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Man sues Samsung, saying Note 7 exploded in his pants
a return to greatness
"Excessive use of the internet is an understudied phenomenon that may disguise mild or severe psychopathology; excessive use of the internet may be strongly linked to compulsive behavior and addiction."
-- Jan Buitelaar
Wild radioactive Fukushima boars breed like rabbits, ravage local countryside
What did the 'real' Loch Ness monster look like?
-- Christian Science Monitor
Perhaps Lady Gaga and other artists need to remind the Internet that pop music is supposed to be fun, not a death match.
-- Daryl Deino
roughly 1 in 9 private space launches are expected to fail
-- tech crunch.com
We try to tell these young cats, the po-po ain't the power structure. The police are not the power structure. The police are controlled and moved like pawns on a chess game. And I tell these cats all the time, man, y'all gotta start playing chess instead of checkers.
-- professor Griff
"When viewers last saw April she had just given birth inside of a shark."
-- Rebecca Schumann
"I don't give a damn if they put a nickel in the slot machine. I want them to pay my admission."
-- Steve Wynn
"Pokémon Go is the latest tool used by spy agencies in the Intel war, a cunning despicable app that tries to infiltrate our communities in the most innocent way under the pretext of entertainment."
-- hamdi bakheet, member of Egypt's defense and national security committee
"The size of RR245 is not yet exactly known, as its surface properties need further measurement. It's either small and shiny, or large and dull."
-- Michele Bannister
"A Public Policy Research Poll found that 13% of Americans say that if the choices for president were Clinton, Trump, and a giant meteor hitting the Earth, they'd go with the meteor."
every year, more people are killed by crows in the US than alligators
-- Orlando sentinel
it costs larger US air carriers 14¢/mile to fly a passenger. it costs spirit half that.
-- US DOT