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Awesome Nate Scimio Stabbing Victim Selfie

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When I was in high school, a cute boy who got stabbed didn’t have the option to photograph himself swaggering and smiling on painkillers (I assume) in the hospital and get 15 minutes of fame. You can check out Nate Scimio’s Instagram here. I’m sure there will come a time when this sort of thing […]

The Internet’s Most Popular Cats

- by in Headline, Oddities, Trappings

So I’ve been doing some business research where I get to use all these fancy (expensive) professional databases. One of the databases I have access to is Statista. Here is how Statista describes itself: The world’s largest statistics portal We pride ourselves in being the world’s first and only company to bring together data from […]

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Snappy Attack Crocodile Turns Bright Orange

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So this crocodile attacked its water filter in a fit of crocodylian pique. According to Discovery News, there are various hypotheses about what in the animal’s tank might have made it turn orange, but nobody knows for sure. Pretty certain it is something which got into the water or into the crocodile as a result […]

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New Jersey Candygram Shark Sightings

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So, Snopes and various other there-is-no-Santa-Claus-dot-com sites are reporting that sharks are not actually swimming around people’s yards in New Jersey. For some reason, I find this awfully disappointing. I mean, I have a lot of friends on the East Coast and I would be very sad if one of them were actually, ya know, […]

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Smarter Creepy Museum Travel to My Neighborhood

- by in Art, Headline, Oddities, Sex

I am incredibly amused that the Smarter Travel booking web site has a feature on 10 Incredibly Creepy Museums Around the World. Staff writer Caroline Morse includes my Hollywood neighbors the Museum of Death. Other museums to make the top 10 list are Torture Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Vent Haven Museum in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, […]

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Hard Liquor and Guns, Two Great Tastes that Go Great Together

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The Armory Blog reports that they have found “the perfect gift for the boozehound and gun enthusiast in your life”. To wit, a 12 Gauge Shotgun Shell Shot Glass set. According to the reviews on Amazon, this product could find an audience using much higher quality materials and a higher price point, but I still […]

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Dinosaurs in Los Angeles

- by in Art, Oddities, Video

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County has all sorts of new stuff in the new Dinosaur Hall. I used to love the dinosaurs at the American Museum of Natural History in New York as a kid, so I’m very excited to check out this new exhibit. Their Tyrannosaurus Rex was incredible. I assume […]

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Would you want a glow-in-the-dark dog?

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Some medical research mad scientists in Korea recently announced that they had genetically modified a dog to glow in the dark. The beagle Tegon’s special ability is not an always thing. Tegon has to be fed doxycycline in order to glow. I don’t know about beagles, but I’ve had to take doxy antibiotics before and […]

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Revenge…a dish best served with Old Bay Seasoning?

- by in Headline, Manifesto, Oddities, Sex

Recently, while traipsing around the web with malice in my heart, I stumbled across a biological weapon of righteous vengeance.  Something that struck fear in the deepest darkest recesses of  my consciousness…a veritable doomsday device that is both terrible and awesome to behold;  Super Crabs. (This product is apparently real. Someone please order this and […]

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Giant Wombat

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Scientists in Queensland, Australia just discovered the first complete skeleton of diprotodon. Diprotodon is believed to have been much like a giant wombat, as you can see in this artist’s reconstruction from the Australian Museum, photographed by James King. For some reason, I had vaguely thought that wombats were rodents, but they are actually marsupials […]

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