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8.) I hope none of them sleepwalk.

25 People Flirting With Disaster

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Just in case... oooooooooooooooooooooohhhhh!!!!!

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Yeah, I’m going to have to pass…

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Stolen chinese gangster cellphone photos

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27 Science Fictions That Became Science Facts In 2012

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World’s first dog stairlift offers a comfy ride to your spoiled one!

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Thalidomide was marketed to pregnant women to combat morning sickness. This is the effect it had on their children. Thalidomide WAS tested on animals. It passed "enough" tests to be deemed safe for humans. The few unfavorable outcomes in animals were overlooked on the grounds that animal and human DNA are not 100% comparable. Animal testing is still necessary in this day and age of technology and that is a problem. We need to progress.

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I thought this was a joke, but I warn you, it is not. Not only are 100% of her claims completely false, but many of them are offensive. I don't report trolls. But insisting that Atheists, LGB & T, and even people with birth defects are the products of marijuana abuse?!?!? Oh hell no. She has offended every molecule of my being. Please spread this around and help report the shit out of her.

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The Door to Hell is situated near the small town of Darvaz in Turkmenistan. Thirty-five years ago, geologists were drilling for gas when then encountered a very large cavern underground filled with a poisonous gas. They ignited the gas expecting it to burn off in a few hours. The gas is still burning to this day.

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"I can't take this anymore"

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"Evolution" by LucyandBart - Lucy McRae, Bart Hess - Described as an "instinctual stalking" of fashion, architecture, performance and the body. S)

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Chihuly Tree

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German anatomist Dr. Gunther von Hagens has a penchant and pride for turning real human bodies into statues with a technique called “plastination.” By using a volunteer’s dead body and injecting a liquid plastic solution into it to harden and preserve the cadavers entirely, von Hagens creates “timeless” art. However, the controversial nature of his work means that much like a mad scientist, he must work out of a secret lab. Von Hagens’ first displayed his sculptures at a 1995 exhibition in Japan

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"The Babirusa. This hairless, prehistoric-looking member of the pig family is found in Indonesia. Some scientists believe it may be more closely related to the Hippopotamus. Only males sport these impressive, wildly bizarre tusks. The ones protruding from the top of the snout are actually his upper canines, which grow UP rather than DOWN, penetrating through the skin, curling back towards the head, & in some cases, penetrating the skull a SECOND TIME!"

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feet

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AHHHH! I would TOTALLY EFFIN DIE!!!

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Remarkable new monkey discovered in remote Congo rainforest: the Lesula

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✯ Red Handfish ..Brachionichthys politus.. Tasmania, Australia✯

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N.Y. Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis introduced legislation banning animal tattooing, piercing, & certain cosmetic surgery.

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Seriously... FART BE GONE! Flatulence Deodorizer Pad, only $24.95.... I'm repinning this because I can't stop laughing! Best.White. Elephant. Gift. :) LOL!

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Japanese toilet maker TOTO: “Toilet Bike Neo” @ company’s showroom in Fujisawa, near Tokyo. An eco-friendly three-wheel 250cc motorcycle with a specially customized toilet-shaped seat that runs on bio-fuel from the discharge of livestock or waste water.

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crazy

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Doris Day and her dogs.

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In 2007, a little known creature called a tardigrade became the first animal to survive exposure to space. It prevailed over sub-zero temperatures, unrelenting solar winds and an oxygen-deprived space vacuum. On Monday, this microscopic cosmonaut has once again hitched a ride into space on the Nasa shuttle Endeavour. Its mission: to help scientists understand more about how this so-called "hardiest animal on Earth" can survive for short periods off it.

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