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Cards Against Humanity has a special holiday surprise for Donald Trump and his border wall

The dirty and sometimes downright offensive game Cards Against Humanity is back with another stunt, and this time they’re taking aim at one of President Donald Trump’s campaign promises. The company announced its holiday promotion on Tuesday, called Cards Against Humanity Saves America. Essentially, the company purchased a plot of vacant land on the border of the United States and Mexico, making it extremely difficult for Trump to build his expensive border wall which the U.S. taxpayers will inevitably pay for. SEE ALSO: This new party game will definitely confuse…

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Unravelling Ropes Into Fractal-Like Patterns (10 Photos)

In an ongoing series of artworks entitled ‘Ciclotramas‘, Brazilian artist Janaina Mello Landini unravels ropes into incredible fractal patterns that evoke tree roots, river basins, lightning strikes and circulatory systems. Landini has been developing this concept since 2010, using threads and strings to create site-specific installations that occupy the space in an immersive way. She adds: The idea is to “unstitch†Time from its inside, unraveling the threads of the same rope in constant bifurcations, until the last indivisible stage is reached, a point that holds everything together in perfect…

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Horn-honking driver announces baby arrival

Image Copyright @alfapete @alfapete Report Report Image Copyright @garrethhayes @garrethhayes And John Whiteman tweeted: “You are very welcome… you were definitely on a mission. So, well done. The traffic jam was a challenge, wasn’t it?… Congratulations.” As well as good wishes from as far away as Manila in the Philippines, other users shared their own stories about attempting to get to the delivery room in time. Among them was Laura Sheldon, who didn’t quite get there. She wrote: “Well done for making it to the hospital! My son was born…

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Russia sent election meddling payments with painfully obvious memo lines

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin attends a meeting outside Moscow.Image: ALEXEY NIKOLSKY/AFP/Getty Images Bad news, America: The terrifying 2016 election meddling plot continues to thicken in such a way that’s sure to make you bang your head against your desk and scream “HOW?” In the saga’s latest installment, a Buzzfeed News report alleges that over 60 payments were sent from the Russian foreign ministry to its embassies with not-so-subtle descriptions like, quite literally, “to finance election campaign of 2016.” SEE ALSO: The NFL protest debate is a great example of…

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Buffy The Vampire Slayer Star Nicholas Brendon Arrested AGAIN After Allegedly Dragging His Girlfriend By The Hair

Come on, Xander. Not again. Buffy The Vampire Slayer star Nicholas Brendon is in trouble with the law yet again, this time facing charges related to domestic violence against his girlfriend. According to the Palm Springs Police Department, Brendon got into a heated After a hotel worker called police, Brendon was arrested for felony domestic violence, as well as violating a protective order (due to his past behavior, his GF already had a protective order against specific behavior on his part). He got out of jail on $50,000 bail the…

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Newly discovered nearby planet could support life

(CNN)You may want to get used to the name Ross 128 b. The newly discovered exoplanet is the second-closest found to our solar system, only 11 light-years away. And it could support life. The planet is about the same size as Earth, and it may have a similar surface temperature, making it a temperate world that could support life.

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Firefox Quantum is finally here, and you really should give it a chance

Image: mozilla Mozilla’s latest browser — Firefox Quantum — is lightning fast, sleek, and ready to handle all six zillion of your tabs after almost two months in beta.  SEE ALSO: Loyal to Google Chrome? Firefox Quantum might change that. Nick Nguyen, Firefox’s vice president of product, told Mashable his biggest fear: Will the Internet full of Google Chrome-enthusiasts give it a chance?   “My biggest fear is that people won’t try it,” he said. “It’s like any release — you do this to make people’s lives better. If people…

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I Traveled The World And Didnt Find Myself Along The Way

Glen Jackson There’s an age old saying that if you travel far enough, you just might find yourself. Well, I‘m writing this to say that I just returned from an 8 month adventure through Asia and Australia and I’ve never been more lost. In high school if I were to choose one word to summarize myself, there’s a good chance I would say motivated. I was extremely hard-working, I did well in my classes, I had a really close group of friends, I was editor of the yearbook, I founded…

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