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Funny videos: most popular for week 05/11/17

Let’s have a smile together 🙂 “Your Future Catching” by Light Tuesday “AA AAA AAAAAAAAAA” by Emiel de Vries “Air Bomb” by POG “AE goes” by Sergey Victrov “Mouse Howling Big Enough” by KuDa “Corgi Troll” by Light Tuesday “Seven nation army kid” by patrick1010pk “Good evening (anime, beer, pizza)” by hola “Cleaning At Home”…

14 Twists On Hot Cocoa

This post may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and purchase, I’ll receive a %. Thank you for supporting the sponsors we love! Lovelies! As Christmas time inches closer and closer and the weather gets cooler and cooler, we love snuggling up and grabbing a warm…

From Political Asylum to Breakout Stardom

Pedro Pascal, 42, was born in Santiago, Chile, but soon after his birth, his parents were forced to seek political asylum for their opposition to dictator Augusto Pinochet. “My mother’s cousin was very primary in the opposition against the military regime, but there was a huge degree of separation between him and my parents. Still,…

A Father Shot His Sleeping Daughter to Death Because She Didn’t Clean Her Room, Police Say

(CLEVELAND) — A suburban Cleveland man has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his daughter while she slept, saying he believed she disrespected his rules by coming home late and not cleaning her room. Jamal Mansour, of Rocky River, pleaded guilty Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault and has been sentenced to 22 years in…

Global Cyberattack Underscores Need to Strengthen U.S. Electric Grid

WASHINGTON, May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The global cyberattack that brought millions of computer networks to a halt last week serves as an important reminder that securing the nation’s electric grid must be a key national priority, according to Protect Our Power, an organization of renowned experts dedicated to protecting our electric transmission and distribution system. The electric…

Everything With Wi-Fi Has a Newly Discovered Security Flaw. Here’s How to Protect Yourself

A recently discovered vulnerability could allow attackers to intercept sensitive data being transmitted between a Wi-Fi access point and a computer or mobile device, even if that data is encrypted. The flaw, known as KRACK, affects WPA2, a security protocol widely used in most modern Wi-Fi devices. In some cases, a hacker could exploit KRACK…

Save the Phony Weinstein Outrage, Republicans

Say this for Donald Trump: When it comes to sex, he’s less of a hypocrite than Harvey Weinstein. Until Weinstein’s abrupt downfall amid proliferating accusations of sexual assault and harassment, he posed as a backer of women’s rights. He made films with substantive female leads (82-year-old Judi Dench joked that she’d tattooed his name on…

Bain Capital and Andreessen Horowitz Confirm Investment in New Cryptocurrency Basecoin

Bain Capital Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz have participated in the pre-sale of a new cryptocurrency called basecoin, the companies have confirmed. Basecoin will be created by three Princeton University computer science graduates, according to Intangible Labs chief executive officer and co-founder Nader Al-Naji on Friday. Related: Bitcoin Is Now Bigger Than Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley…

Under Mr. Trump, America Surrenders

Americans have long struggled with the question of whether this country should be more involved in world affairs, or less. The contest of ideas between internationalists and isolationists has been particularly fierce among Republicans, going all the way back to Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft and continuing on to the beginning of World War…

This Unexpected City Says It Has Everything Amazon Wants for a New Headquarters

Kansas City’s mayor reviewed 1,000 products on Amazon. Basketball star Michael Jordan wrote a personal letter to the e-commerce giant’s CEO Jeff Bezos. Meanwhile, Georgia offered to name in new city after the company. But as creative as those attempts are to woo Amazon for its second headquarters, it’s far more likely that the big dollars that Amazon…

Julian Assange Says He’s Made a 50,000% Return on Bitcoin

Since he’s been running from the U.S. government, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says he was forced to become an early investor in bitcoin—resulting in returns of over 50,000%. He took to Twitter to gloat. “My deepest thanks to the U.S. government, Senator McCain, and Senator Lieberman for pushing Visa, MasterCad, Paypal, AmEx, Moneybookers, et al,…