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Trump’s Doctor Says Trump Basically Wrote That Glowing Health Letter: Report

Trump’s presidential campaign released the letter, signed by his personal physician Dr. Harold Bornstein, after Trump’s health came into question in 2015.  “His physical strength and stamina are extraordinary,” Bornstein continued. “If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.” “He dictated that whole letter. I didn’t write that letter,” Bornstein told CNN. “I just made it up as I went along.” Dr. Harold Bornstein's Letter of Health for Donald Trump by Bornstein, who is based in New York City, told NBC…

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8 People With Severe Allergies Who Were Surprise “Tested” By Monsters

Allergies are pretty common, and sane people know not to put their friends and loved ones in danger. Apparently, some people are unafraid to push it to the limit. 1 Pin It Via Askreddit 2 Pin It Via Askreddit 3 Pin It Via Askreddit 4 Pin It Via Askreddit 5 Pin It Via Askreddit 6 Pin It Via Askreddit 7 Pin It Via Askreddit 8 Pin It Via Askreddit Read more: http://cheezburger.com/5455621/8-people-with-severe-allergies-who-were-surprise-tested-by-monsters

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Watch Mark Ruffalo squirm as he accidentally spoils ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ … in July 2017

Image: marvel studios Mark. Dude. You’re a great Bruce Banner, but you’re terrible at this whole keeping secrets thing. When Avengers: Infinity War stars Mark Ruffalo and Don Cheadle sat down for a chat with Good Morning America in July 2017, Ruffalo did a dumb thing. He spoiled the end of Infinity War. SEE ALSO: Who’s who in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ What? I’m not going to do the thing and tell you what he said. You’ll have to watch the video to hear the spoilers for yourself. (Honestly, it’s also…

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Welcome To Westworld! Can You Retrieve Your Wedding Ring From The Robot Prostitute You Lost It In?

This feature requires JavaScript to function. Take the steam engine out of Westworld and return home. It’s good to be back home. I can’t wait to enter my house and see my wife. I love my wife. I love my wife! I LOVE MY WIFE! Enter your house. Your wife greets you as you enter. As usual, she’s wearing the wedding dress she never takes off because she’s so happy to have married you. “Hello, honey, welcome back home from Six Flags, the famously sexless amusement park. Did you enjoy…

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Exclusive: Bornstein claims Trump dictated the glowing health letter

(CNN)When Dr. Harold Bornstein described in hyperbolic prose then-candidate Donald Trump’s health in 2015, the language he used was eerily similar to the style preferred by his patient. “His physical strength and stamina are extraordinary,” he crowed in the letter, which was released by Trump’s campaign in December 2015. “If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.” The missive didn’t offer much medical evidence for those claims beyond citing a blood pressure of 110/65, described by Bornstein as “astonishingly excellent.”…

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Disgruntled Ex-Employee Gets Humiliated On Facebook For Stupid Question

Not the answers he wanted, but it sounds like the answers he damn well deserved. Maybe err on the side of not sharing that shit on Facebook next time, dude. Future employment opportunities could be tough after this.  1 Pin It Via heywheresmypizza 2 Pin It Via heywheresmypizza 3 Pin It Via heywheresmypizza 4 Pin It Via heywheresmypizza Read more: http://cheezburger.com/5379077/disgruntled-ex-employee-gets-humiliated-on-facebook-for-stupid-question

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Mueller’s questions are a red cape and Trump is the bull

(CNN)Like a matador waving a red cape, someone is torturing President Donald Trump by leaking the questions that could be posed to him by special counsel Robert Mueller: And yet, given the disciplined behavior of the special counsel’s team, which has been the very model of integrity, it seems almost certain that the list of questions was leaked by someone who is supposed to be on the President’s side. Why would someone who works for Trump do such a thing? The likeliest answer is that the President’s staff or lawyers…

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How Violent Video Games Might Be Screwing With Your Brain

I’ve been committing war crimes in video games since the goddamned Carter era. In a game last night, I used a combination of a flamethrower and a trained bear to kill a man who I think was just trying to change a tire on his car. I’m typing this on a solid gold computer I bought with money made The evidence for that is weak to nonexistent. I do think violent video games can make some people into raging, intolerant jerks via a process that is rarely talked about. I…

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If You Think The World Is A Terrible Place These 20+ Wholesome Pics Will Change Your Mind

We all need to recharge sometimes. Everyone has those days when life just seems dull and wrong, like the world is going against us. The world isn’t going against anyone. The world is going round and it’s beautiful. We’re just really bad at noticing it sometimes. This list, compiled by Bored Panda, shows good things only. These stories are going to hit you with a force. A force of positivity! We hope the heartwarming pictures on this list are the getaway you needed. And if you want to keep scrolling,…

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See That Drop Box? Thats Where They Put the Babies. And Its the Most Remarkable Thing Youll See All Week

1.5M SHARES ShareTweet One winter, a South Korean pastor found an abandoned infant on his church steps and built a drop box to rescue any future babies who may be left to die on the streets of Seoul, South Korea. “The Drop Box” film follows the lives of Pastor Jong-rak Lee and his family as they take in these abandoned children and help them find loving families. More than a quarter million people saw the theatrical release of The Drop Box film. Now you can bring The Drop Box to your church.…

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New research shows successful founders are far older than the Valley stereotype

There is a classic stereotype of the Silicon Valley entrepreneur: often a computer science nerd, almost certainly male, ambitious and, most importantly, young — very young. Founders who have been covered extensively by the media, like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg, started their companies still glimpsing their teenage years, and that reputation has spread widely across the industry. Now, a group of economics researchers have conducted a comprehensive investigation of the starting age of founders of high-growth startups — and found that that stereotype just doesn’t match the…

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