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Via: Huffington Post
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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.

Via: Auralnauts
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So we're all in agreement, the Star Wars special editions were a huge waste of time that offered nothing new to three perfectly fine movies. So sue me, I don't think Greedo shooting first adds anyhting to the story. 

This, however, is good stuff. The YouTuber Auralnauts replaced all of R2-D2's beeps with an actual voice that kind of sounds like Elijah Wood. It does sound like Elijah Wood, right?

Anyway, this is a fun video that reminds me of those videos of BB-8 with Jean Ralphio's voice dubbed in. 




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Via: Dodge City Sheriff's Department
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Does the five-second rule apply to tasting the rainbow?

Hard to say, but the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office are trying to find out, and being really funny about it. They are investigating a glowing red road, which, upon closer inspection, turned out to be covered in skittles. Was this a prank by one of those sprites that leave candy-related whimsy around the midwest?

No, as it turns out, someone was transporting a crap-load of loose skittles to be fed to cows. Apparently, it’s an old practice to fill cow-feed with candy to keep prices low. Lucky cows. Getting to eat candy for dinner before slaughter and consumption. I wish I could eat candy for dinner!

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Via: Web Urbanist
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NOTE: Not a real building, because of physics and all that. Check the via link for more info.

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