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After her husband Gordon Scott's passing, Beverly Smith threw her husband's ashes into the Florida Keys with a note and some spare change - money to let the bottle recipient call Smith and inform her of her husband's new locale. Scott, a lifetime lover of travel and adventure, would get one more chance to go across the world. Since then, Scott has traveled up and down the Florida coast, floating from beach to beach.

image emoji summer Ridiculous, Giant Emoji Pool Floats Are What Everyone Needs for This Summer
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Yes, these are real and yes, that is a giant floating eggplant that you can ride on. 



Sure, you'd be stupid to bring your phone into the pool with you but that doesn't mean you have to go without expressing yourself exclusively through pictures. Just take these giant emoji pool toys with you. 



Now you can spend your entire weekend floating on a giant poop. What a time to be alive. 

Have you ever heard one of those extremely fast talking auctioneers and thought that they needed some rap beats to back them up? Well you're not the only one. These auctioneers are about to sell the hottest track of 2016 to the highest bidder.

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 Samantha Bee explains the similarities between what happened in the UK during the Brexit campaign and what's going on with Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Don't worry too much, America not being England may yet again be it's saving grace. Just don't forget to vote. 

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Congrats to Mas Sumbramanian and his team out at Oregon State University for the discovery! He said the following in an official OSU press release:

"It was serendipity, actually; a happy, accidental discovery.

The basic crystal structure we’re using for these pigments was known before, but no one had ever considered using it for any commercial purpose, including pigments.

Ever since the early Egyptians developed some of the first blue pigments, the pigment industry has been struggling to address problems with safety, toxicity and durability."

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