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Via: rebecca.g.prefontaine
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Rebecca Lyn shared a photo of her 18-year-old cousin Hallee to Facebook on Tuesday, June 7th and the internet has responded. 

Hallee, who has autism, patiently waited for her friend's to show up for her bowling alley birthday party last year, but nobody did... This year, it's her 19th birthday and Rebecca refuses to let Hallee feel alone again.


This post has been shared over 154,000 times. Giving us hope that Hallee will have the happiest of birthdays!

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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!

Via: Justin Constine
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This ain’t fake news. It’s fun news.

Today on their blog, Facebook announced a new gaming feature their messaging app. Called Instant Games, the new feature is set to release 30 countries with 17 launch titles, including Word With Friends Frenzy, Space Invaders, Galaga, Pac-Man, and more.

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On their blog, the Facebook team wrote:

We’ve made it very simple to start playing: In the latest version of the app, open a conversation with a friend (or friends!), tap on the game controller icon just below where you type your message, and choose a game to start playing right away. After you finish a round, people in the conversation will see your score and will have the opportunity to challenge you back. People can also discover games within the Messenger search field, or on Facebook News Feed where they can play solo or challenge friends back in Messenger.

They also write that “1 billion people use messenger every month,” so you can expect for Earth’s collective productivity to drop by a seventh.

Instant Games is available today. Check out Facebook’s blog for more info.

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