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Netflix would like to remind you that ‘Roseanne’ is not the only working-class family sitcom

Justina Machado, Isabella Gomez, Rita Moreno, and Marcel Ruiz on Netflix's 'One Day At A Time.'Image: Adam Rose/Netflix Roseanne may be canceled, but Netflix wants you to fill the void (is it even a void?) with better content immediately. The streaming platform hosts plenty of non-problematic family comedies, starting with One Day at a Time, which it recommended in a tweet indirectly throwing shade at Roseanne. SEE ALSO: ‘Roseanne’ has been canceled

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School includes therapy dog in yearbook

Yearbooks are a nice, end-of-year memento to hang on to — and that goes double if yours happens to feature the most awesome member of staff to have ever graced the presence of a schoolyard. SEE ALSO: Watch Telly the therapy dog at work as she bonds with a child Enter Miss Peanut: 🥜MISS 🥜 PEANUT 🥜 FOR 🥜 PRESIDENT 🥜 https://t.co/jZZD4Kk4cX — DANIELLE J (@oh_um_hey) May 30, 2018 She is The Goodest Girl. — Tinker Elle (@elle91) May 29, 2018 Turns out she isn’t the only one, either. Mine…

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37 Inventions Perfect For Lazy (or Just Really Efficient) People

This Phone Holder Keeps Your Hands Free via: Amazon It might be embarrassing to admit, but you know it’s true: Your arms have gotten tired holding up your phone. Maybe you’ve even accidentally dropped it onto your face a few times (it hurts!). This handy stand does all the work for you by holding your phone at the exact right angle for easy viewing. Find it on AmazonShare Advertisement These Slippers Do the Sweeping for You via: Amazon You’re going to be walking around your home anyway — might as…

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Scientists create the first 3D-printed human corneas using ‘bio-ink’

A bioengineering proof of concept.Image: newcastle university The future of 3D printing and medicine is coming into focus. Scientists at Newcastle University in the UK say they’ve created the first 3D-printed human corneas. Using a combination of their unique “bio-ink” and cornea stem cells, they can print the corneas in under ten minutes.  SEE ALSO: 5 house plants that will clean your stale office air If their methods gain medical approval, 3D-printed corneas could greatly benefit the millions of people in need of corneal transplants and those suffering from vision…

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Boston Dynamics will start selling its dog-like SpotMini robot in 2019

After 26 years, Boston Dynamics is finally getting ready to start selling some robots. Founder Marc Raibert says that the company’s dog-like SpotMini robot is in pre-production and preparing for commercial availability in 2019. The announcement came onstage at TechCrunch’s TC Sessions: Robotics event today at UC Berkeley. “The SpotMini robot is one that was motivated by thinking about what could go in an office — in a space more accessible for business applications — and then, the home eventually,” Raibert said onstage. Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini was introduced late last year and…

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17 Startlingly Accurate Details In Movies And TV Shows

We’re making memes smarter. So can you. Visit the Photoplasty and Pictofacts Workshop to get started. Most of the time, movies and TV are silly, made-up make believe. That’s why it’s so startling when a movie or show gets some subtle detail exactly right. But it happens. Sometimes movie and TV creators absolutely nail some aspect of the real world — even though the average viewer would never notice. This contest was suggested by the brilliant and observant PJ7. 16 Entry by TheClam 13 Entry by Topbreak38 10 Entry by…

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Senate votes to reverse FCC order and restore net neutrality

The Senate today voted 52-47 to disapprove the FCC’s recent order replacing 2015’s net neutrality rules, a pleasant surprise for internet advocates and consumers throughout the country. Although the disapproval will almost certainly not lead to the new rules being undone, it is a powerful statement of solidarity with a constituency activated against this deeply unpopular order. To be clear, the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” is still set to take effect in June. Commission Impossible: How and why the FCC created net neutrality Until yesterday Senate Democrats, who brought the…

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Otters Are Not Cute, They Are Sick Depraved Jerks

Wednesday May 30 is World Otter Day, a day where your newsfeeds will undoubtedly be filled with cutesy photographs of fuzzy little otters juggling stones or holding hands while they sleep. But don’t be fooled by this PR campaign. Behind those beady eyes lies a dark secret: Otters are assholes. It’s often pointed out that humans would be foolish to apply their moral compass onto nature; however, seriously, otters are total jerks. Not convinced? Here’s a brief look at the mass of evidence against these sadistic, semiaquatic sickos. Forced Sex For…

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