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bizarre
Aaron Schlechter wants to raise $1.2 billion on Kickstarter to buy Kickstarter - A man is hoping to raise $1,200,000,000 (£800,500,000) on Kickstarter. To buy Kickstarter
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Nature
Two huge magma chambers spied beneath Yellowstone National Park | Science/AAAS | News - Underneath the bubbling geysers and hot springs of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming sits a volcanic hot spot that has driven some of the largest eruptions on Earth. Geoscientists have now completely imaged the subterranean plumbing system and have found not just one, but two magma chambers underneath the giant volcano.
From Nony
Hero
San Antonio, Texas, Chef Fights City Fine to Feed the Homeless - Joan Cheever has been serving free food to the homeless of San Antonio, Texas, every Tuesday for the past six years. She prepares the food in The Chowtrain, her commercially licensed food truck, transfers it to catering equipment approved by the health department and drives it in her personal truck, for space reasons, to four locations in the city. Over the years, she has encountered several police officers, who have been friendly and grown used to seeing Cheever on her route as she offers them a meal if they’d like. Until April 7, that is.
From Popper
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rides
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work
France-METALLURGIE - Un site qui a pour vocation de promouvoir l’industrie de la métallurgie Française

Not to worry, site is in English
From Nony
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History
The First Apple Homepage - Last week I happened across a blog post showing the history of Apple.com over the past 17 years, complete with screenshots culled from the very earliest days of the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. It’s a serious trip down memory lane, but it didn’t go back far enough. This is the earliest mirror of Apple.com, captured shortly after the Wayback Machine went live:
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pics
Bologna : Emil Otto Hoppé: Unveiling a Secret, Industrial photographs, 1912-1937 - The Eye of Photography - The exhibit Emil Otto Hoppé: Unveiling a Secret - Industrial photographs, 1912-1937, is on at Mast Photogallery in Bologna, with 190 unseen images on industry and labour, taken between 1912 and 1937 in various countries: USA as well as India, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand, among them. It’s a tribute to one of the most important photographers (the London National Portrait Gallery dedicated a solo exhibition in 2011), who nonetheless remained quite unknown until recently.
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History
The Wolf's Lair - lots of pics/clips of hitler for those interested
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pics
We are Russians and God with us - We are blessed and depressed
From Nony
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pets
bizarre
FLASHBACK 1977: Earth Day Co-Founder Composts Dead Girlfriend - In support of the ideology of reducing the earth's population.
From Roddy
useful
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Butt Covers For Your Cat and Dog Can Reduce Pet Homosexuality by 43% %u2022 ChristWire - If you have a cat or dog, you know that the animals have a sickening fascination with exposing their backsides. Dogs love to do yoga poses at the most inopportune moments, usually sauntering into a room full of dinner guests to do their best ‘revealing mantis’ stretch to make sure everyone sees from where their poop comes.Cats are ten times worse, waking their owners up first thing in the morning with lewd displays of kitty butt and the faint aroma of recently used litter box.
From Nony
bizarre
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gadgets
KnewOne -
From Nony
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eyecandy
Touch Effects - ooooooh!
From cw
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other
Liberland.org - Introduction - Welcome to official Free Republic of Liberland webpage
From Nony