Monthly Archives: February 2018

Hero.

Democratic Governor Confronts Trump: ‘Less Tweeting … More Listening’ Jay Inslee told the president to reconsider his idea of arming school teachers.

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Manafort Left an Incriminating Paper Trail Because He Couldn’t Figure Out How to Convert PDFs to Word Files Pro tip: If you’re going to falsify documents, it’s probably a good idea to learn how computers work.

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Sarah made the front page of Imgur today!

My husband thinks he’s funny… Imgur: The magic of the Internet

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Great read, with an awesome quote, “When a person with money meets a person with experience, the one with experience ends up with the money and the one with money leaves with experience.”

How Warren Buffett Won His Multi-Million Dollar Long Bet Buffett’s wager is a lesson in taking the Long View

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The funniest thing I’ve seen all day. Not sure why it makes me laugh, but it gets better with every loop.

Wait, I changed my mind • r/instant_regret 167 points and 17 comments so far on reddit

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NowThis Entertainment This children’s hospital got a surprise visit from Captain Jack Sparrow

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Mind not necessarily blown, but one notch below. TIL.

Rope around the Earth – Math Images Despite the enormous size of the Earth, and the 1 foot gap around the entire circumference, the rope would have to be lengthened by a mere 2π feet, or roughly 6.28 feet.

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Walk into any casino, the odds are overwhelmingly stacked against you. But support crypto? That’s a very real business threat.

Five Major Credit Cards Are Now Blocking Cryptocurrency Purchases – Slashdot An anonymous reader quotes CNBC: J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Citigroup said Friday they are no longer allowing customers to buy cryptocurrencies using credit cards. “At this … Continue reading

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