Google Maps is meant to look up addresses, but it can also provide a window into the lives of the recently deceased.Read More
If humans start forming colonies on other planets, we’ll need a viable way to procreate — and a back-up method if getting it on the old-fashioned way doesn’t work.Read More
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After almost 30 years of living alone in the forest, Christopher Knight figured he’d die there. But then his long-practiced habit of stealing from empty vacation homes backfired, and the modern-day hermit ended up somewhere he never expected: jail.Read More
People with body integrity identity disorder struggle with a desire to amputate their limbs or become disabled. This is the story of someone who followed through with that task — and what happened after.Read More
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Call it opportunistic, but stealing food from others’ plates can do more good than harm.Read More
At Free Oakland UP, money is no object and you never know what you’ll find.Read More
No VCR? No problem. Analog videos are making a comeback, just not as you remember them.Read More
How modeling photos a Canadian woman took as a teen have continuously popped up in unexpected places over the last 15 years.Read More
The soundtrack to your childhood does a lot more than help sell cones and popsicles.Read More
How not to alert the world to the fact that you just got high.
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If you can stomach it, add some cum into your diet.
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A Los Angeles museum struggles to keep its brick-and-mortar shrine to fabric art open despite tons of internet and media love.Read More