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"Life Size Mousetrap coming to town" http://feedly.com/e/MuW2Y3oY

Life Size Mousetrap, a giant machine based on the classic board game, will make its Wisconsin debut at Maker Faire Milwaukee on Sept. 27-28 at Wisconsin State Fair Park.
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Apparently it's not happening, but I was looking forward to seeing what kind of website they made for the move (reference: http://www2.warnerbros.com/spacejam/movie/jam.htm)
According to Deadline, a sequel to Space Jam is in the planning stages, and it would star LeBron. [Updated]
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One of the better ways of using gif's that I've seen. Most sites annoyingly auto play them. Some of them are pretty funny.

The other interesting thing is that after 25  years they still only use a single byte to keep track of the score and can't go higher than 255.
Seahawks-Broncos ends in the most horrific way imaginable in this season's finale of Breaking Madden.
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PTBO Canada is collecting readers' photos of their backyard rinks. Some are glorious, and some gloriously amateur; all will make you a little jealous. But the best one features a MacGyvered ice resurfacer.
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This is Brooks. He just won $100,000 at the SEC Championship throwing a football like a straight-up asshole. Who throws a football like that?
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There were a couple highlights of minnesota people in this competition on the local news. Neither of them threw normally either. I'm assuming few of them did.
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http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/house-bill-makes-schools-check-sex-offenders-20650235 "The measure would require school systems to check state and federal criminal records for employees with unsupervised access to elementary and secondary school students, and for people seeking those jobs."

Are there any states that don't already do this?

"The bill has run into objections from major teachers' unions like the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers."

And unions....
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Why does Google maps do this? It knows exactly where the park and frontage road are but tells you to exit a mile late, u-turn, get back on the freeway, park on the freeway, and walk to the park?
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Guard rails.. ?
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This really should be obvious, but as much as food is processed, it is a bit of a surprise.
Well, well, well. Isn't this good to know? Turns out, you can strain all the ice cream out of cookie dough ice cream and use its dough to bake cookies. Surprise! It's actually cookie dough! It's not just factory made cookie flavoring made to make you crave ice cream more (even if it still is all that).
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From the department of common sense department.

I'm looking forward to the "How to hold a balloon so the air doesn't come out" post...
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"Home Depot’s new Big Gripper all-purpose bucket is a handy improvement on the old school, five-gallon contractor pail."

Except it's smaller (3.5gal), 3 times as expensive, and can't be used as a makeshift stool/table.
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I thought "Made by Samsung" was a typo at first, but apparently they've been making large ships almost as long as electronics.
Stretching further than the length of four football fields, weighing over 600,000 tons, and designed to withstand category 5 cyclones, Shell's latest construction project is the definition of grand...
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The one I wanted to post was "one ice cube, one ice cube, all the ice cubes" but I couldn't find it for some reason.

Why is that spinny spiral thing so inconsistent and has anyone come up with something better than it?
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Pretty large bar with a small town "hole in the wall" bar feel. I've gone a few times on weekends and it's never very crowded. 2 nice long (20-22ft I would guess) shuffleboard tables that are free to play. A little smokey like most unincorporated Harris county bars, but the ventilation was pretty good.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Nice atmosphere. Really like the fajitas, that's usually all we order here. Not a good place for large groups (they do have signs saying this outside the door I believe). Only 1 or 2 tables that can accommodate 8 people and they won't/cant rearrange tables for groups larger than that. If you get there shortly after another large group the wait can be extremely long.
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