• Pringles Wants You To Use Its Gaming Headset That Feeds You Chips

    Once you pop, you just can’t stop. At least Pringles is hoping you won’t stop, not even while you’re gaming. The famous potato chip brand, owned by Kellogg, just released a chip-dispensing gaming headset that automatically feeds you its patented stackable chips. The headset is appropriately called the “Hunger Hammer”. Its 3D-printed swivel arm is […]
    • by Zax Ma
    • 7 Months ago
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  • President Trump Officially Honors Hero Dog at the White House

    US President Donald Trump caused quite a stir in October when he tweeted out a photoshopped image of himself bestowing a medal upon the hero US military dog who helped kill Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the former leader of ISIS. While that photo isn’t real, the dog certainly is. And now, Trump really has honored the […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 7 Months ago
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  • The Science Behind Baby Yoda’s Success

    Baby Yoda has taken the world by storm. In the short time since The Mandalorian‘s first episode aired on Disney Plus, every human on earth has been exposed to the disarmingly cute alien infant. Even people living in regions where Disney Plus isn’t yet available already know about Baby Yoda, mostly via social media. Baby […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 8 Months ago
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  • Why Are Russian Cult Followers Worshipping Gadget Hackwrench?

    Sometimes some crimes go slipping through the cracks, but bizarre religious movements never do. Like the one in Russia based on the classic Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers cartoon. More specifically, it’s a religion for Gadget Hackwrench – the mechanically handy mouse who invents most of the tools used by the crime-busting chipmunks. To be […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 8 Months ago
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  • FBI Charges Jeffrey Epstein’s Prison Guards with Cover-Up in His Suicide

    The FBI has formally charged the two correctional officers on duty the night Jeffrey Epstein reportedly died by suicide. ABC News broke the story on Tuesday, which alleges that officers Tova Noel, 31, and Michael Thomas, 41, falsified official records to cover up their own failure to monitor accused sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Specifically, the […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 8 Months ago
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  • Photos Reveal a Closer Look at Nintendo’s Upcoming Theme Park

    Nintendo fans, rejoice! Mario and gang are coming to Universal Parks around the world. The first to open will be in Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan. The park is scheduled to launch in Osaka during summer 2020 to coincide with the Olympic Games being held in Tokyo. Twitter user @lcastudios_usj has been posting pictures […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 8 Months ago
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  • Man drowns after underwater marriage proposal

    In a heartbreaking tragedy, an American man has reportedly drowned during an underwater marriage proposal. His girlfriend, Kenesha Antoine, broke the devastating news about her drowned lover, Steven Weber Jr., in a social media post. The Louisiana couple had been vacationing at the high-scale Manta Resort Resort on Pemba Island in Tanzania. In a statement […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 10 Months ago
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  • Sorry Kim Jong Un, President Trump has a New Favorite Dictator and You Won’t Believe Who It Is

    President Trump is notorious for his ornery personality. Some playful remarks made by Trump at this year’s G7 have recently surfaced and are raising eyebrows. According to The Wall Street Journal, a group of 10 US and three Egyptian officials overheard the president asking “Where’s my favorite dictator?” as they sat waiting for Egyptian President […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 10 Months ago
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  • China Softens Approach: US Soybeans and Pork Now Exempt from Tariffs

    President Trump temporarily halted additional tariffs on China this week, and now China is seemingly returning the favor by lifting punitive tariffs on US soybeans and pork. Xinhua News Agency reported the Middle Kingdom would not only suspend tariffs on soybeans and pork, but on an additional 16 categories of American products as well. The […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 10 Months ago
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  • Simulation Theory and Intelligent Design: Are Creationists Owed an Apology?

    Controversy swirled around the state of Kansas back in 2005 when its State Board of Education decided to allow Intelligent Design to be taught as a possible theory for the origin of life in the universe along with evolution. The theory posited that the current understanding of how life is formed suggests that it is […]
    • by Nancy Chen
    • 10 Months ago
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