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20 Times Satire Went MILES Above Peoples' Heads →

Cheezburger.com - Crafted from the finest Internets. — cheezburger.com
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The phrases we all hear in every damn office meeting (16 Photos) →

If you work in an office, you probably attend meetings on a weekly basis that honestly could've just been an email. But, instead of being a convenient email, you get to sit around spouting phrases like "synergy" and "think outside the box" for an hour. British comedian Adam Hess pointed out how no matter what… — thechive.com

Welcome to my life.

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Looking at photos of people selling mirrors is my new favorite thing (18 photos) →

See the full gallery on thechive.com — thechive.com

This is kind of amazing.

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pdlcomics:
“Pay Me
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pdlcomics:

Pay Me

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I keep all my smart appliances up to date and accessible to the outside world in a carefully controlled way, but… yeah.
Source: XKCD #1966

I keep all my smart appliances up to date and accessible to the outside world in a carefully controlled way, but… yeah.

Source: XKCD #1966

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pdlcomics:
“Yourself
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Just be yourself.

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Yourself

Just be yourself.

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KFC created a fried chicken ‘crust’ pizza for those who fear no weight gain →

KFC has brought us some extreme creations before like the Double Down, which replaced burger buns with fried chicken, so the "Chizza" shouldn't have come as that much of a surprise. The Chizza uses fried chicken as crust and is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, ham, pineapple and drizzled with KFC’s “special cheese sauce.”… — thechive.com

I’d try it. Once.

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Qarnot’s wall-mounted heater doubles as a crypto-mining rig →

Qarnot's QC-1 heats your home while mining Ethereum. — engadget.com

Genius, or stupid?

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“Stars
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Stars

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You Can't Read This Website Until You Turn Off Your Internet →

The Disconnect, a new magazine featuring short stories, articles, and poetry, is online-only. But you can’t actually read it while you’re online. The webzine hides behind a warning notice until you disconnect your phone or computer from the internet. (The whole zine loads as soon as you visit one page.) “This is not a Luddite rallying cry against modernity,” says editor Chris Bolin. It’s “an experiment-in-progress.” — Nick Douglas, lifehacker.com

This is actually a really cool idea.

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