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image wtf statue Drama Plagues a Small Town as They Argue Over This Seagull With Boobs
Via: @5Tacos
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This weird seagull statue (or would you call it a boobie?) resides in New Bedford, MA and the question of whether to keep the statue is pitting the town residents against each other.  

There is one petition by a Raymond C. to remove the statue and a competing petition for Raymond to remove his petition. 

While the original petition argues the statue makes the town look silly, the competing petition says it's as much a part of the town as any other art:

"New Bedford is so full of art and out of the ordinary things it would be silly to remove this glorious statue." .... "This man is just clearly uncomfortable by the female form and hates the art."


via thepetitionsite

An update to the statue removal petition clarified itself after that backlash with, "I never said it wasn't art, but it is bad art." 

The creator of this statue, Donna Dodson, has done many others, like this panda. 


via donnadodsonartist

The so-called "Seagull Cinderella" as she titled the New Bedford piece was installed in 2012. 

image win science NASA Successfully Landed a Really Clever Joke
Via: @NASAJuno
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For those of us who are unfamiliar with Greek mythology, Imgur user Skyscraper4ants explained the joke for everyone. 

image fail arrow My, What an Eye-Catching Graphic
Via: @nytimes
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That looks like something... what is it...?



Oh, right. 

image hacking mark zuckerberg Someone Hacked Mark Zuckerberg's Social Media Accounts Because His Password Was Dumb
Via: Ben_Hall
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A hacker group called OurMine logged on to Facebook mogul Mark Zuckerberg's Pinterest, Twitter and Linkedin accounts this weekend with his terribly unsafe password: dadada. Fortunately for him, it appears not to be a very malicious hack, they left messages on his profiles saying, "We are just testing your security". This has sparked a lot of talk about internet and password security. It's also garnered some snarky comments about the way Facebook deals with your information.  


via @PrisonPlanet

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