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Stuff People Can Disclose After Expired Non-Disclosure Agreements

Whether it comes from a legal dispute, or part of being hired to work at a company, sometimes people are sworn to secrecy via non-disclosure agreements. Those can expire, and now people have old secrets burning holes in their mind pockets. Every industry has it's dirty secrets.

Things people agreed to not tell in expired Non-Disclosure Agreements | idrawstone 40.1k points 1 day ago cake/cupcake shop used work claimed everything homemade, but used Pillsbury cake mix as base.
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Tumblr Thread on Ape Sign Language Is a Feels Trip

There have been a few high profile cases of researchers teaching gorillas and chimps sign language. Here Tumblr shares some of the dark and incredible moments with different apes and ASL. For some more everyday moments of animal intelligence, here are the most creepily intelligent things peoples pets have done. For some interesting tumblr animal stuff, here's an informative thread on how cats became domesticated.

Stories of sad and wholesome ape sign language from tumblr | Even more interestingly, after Washoe and Loulis bonded, she started teaching him American Sign Language same way human parents teach their children only took Loulis days to learn his first Washoe. and aside the seven that his human handlers learned around him. he learned to speak in ASL just as
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Live stand-up comedy is a hard thing to do during a nationwide quarantine. This particular approach has audience members drive in and tune in to a particular radio station tuned to each comic's mic. To get some real-time feedback there's the policy of "honk when you laugh." It's weird to see a parking lot full of cars honking and have it be a good thing, but the idea is definitely a creative solution to the issue of holding a live event.

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Museum Asked People to Recreate Art and They Nailed It

The Getty Museum challenged the people of twitter to recreate famous art pieces with things lying around their house. Of course, people were bored and creative enough to do it. For a weirder time people were asked to do art, here's the time people were asked to draw a duck, and they responded.

Museum asks people to recreate art | Napoleon Crossing the Alps painting by Jacques-Louis David recreated by a man wearing a sombrero and a red blanket riding a person in a horse maks
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Eye-Defying Photos of Strange Perspective

With some quirky camera angles, reflective surfaces and well placed shadows, just about anything can become double-take inducing photo of intriguing perspective. Stain on the ground next to a garbage can? Shazam, floating garbage can. Weirdly placed dog? Kaboom, guy with a dog face. Our eyes constantly deceive us, giving us real life optical illusions and double takery.

Real life optical illusions to cause double-takes | person lying down on train tracks and looking into a tunnel with the angle making it seem as if they're hanging above a hole in the ground | stain on the pavement that looks like the shadow of a floating trash can
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Mom Hammers Lying Lady and Corrupt Cop Boyfriend

Being in a car accident is stressful enough. Throw on some fraudulent accident reports and you've got yourself a legal nightmare that this mom handled like a beast. For another tale of satisfying revenge, here is an entitled neighbor who chopped down a tree that ended up costing 700 K.

Mom gets legal revenge on lying woman and cop who lied about car accident | r/ProRevenge Posted by u/alex567890101 10 hours ago Woman Damages my Mom's Car and Blames my Mom. Her Corrupt Cop Boyfriend Covers Up and Ruins Both Their Reputations don't know if this counts as Pro Revenge or not but thought pretty funny and they got they deserved. This post is super long so have TLDR at end some background live predominantly white suburban town New Jersey and my family is Asian. Although town is
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Lighter Conspiracy Theories People Believe Mostly for Fun

Let's face it, most of us are too paranoid for our own good. We make up stories and wild explanations for even the smallest things in our lives. Most are outlandish and are more an exercise in creativity, but some of these conspiracy theories seem to make almost too much sense.

Fun conspiracy theories | tweet by tiefling_sorceress 22.2k points 1 day ago edited 1 day ago 32 fashion industry makes too much money purses care about making pockets women easily available
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This probably seems like the furthest thing from anything you're worried about right now. But hey, look at that, you can make a rooster fall asleep by drawing a line in front of its face.

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Tumblr Drops Intriguing Knowledge on Ancient Female Pharaoh

Apparently by trying to erase the long and successful reign of this pharaoh, using her stuff as wall filler and throwing all her junk in a dump, they accidentally ended up preserving it. Pretty neat. Tumblr reviews some wild corners of history, like this thread that actually makes history fun. Here's another archaeology themed Tumblr thread about craftspeople being able to identify things that archaeologists couldn't.

Tumblr thread on interesting female pharaoh history | demands-with-menace Queen Hatshepsut Ancient Egypt. She has lovely smile someone who's been dead thousands years | deux-zero-deux she wasn't queen. she pharaoh and wanted be referred as such. she even had her statues modeled after male pharaoh's statues state her dominance and authority. she actually one most successful pharaohs all ancient egyptian history and she reigned longer than any other woman power egypt. cumleak damn no wonder she
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When the Carolina Hurricanes found that they were in need of an emergency goalie, the 42-year-old Zamboni driver David Ayres stepped in to make 8 saves and help the team beat the Maple Leafs.

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The video doesn't offer much explanation as to why these guys are detonating anything at the end of this pipe, but holy crap. The sound and speed is reminiscent of a jet breaking the sound barrier. Surprisingly, the op says that only basic earplugs are required for protection against this monster.

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This bar code reader is connected to a a speaker rather than a cash register, and scanning different bar codes generates different sounds. It sounds like it makes good impromptu techno. Pretty cool.

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Just a coyote waiting for his badger friend to enter a culvert to cross under a highway. Apparently these guys has have been known for a little while and pop up from time to time. It really makes you wonder how well they understand each other.

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Hungry Trees that Enveloped Stuff

Trees and plants have the incredible ability to keep trying even when the odds are stacked against them. It's really all they can do. Take these unstoppable plants who won't take no for an answer. Here are some trees that munched on the stuff around them, which turned out to be a whole lot of bikes and abandoned weapons.

Trees that grew around objects | photos of an old canon ball or some other kind of projectile that is visibly aged and rusting stuck inside a tree trunk that grew around it
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Man's Story About His Canteen Guy Puts Things In Perspective

Given the prompt of a "story that would change how they see the world," this dude answered with an eye opening story about the canteen guy at his work. It starts with his frustration over the guy's lateness, but that quickly becomes justified. If you find yourself in a compassionate mood, here are some wholesome memes.

A guy's story about the hard life of his canteen guy puts things in perspective.
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