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BBC Facebook Burns Commenter For Questioning Validity of News Story

In most situations, it's rational for a commenter to question the Facebook publications on the legitimacy of a news story. Sites try to piggy-back on any trending topic and add their own voice.

But, when the site is actually A NEWS SOURCE, perhaps you should leave your comments to yourself.

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For the latest entry in the dumb criminals department, we have a woman who stole an Arkansas-based businessman's iPad and proceeded to take a gallery of goofy selfies with it. Unbeknownst to her, the device synced all of her photos to the man's facebook page. Naturally, he's spreading the photos everywhere in the hopes of locating the thief, who has not yet been identified.

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This idiotic rescue attempt took place at Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone visitors are asked to stay at least 25 yards away from large animals and are not allowed to approach wildlife, however, this father-son duo wasn't about to let silly rules stop their heroic rescue attempt. 

Law enforcement rangers were called when the father-and-son approached the station "seriously worried that the calf was freezing and dying.” The calf was returned to its fam, and the family was ticketed.