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Is that a slice of bread or Nintendo’s latest handheld? Check out the specs of the new controversial device that has Twitter in a cramp from pointing and laughing so hard. But maybe Nintendo knows something we don’t about what its fans want? Eh, either way, it’s funny looking.
We know you didn’t mean to post that on your Tumblr just now. You can show this article to your followers (and your mothers) if they don’t believe you.
Tumblr reps say an infrastructure fail is to blame for bizarre content showing up where it shouldn’t. Read about the odd publishing bug here.
The second time the thieves broke into the San Bernadino County Sexual Assault Services office, it was to put stolen goods back — and to leave an apology note commending the nonprofit for its good works. Read the full, incredible story.
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Shark Week is halfway over, but things IRL are getting weird. Wondering why everyone is talking about a dead shark on Twitter today? It’s because this baby shark was found decomposing on an Astoria-bound NYC subway last night. RIP, little carnivore.
In other shark news, Megalodon isn’t real. And the Internet is pretty angry at Discovery Channel for making it seem like “science” said it was.
Curious report of the day:
The secret project dubbed, “A Study of Lunar Research Flights” and nicknamed “Project A119,” was seriously being considered until it was scrapped because military officials were worried it would hurt the people on Earth.