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The latest sensation sweeping the Internet? Dads are seeing how many Cheerios they can stack on their sleeping newborns nose. Meanwhile, a woman was running a marathon in a National Park in New Mexico when she was chased by a bear. Plus, engineers in China have created the largest glass bridge in the world.
A hospital had to apologize for sending a sympathy card to the family of a woman who was still alive. Meanwhile, Garry wonders what is going through the minds of the people in Orlando at this point. Plus, the FDA has approved a new device that will help the morbidly obese lose weight without really trying.
The fallout continues from the terror attack in Orlando over the weekend. Meanwhile, Bubonic plague seems to be making a comeback in the southwestern United States. Plus, a dog that went viral for a picture of him smiling with his human friend has been deemed too dangerous to live near police officers because he is a Pit Bull.
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Now that the Playboy Mansion is being sold, we’re learning that some celebrities had tunnels built between their houses and Hef’s place. Meanwhile, a monkey knocked out the entire power grid in Kenya after it fell into a transformer. Plus, a woman in Australia was killed by a crocodile when she went for a nighttime swim.
The website Craigslist has become a non-stop stream of Internet strangeness. Meanwhile, this weekend provided a perfect example of news outlets watering down the definition of “Breaking News.” Plus, a person purchased a winning lottery ticket using stolen money from their family store.
In the week leading up to Memorial Day, TSA officials say they stopped 74 guns around the country, a record number of guns from being carried onto planes. Meanwhile, a grandfather in South Carolina picked up the wrong child at school. Plus, a man burned down an apartment building because he was using a blowtorch to prepare a squirrel he was planning to eat.