The World Is Having A Sand Shortage

And it's being sold on the Black Market.
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Sex Robots Can Now Deny You If Not In The Mood

Imagine being the guy who gets rejected by a robot.
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Brave Women Help A Gator Cross A Street

Much braver than me anyway.
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Rats Rob ATM

According to BBC , in the Indian state of Assam, technicians showed up to repair an ATM that had been reported to be malfunctioning.Upon opening the machine the technicians discovered that the money, which was estimated to be about 1.2 Million Rupees (18K American) had been shredded to pieces...
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Instagram Unveils New Video Service In Challenge To YouTube

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE, AP Technology Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook's Instagram app is loosening its restraints on video in an attempt to lure younger viewers away from YouTube. The expansion announced Wednesday, dubbed IGTV, will increase Instagram's video time limit from one minute to 10...
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Nickelodeon, HQ Trivia Mark 'Double Dare' Reboot's Debut

Nickelodeon is joining with HQ Trivia to celebrate the "Double Dare" reboot.
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On A Big Night For 'Panther,' Boseman Honors Real-life Hero

By PABLO ARAUZ PENA, Associated Press SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — The MTV Movie & TV Awards gave "Black Panther" its first taste of awards glory, with Marvel's blockbuster taking home four honors including two awards for its star, Chadwick Boseman. Boseman quickly handed off his best hero award...
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Compulsive Video-game Playing Could Be Mental Health Problem

By JAMEY KEATEN and MARIA CHENG, Associated Press GENEVA (AP) — Obsessive video gamers know how to anticipate dangers in virtual worlds. The World Health Organization says they now should be on guard for a danger in the real world: spending too much time playing. In its latest revision to a disease...
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The Science of Serial Poopers

What makes someone go #2 in public.
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Your Internet Use Could Change As 'Net Neutrality' Ends

By MAE ANDERSON, AP Technology Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Your ability to watch and use your favorite apps and services could start to change — though not right away — following the official demise Monday of Obama-era internet protections. Any changes are likely to happen slowly, as companies assess...
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