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The coolest new beers are coming from a place that might surprise you.
Around the world, but especially in America, the feast of St. Patrick—the patron saint of Ireland—on March 17 is celebrated with a pint (or several) of Guinness. Meanwhile, St. George's Day on April 23, when we could be raising a glass to the dragon-slaying patron saint of England, tends to pass by without a mention, let alone a drink.
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Music videos without music are absolutely hilarious, especially Pharrell William's "Happy"
Pharrell Williams got emotional and cried when he saw a compilation of people around the world singing Happy. This music-less version of his hit song video will probably make him cry too. Of laughter. Once again, these silent versions make me realize how hilariously absurd music videos are.
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That's sad why are you guys trying to make him cry. You should just quit because one day someone will make you cry and you won't like it. 
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Inside our body is like Game of Thrones
Staying healthy is a lot like medieval warfare. Cells vs viruses. There are cells defending their castles and viruses trying to break through. If a sneaky virus manages to attack a cell, the cell fights it and notifies all the other castles about what to build to defend it. Man, learning about biology is so much easier when you have cute animations like this making it look like Game of Thrones.
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Time for a new beginning.
Most of us have had Facebook accounts for the past few years, if not a decade. But time and bloat have turned once-beloved font of nostalgia into an onslaught of faux-sentimental sludge from strangers. So as Facebook stands poised to break itself into a bunch of different apps, we say to you: Screw it. It's time to start fresh.
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I deactivated mine 2 weeks ago and i don't miss anything about it!
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It's amazing to look at the scale of the universe like this. It truly defies belief.
Hubble's latest videos are a stunning zoom and pan of a cross-section of the cosmos that goes as deep as half of the observable Universe. Look at all those galaxies filled with hundreds of billions of stars each. Some even have trillions of stars, most with their own set of planets. Mind-blowing.
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She canna take anymore cap'n.
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Getting high, in more ways than one:
The police have long used thermal imaging cameras to detect marijuana growing operations. Now, thanks to drones, crooks are getting into the weed-finding game too. Except in their case, they're trying to find the weed so they can steal it.
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Using heat vision to find marijuana and then stealing it from the owners for profit.

Sounds like the police.

How exactly do you define crooked?
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Have a good weekend!
So you know how we all kind of thought that our odds of getting destroyed by an asteroid were remarkably low? Yeah, that was wrong. According to new research, the odds of a large-scale asteroid impact are actually three to ten times higher than we thought. And the only thing stopping total and utter destruction? Sheer, dumb luck.
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Lol...f u 2 +Gizmodo!
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Hilarious stunt by anonymous biker ends with a thief in jail. Imagine his face as he was entering the police station's parking lot.
This hilarious thing happened in China: A 29-year-old biker saw a guy stealing a woman's handbag on the street and quickly went to him to offer a getaway. The thief jumped on the bike but took him to a police station, where the thief tried to escape. I can imagine the guy's "ffffuuuuu" face as he entered the station parking lot.
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Ahhh just a perfect thing to end a good day...keep up the good work!
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It's a (terrifying) piece of cake.
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Great explanation
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Be careful who you Like out there:
You probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about the legal implications of liking something on Facebook, but you should. General Mills quietly updated its privacy policy so that doing things like using a coupon, entering a sweepstakes, or liking the brand means you can't sue them. Really.
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There needs to be a button "I used to like you" - wait did General Mills think this was a good PR news :-) silly rabbits
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