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  1. It's no hallucination, Hallucigenia is just really weirdRead the original story

    Sunday | The Star Online

    But according to new research published in Nature on June 24, a new analysis of fossils of Hallucigenia , so named for its fantastical appearance, has given them for the first time a complete understanding of this little sea oddball that lived about 508 million years ago. Hallucigenia is one of the species emblematic of the Cambrian Period, a pivotal juncture in the history of life on Earth when most major groups of animals first appeared and many unusual body designs came and went.


  2. Google's neural networks create bizarre "Inceptionism" artRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Gizmag

    ... of animals and birds, trees become strange castles, and the Seattle Space Needle becomes a gothic spire covered with weird living shapes like something out of a Lovecraft novel. According to the researchers, the point of all of this is that by ...


  3. Vernon Davis Gives Some Bizarre Answers on 'Celebrity Family Feud'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | BleacherReport

    Copyright 2015 Bleacher Report, Inc. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. All Rights Reserved. is part of Bleacher Report - Turner Sports Network, part of the Turner Sports and Entertainment Network.


  4. Video of pulsating 'Frankenstein meat' is turning Facebook users vegetarianRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Daily Record

    The footage was taken in China's Shandong Province where a woman thought the slab of meat was "beating" like a heart. Chinese news outlet CCTV shared the footage on their Facebook page where it has now been viewed thousands of times.


  5. Stolen lawn giraffe makes strange return to Lubbock homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | KCBD-TV Lubbock

    When reporters Ashlyn Tubbs, Patricia Villacin, and Taylor Lee, as well as producer Kasie Davis began to tour a home near 19th Street and Boston Avenue, they discovered a magnesium giraffe in the living room of one of the houses. Melody Pesina posted a picture of the giraffe in the front yard of a house near 40th and University, with this caption: "My mother had this stolen right out of her yard a few months back.


  6. Boob tube to brain drain: TV's long, strange tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | InfoWorld

    Is watching TV too demanding? Has 'Downton Abbey' drained your life force? Rejoice, for the BBC may have invented the couch potato's dream device You had me going there for a second. Headlines like " FCC plans to fine AT&T $100M for data throttling " and " NYC threatens to sue Verizon for failed fiber rollouts " momentarily warmed this cynical heart.


  7. Tight-rope walkers, dance parties and free BeaverTails: Suggestions...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    A new new national song like Bobby Gimby's ubiquitous 1967 classic 'Canada' is one of the popular suggestions for the 2017 celebrations. A dance party on Parliament Hill.


  8. Bees swarm from truck crash near Washington-Idaho borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | El Paso Times

    Authorities say bees are swarming near the Washington-Idaho border after a tractor-trailer full of the buzzing insects tipped over, spilling its load on Sunday. The Spokesman-Review reports the Idaho State Police were advising people to stay clear of the area, which was near the marathon course of the Ironman Coeur d'Alene triathlon. 5 comments

  9. Football: Chile defender Jara banned 3 Copa America matches for bizarre provocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Straits Times

    Chile defender Gonzalo Jara was thrown out of the Copa America on Sunday over his attempt to shove his finger into the backside of Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, the Chilean Football Federation confirmed. A statement said Jara had been suspended for three matches following a disciplinary hearing by South American football's ruling body, Conmebol, into the lurid flashpoint during last week's quarter-final.


  10. Can you tell a A 4,600 silk wedding dress from one made out of loo...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Second 'Shawshank' escapee shot twice and captured ALIVE by state trooper: Killer caught and chased down by local veteran who spotted him brazenly JOGGING along the Canadian border Pictured: The hero state trooper and dad-of-two who confronted and shot second 'Shawshank' escapee David Sweat - bringing an end to 23-day manhunt Dog the Bounty Hunter on hand in the hunt to find David Sweat - and claims he was on a BIKE before he was caught Richard Matt was killed by three bullets to the head and was covered in bug bites and blisters, autopsy reveals Sir Ian McKellen reveals 'he had to swear he wasn't gay in order to work on Broadway in the 1960s' as he leads NYC's Pride March Gay Pride march in Istanbul turns violent as riot police use teargas and rubber pellets to disperse thousands marching through Turkey's capital city CNN confuses black and white flag covered in sex toy symbols for that ... (more)


  11. Was Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell too close to its source novel to cast a spell?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Radio Times

    Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell has reached its conclusion, with Eddie Marsan and Bertie Carvel's rival magicians finally coming to the end of their journey in a smorgasbord of fairy legend, period detail and peerless character acting. The series has proven a hit with many .


  12. Fan-made 'Doctor Strange' title sequence is magicalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | CNET

    While we impatiently wait to see if Benedict Cumberbatch grows a goatee and wears a cape in the upcoming "Doctor Strange" movie trailer, a fan gives us a cosmic look at what could be. The mysterious Marvel superhero movie "Doctor Strange" is scheduled to debut in theaters on November 4, 2016, but for some of us that's just way too long to wait.


  13. Bonds, Suh, Schwarzenegger take in Toyota/Save Mart 350Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The York Daily Record

    Former Giant Barry Bonds, Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Food Network star Robert Irvine of "Restaurant Impossible" all attended the NASCAR Sprint Cup driver's meeting near Turn 11 at the track Sunday morning. Santa Rosa's Kevin Jorgeson, who free climbed of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park earlier this year, was the Grand Marshal for the race.


  14. Gardener Gal, 6/28/15: New home's yard holds a strange surpriseRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | Citrus County Chronicle

    Dear Gardener Gal: I desperately need your help. Since moving to Inverness from the mid-Atlantic region, all I've heard is how problematic it is to have a vegetable garden.


  15. x264 acting strangeRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 |

    Try putting the elementary stream into a container, then importing it. e.g. MP4 or TS .


  16. Legal fight centers on recipes of 'M-A-S-H' hot dog eateryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | KBCI CBS 2

    Ownership of secret recipes and ingredients from an Ohio restaurant made famous on the TV series "M-A-S-H" is at the center of a legal dispute between a grandson of the original owner and the current ownership group. The Blade reports that Tony Packo's Toledo LLC has copies of the recipes and ingredient lists for the restaurant chain's famous spicy Hungarian hot dogs and chili. 3 comments

  17. At one memorable point during the Grateful Dead's show,Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Courier News

    The Grateful Dead are a piece of rock and roll history, but on its farewell tour the 50-year-old band showed it is still alive and kicking when it wants to be. Grateful Dead resurrect their long, strange trip The Grateful Dead are a piece of rock and roll history, but on its farewell tour the 50-year-old band showed it is still alive and kicking when it wants to be.


  18. Croissant Brioche, the restaurant where Vanessa Leggett met Robert Durst and Robert DurstRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Real Deal

    "Most people don't realize how heavy the human head is," Robert Durst told a Houston journalist over lunch just days before his most recent arrest for the alleged murder of Susan Berman. Their conversation was every bit as bizarre as you might expect.


  19. Latinas fight back against harassmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The China Post

    Every day Sara Velez, a Colombian law student, walks to class through a hail of catcalls that often veer into obscenity, a daily reality that Latin American women are increasingly fighting. The "piropos," or "compliments," that men shout at passing women are an old tradition in Latin America, defended by some as a sort of working man's street poetry.


  20. NYC church opens contest to give 9/11 sermonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The China Post

    Leaders of a chapel near ground zero that became a sanctuary of consolation after the 2001 terrorist attacks are launching two national writing competitions to foster reconciliation, including one that will allow the winner to deliver an original sermon on Sept. 11. The Parish of Trinity Church, which includes St. Paul's Chapel, will award one prize for preaching and six for storytelling in memory of the tragic day.