A British study found that dubstep music can be used as mosquito repellent because the sounds drives the bugs away. (https://bit.ly/2WCjwV0)
Kim Kardashian told Jimmy Kimmel that she picks out baby names by letting the whole family weigh in and then waiting three or four days after the baby is born to figure out what it looks like. (https://pge.sx/2OJT8WI)
The Discovery Channel is going to air a special this Sunday called “Expedition Unknown” in which they open the tomb of an Egyptian mummy on live TV. Discovery has raised $10 million to show this Egyptian mummy. (https://bit.ly/2UsfBfX)
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A Chinese prison has installed artificial intelligence monitors in every cell to make escaping impossible. (https://bit.ly/2FPOnI4)
Toyota has unveiled a basketball playing robot in Tokyo that can shoot three pointers with startling accuracy. The six foot ten inch robot is considered the top artificial intelligence athlete in the world. (https://bit.ly/2UvgSDj)
Magician David Blaine is being investigated by the NYPD for making unwanted sexual advances against two women. (https://bit.ly/2TQ3rt1)
The newest yoga craze sweeping the country is called “Lemoga,” which is a yoga class where lemurs walk around while everyone’s posing. First there was goat yoga, then there was dog yoga, now we’ve got lemur yoga.
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Twister Used to Be Seen as Scandalous. That multicolored contortion game of Twister has come to seem like innocent, nostalgic fun, but it wasn’t always that way. When first released in 1966, it was deemed “too risqué” for the Sears catalog, and was dubbed “sex in a box” by critics.
A camera caught a man apparently stealing underwear during a recent open house in San Mateo, California. Police are searching for the man, who is currently a person of interest in the theft case, and seek help identifying him. Police said in a statement, “surveillance video from the homeowner shows a man being greeted by a realtor inside the home, then walking around the house "with a noticeable bulge around his abdomen that wasn't there when he initially walked inside the home.” The homeowner, who did not want to be identified, said he put surveillance cameras inside to monitor the foot traffic. When his wife told him she was missing a few things, he took a closer look. Upon further review, the homeowner believes the man stole all of his wife's push-up bras. The homeowner said he is sharing his story to help other sellers, who should contact their realtor about not letting potential buyers roam through their home alone.
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