trapped inside.

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An elderly lady from Wales was amazed to realize a huge swarm of bees had descended onto the boot of her car while she was visiting a natural reserve with her...

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86% of #monday #motivation tweets cause Twitter users to feel bad about themselves

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Scientists and statisticians at Laughingstate University, Colorado, have today revealed findings of a three month study concerning the trending topic of #mondaymotivation stories appearing on Twitter. The 140 character long missives usually contain material promoting the user's...

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