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The poor hawk got stuck on this dude's porch, and after he wasn't able to shoo it away, he naturally just decided to pick up the beast with his bare hands. Can't say that this would be the typical approach to such a life development, but here we are. 

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Nothing quite manages to melt our hearts and lift our spirits like seeing someone use their mad tech skills to take a revenge on the irritating scammers of the world. This particular modern day hero managed to hack right into some scammers' CCTV's. Naturally, what ensues is nothing short of glorious. 

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Let's all come into agreement that grandmaster is easily one of the coolest titles to have associated with your name. Maurice Ashley makes quick and easy work of this spicy New York trash talker in a game of chess. It was all over when that pawn took out a couple knights. There isn't really any kind of rebuttal for that. 

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Even if you had a neighbor playing this it'd pretty much be impossible to be mad. Way too cool. 

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She makes it look way too easy. It's no small feat at all being able to quick shift a Detroit semi truck like she's doing. A true master of the craft right here. Check out some more solid truck driving content with this AskReddit thread where long haul truckers describe the creepiest things they've seen on the road

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People's Biggest Flexes They Tell No One

Everyone's sense of achievement is a little bit different, but we've all done things we consider great, whether they were planned or totally accidental. You could be talking to someone for an hour and never know they once held the world record in Buck Hunt or if they're a double jointed. People do some amazing things, like these "I'll do it myself" moments in history.

funny achievements people don't tell anyone | _dontjimthecamera 39.3k points 12 hours ago 3 8 12 3 15 5 my public speaking class had give speech on procrastination wrote speech an hour before class my feedback notes told had great preparation.
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It only took 51 grueling years of hard work and dedication, but on December 3rd, 2020 an international three-person team of codebreakers finally managed to have a breakthrough on the evil, notorious Zodiac Killer's 340 cypher. By December 5th they officially cracked the damn thing. Way to go guys!

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Anyone else get some sort of emotions with this beautiful performance? The moment when he delved into the Zelda theme was definitely something special. 

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This guy was really playing with fire when it came to how close he took his drone to that train. Literally flew it into a moving boxcar at one point. That could've ended up being a complete disaster. 

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Heroic Women That Deserve More Recognition

Sometimes historians don't do the best job at properly noting, and giving credit to the people that very well could've altered history itself with the decisions they made. This particular AskReddit thread pays homage to the women that often get overlooked in history, but had profound contributions to society. 

AskReddit thread about impactful women that often get overlooked in history | fergi20020 550 points 14 hours ago Anna Connelly invented fire escape 1887 same year, Josephine Cochrane invented dishwasher.
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Jon Rahm defied everyone's expectations when he somehow managed to skip a ball off a pond into the literal hole. This looks like it's some kind of cheat code shot right out of a video game. 

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We love those moments when it seems like a moment right out of a video game itself, ends up occurring back in the real world. We have a feeling that this is one of those stunts that looks way easier to pull off, than it actually is. For another video game IRL moment, check out this random dude in NYC who was an actual Oblivion NPC

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This kid doesn't even have to worry about showing up late to class...the teacher probably just waits patiently to see what lesson he'll learn from him that day. 

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For some of us, the struggle just persists with an infuriating stubborn fortitude until we've all but lost hope. For John Mayer, it gives way to bursts of pure brilliance. At least that's what this was. 

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This girl's name is Alma Deutscher, and apparently nowadays she's 15-years-old, and has already released two operas, as well as numerous other compositions. Some kids are just born into this world with an unfathomable amount of talent. 

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A true champion can pull off the glorious victory with any gear. Even a spectator's after their bike breaks down.