Ruined Childhood of the Day: Guile Was Never a Family Man Himself

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Ruined Childhood of the Day: Guile Was Never a Family Man Himself
Via: DeviantART
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"Fate, it would seem, has played a cruel joke with Colonel Guile. One of his signature and most fearsome attack moves, the "Sonic Boom" became the reason for his complete loss of hearing. As a result of that Guile got discharged from the Air Force. And to make matters worse, during the process of the medical exam, overflown with emotions, he lost control over his temper and knocked a military official into a permanent coma. For that reason he got discharged with dishonor and lost all his privile

Ever Wanted a Free (Prop) Deathray? This UK Advertising Firm is Giving Theirs Away!

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Ever Wanted a Free (Prop) Deathray? This UK Advertising Firm is Giving Theirs Away!
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The prop was used in a telecommunications ad, but now it can be yours for the low price of "delivering it to your home and explaining to your significant other why you have a death ray now!"

In the Most Canadian News Story Ever, a Driver Runs Into a Restaurant, Buys a Round of Wings on the House to Apologize

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In the Most Canadian News Story Ever, a Driver Runs Into a Restaurant, Buys a Round of Wings on the House to Apologize
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Via CBCNews:

None of the customers at the Shoal Harbour Drive restaurant were seated at the centre tables when the truck crashed through the front window into the dining area.

The apologetic driver bought wings for the startled customers who were in the restaurant at the time.

A spokesperson with the company said there was no structural damage to the building, just broken windows and damaged furniture.

Drone Footage of the Day: What Chernobyl Looks Like in 2014

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As part of a recent story for "60 Minutes," filmmaker Danny Cooke shot this haunting footage of Chernobyl and the abandoned city of Prypiat in Ukraine.

The nuclear meltdown was 30 years ago, but the reactor, which was simply buried in a tomb, is still very dangerous. According to the CBS report, there is a project underway to come up with a more permanent solution, but it's three quarters of a billion dollars short of its goal.

Cooke calls it "one of the most interesting and dangerous places I've been."