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March 25, 2019

AND IN SPORTS

Seagull imitators face off in Belgian championship

The video is pretty great.

(Thanks to Ralph)

NAH. THEY COULDN'T HANDLE THE BOOK TOURS.

The rise of robot authors: is the writing on the wall for human novelists?

(Thanks to Le Petomane)

WAR IS IMMINENT

France uncovers massive Italian kiwi fraud

We saw them open for the Doors.

(Thanks to Rod Nunley and Dave Roe)

AMAZINGLY, IT WAS NOT EATEN BY A SNAKE

Giant Inflatable Cucumber Gets Into a Bit of a Pickle on Sydney Harbour

(Thanks to Roberto)

AT LEAST SHE DIDN'T WIND UP IN EDINBURGH

A drunk passenger on an American Airlines flight urinated on another passenger’s luggage.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

SIX OF ONE...

A British Airways flight destined for Dusseldorf in Germany has landed in Edinburgh by mistake, after the flight paperwork was submitted incorrectly.

The passengers only realised the error when the plane landed and the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.

(Thanks to Roberto)

IN THAT CASE, SIR, WELCOME ABOARD!

Naked Russian man tries to board plane claiming to be more ‘aerodynamic’ undressed

‘He said he flies with more agility when undressed.’

(Thanks to Bob Brogan, Ralph, John Lobert and Roberto)

THEY ALL POSSESS VALID FLORIDA DRIVERS' LICENSES

Thousands of poisonous toads are swarming a Palm Beach Gardens community, and it's leaving neighbors concerned.

(Thanks to Rick Day, Ralph, pharmaross, A. Wheeler and Le Petomane)

ATTENTION, IDIOTS:

Gucci selling $870 sneakers designed to look dirty

(Thanks to pharmaross)

WHILE SOME OF US STRUGGLE TO PICK UP THE NEWSPAPER

Vermont woman, 84, heading to Poland to compete in pole-vaulting championship

(Thanks to Hayseed Tom, we think)

EITHER THAT, OR IT WILL MAKE YOUR MIND THINK ABOUT SEX ALL THE TIME

Cam Newton Giving Up Sex for a Month; 'Hopes It Makes My Mind Stronger'

(Thanks to Steve K.)

THERE MAY BE A PARTY FIRST

The U.S. Coast Guard on Friday is planning to offload around 27,000 pounds of cocaine seized recently during operations off the coasts of Mexico, Central and South America.  The drugs have an estimated value of around $360 million and will be sent for destruction after it's brought to the Coast Guard's base in Miami Beach, Florida.

(Thanks to Not My Usual Alias, who says "so if there is another shutdown, the Coast Guard will get paid.")

 

 
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