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Surprise! Military Grade Weapons at Gun Buyback

“Two rocket launchers turned into the Los Angeles Police Department as part of the city’s gun buyback event this week and displayed by the police chief and mayor did not have the capacity to fire. But the department will examine the origins of the weapons with the military, police said …

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OMGWTFLOL The Funniest YouTube Comments of 2012

Some of the best showcases of creativity on YouTube isn’t in the videos. It’s in the comments Song Credits: Kate Upton Video: http://soundcloud.com/kozlof/fun Angry Cat Video: http://soundcloud.com/carlostalegonperez/bach-cello-suite-ii-prelude-1 LINKS TO ORIGINAL VIDS: Kid Can’t Say Banana http://youtu.be/NtWacGVBdD8 World record ! Surfing a 90 ft wave in Nazare, Portugal (HD) http://youtu.be/0X7d9hMVJWQ Kitten …

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The Vergecast 059 – December 28th, 2012

This is the end, my only friend, the end. But not the end of the world — not even the end of our daily print publication, 90 Pages on The Verge on College-Ruled Notebook Paper (with a readership of approximately three mothers to staff writers). It’s just the end of …

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Beaver Genius | National Geographic

In the Rocky Mountains, beavers build ponds, passageways and warm winter homes. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world’s premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past …

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Fired For Being Too Hot

“The all-male Iowa Supreme Court ruled 7-0 on Friday that a dentist was totally within his legal rights when he fired his female assistant because he and his wife all held hands and decided that the woman was a threat to their marriage. In other words, a female employee in …

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Creepy: Ancient Conehead Skulls Found in Mexico

Maybe The Coneheads was a documentary? An archaeological discovery of 13 “conehead”-shaped skulls in Mexico has people recalling the famed Saturday Night Live sketch. The bones, which are about 1,000 years old, dating from 945 A.D. to 1308 A.D., were discovered accidentally during a dig for an irrigation system in …

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Racist? Serena Williams Responds to Impression

“Lying low in the offseason doesn’t keep Serena Williams from making news. Earlier this month, Williams was inadvertently drawn into a controversy when former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark imitated her at an exhibition in Brazil. Wozniacki made fun of Williams’ ample build by stuffing towels into her top …

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