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  • Adorable Rescued Kangaroo Comes Back Years Later to Visit
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    Adorable Rescued Kangaroo Comes Back Years Later to Visit

    The Whisker Woods Sanctuary in the Australian Capital Territory recently posted a photo to Facebook, about how one of their people rescued a kangaroo years ago, only to have the marsupial return for a friendly visit years later. The poster on the page said they released “this boy” several years ago, and he’s finally come… More

  • 64 Yr Old’s Life Savings Confiscated from Flight Carry-on by Customs
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    64 Yr Old’s Life Savings Confiscated from Flight Carry-on by Customs

    In October of last year, a 64 year old man residing in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio was stripped of his life savings when he was robbed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the airport. Now he is suing Customs for confiscating his hard earned $58,000 in savings, taken without him being charged with… More

  • Look Out Mark Zuckerberg — Hillary Clinton Wants to Be CEO of Facebook
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    Look Out Mark Zuckerberg — Hillary Clinton Wants to Be CEO of Facebook

    Moments prior to accepting Harvard University’s prestigious Radcliffe Award on Friday, Hillary Clinton had an on-stage heart-to-heart with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. During their chat, Healey asked Clinton, “if you could be a CEO of any company right now, what would you choose and why?” Without a moment’s hesitation, Clinton responded “Facebook” with a… More

  • Opioids are Being Found in these Sea Creatures
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    Opioids are Being Found in these Sea Creatures

    The opioid epidemic is openly being reported in the media as a sort of plague that characterizes the decade we’re currently living in, and it’s a fair assessment. The media isn’t hesitant to cover it anymore because for one, it’s undeniable that it’s happening, and two, the opioid epidemic gives authorities, pharmaceutical corporations and others… More

  • “Highly Secure”? Security Guards at US Nuclear Weapons Base Used LSD
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    “Highly Secure”? Security Guards at US Nuclear Weapons Base Used LSD

    There are a lot of safe and responsible places people have found over the years to ingest hallucinogens in order to experience their pleasures and explore the challenges their potent properties can present, but it’s a judgement statement to declare that a U.S. military base which houses some of the world’s most powerful atomic weapons… More

  • NASA to Create Coldest Spot in the Universe by Launching a Box of Lasers
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    NASA to Create Coldest Spot in the Universe by Launching a Box of Lasers

    On Monday, scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab launched an experiment toward the International Space Station, the massive floating space station orbiting our planet. Inside an experiment to take place aboard the space station the temperature will reportedly reach 10 billion times colder than the vacuum of space itself. It is called the Cold Atom… More

  • Syrian President Says US Presidents Don’t Control Foreign Policy – The Deep State Does
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    Syrian President Says US Presidents Don’t Control Foreign Policy – The Deep State Does

    In a recent interview with the Greek newspaper Kathimerini, Syrian President Bashar Assad said that it would be pointless to speak with Donald Trump about the current tensions between his country and the US because the foreign policy is not controlled by the president, but “the deep state,” and that “the president is only one performer… More

  • World’s Largest 3D Printer is now Able to Print Giant Metal Objects
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    World’s Largest 3D Printer is now Able to Print Giant Metal Objects

    Melbourne, Australia is now the city that contains the world’s largest known 3D printer. Melbourne based manufacturer Titomic recently displayed their accomplishment by printing a large metal rendering of their corporate logo. Among the objects listed as capable of being printed by the Australian 3D printer, the CEO of Titomic Jeff Lang reports that it… More

  • NASA Wants to Spend $3B Drilling into Yellowstone Volcano, Risking Eruption
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    NASA Wants to Spend $3B Drilling into Yellowstone Volcano, Risking Eruption

    Last August, it was reported by the BBC that NASA believes the “most viable solution” to the possibility of the Yellowstone supervolcano having a catastrophic, potentially nuclear winter-inducing eruption would be to drill several miles down into the volcano’s magma pool to pump down water at a high pressure: up to 10 kilometers. Unfortunately, that… More

  • These Cops Became Juggalos to Protect the people of Nebraska
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    These Cops Became Juggalos to Protect the people of Nebraska

    Last week, a chock-full-of-cringe scene appeared on the Facebook page of the Lincoln, Nebraska Police Department when they revealed an undercover operation they masterminded. Cops put on clown makeup and attended the May 10th Insane Clown Posse concert in Lincoln, only to bust people and hand out tickets. According to their information however, they didn’t… More

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