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Porn Invades The Blogosphere, Google Defends

Sep 10, 13 Porn Invades The Blogosphere, Google Defends

Posted by in Technology

Adult-themed blogger sites may soon be in for some trouble with the platform's owner, Google. The problem is, Google’s blogging platform, Blogger, has recently been utilized by some porn profiteers, and Google’s not so pleased about it.

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Naked Shoeshiners In NYC?

Sep 09, 13 Naked Shoeshiners In NYC?

Posted by in WTF???

“We’re not Hooters,” the shoe shining ladies exclaim. Proprietor Kevin White opened the store because he was tired of getting his shoes shined by stony-faced men in "run-down, hole-in-the-wall" shops.

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Turn Your Kid’s Markers Into Gasoline

Sep 08, 13 Turn Your Kid’s Markers Into Gasoline

Posted by in Science

Well, not gasoline exactly. Crayola is spearheading a new effort for their old, dried-up markers to be recycled and turned into clean-burning diesel fuel.

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More On Limp Penises: Average Penis Size Not As Big As You Think

Sep 07, 13 More On Limp Penises: Average Penis Size Not As Big As You Think

Posted by in Health

July reports of average penis size in America might have you a little stumped. A new study published in July’s issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine finds that the average American man's penis is only 5.6 inches (14.2 centimeters) long when erect. The study is comprised of 1661 American men’s self reported measurements, so it’s got to be accurate, right?

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Latest In Medical Diagnoses: Ghetto Booty

Sep 06, 13 Latest In Medical Diagnoses: Ghetto Booty

Posted by in Health, WTF???

Imagine you’re at the doctor for back pain, and he diagnoses you with “Ghetto Booty.” Compliment or abuse? I guess that depends on where you’re from, and Tennessee’s own Terry Ragland considered it abuse. The doctor said, “I know what the problem is. It's ghetto booty."

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Your Website Sucks Because It’s Slow

Sep 05, 13 Your Website Sucks Because It’s Slow

Posted by in Technology

Last month was Speed Awareness Month, and here are some reasons having a fast website can be important to small business owners. When I’m not writing crazy-science stories for redOrbit, I’m usually designing logos and websites, and this is some interesting info I thought I’d share with those who didn’t already know it.

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Science Rocks! Squeeze Boobs To Prevent Breast Cancer

Sep 04, 13 Science Rocks! Squeeze Boobs To Prevent Breast Cancer

Posted by in Health

According to the best scientific study ever, squeezing breasts can stop malignant breast cancer cells. Consent is still required, ladies and gentlemen, so don’t go running around claiming to be a cancer-fighting crusader as you enter the elevator at work tomorrow morning.

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Breast Milk Flavored Lollipops Make Babies Stop Crying

Jun 27, 13 Breast Milk Flavored Lollipops Make Babies Stop Crying

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If breast milk is powerful enough to turn a screaming, thrashing, crying baby into a happy, quiet, sleeping one, why not capitalize on that sedative? Breast milk flavored lollipops, vile or inventive? Maybe you’re weird like me, and you’ve always wondered what breast milk tastes like and why it’s such a powerful tool in the parenting arsenal. Maybe you’re gross enough to try it for yourself. But, for anyone who’s not, there’s breast milk flavored candy.

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Too Much Caffeine Causes Serious Mental Disorders?

Jun 26, 13 Too Much Caffeine Causes Serious Mental Disorders?

Posted by in Mental Health

This is not a joke. According to the most recent version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, more commonly known as the DSM, too much coffee causes a rash of symptoms that all point to a disorder.

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Latest Addition To Endangered Places List: Houston’s Astrodome

Jun 25, 13 Latest Addition To Endangered Places List: Houston’s Astrodome

Posted by in Lifestyle

The 8th wonder of the world is facing demise. There are a handful of fanciful ideas for how it can be used, but until one is finalized, there are many people who’d like to see it torn down. One national preservation group is trying to keep that from happening, though.

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