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  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
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    TF2: How to play Cat and Mouse #4 (feat. siN)

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
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    NSFW 10 Worst School Teachers Ever

    From a teacher who taped a student’s mouth shut to a sicko who fed his pupils sperm cookies, we count ten of the worst educators on Earth.

  • Deal
    4 years ago
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    Papa Johns Coupons - RetailMeNot

    Check out these Papa Johns coupon codes and deals from RetailMeNot and save an average of $7!

  • Review
    4 years ago
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    I am Bread review: This physics simulator is toasted to not-quite-perfection

    I am Bread is the dumbest thing to come along since Goat Simulator.

  • Review
    4 years ago
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    Does 'Minions' Stand Up to 'Despicable Me'?

    Starring Sandra Bullock Rated PG Three-and-a-half out of five stars In "Minions," we learn the back story of the yellow, Tic Tac-looking, gibberish-speaking henchmen we first met in the "Despicable Me" movies. We even learn where ...

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
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    Heavy Rains Bring Mosquitos and West Nile Virus to the Midwest

    Heavy rains in the Midwest has introduced a thicker-than-usual mosquito season in Ohio. And with, unfortunately, there may also be a rise in West Nile Virus cases over the next several months. As a matter of fact, mosquito pools from five separate he ...

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
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    Graham: Trump is a 'wrecking ball' for future of GOP

    Republican presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham says rival Donald Trump is a “wrecking ball” for the future of the GOP with Hispanic voters. Graham is calling on the party to push back.

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
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    Eurozone Leaders to Meet on Greece After Finance Ministers Hit Impasse - The New York Times

    Eurozone heads of state gathered here on Sunday, with just hours remaining to reach a deal to keep Greece in Europe’s common currency.

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
    +1 1 0

    Government selects panel to review the future of the BBC - BBC News

    Culture Secretary John Whittingdale sets up an advisory board to carry out a fundamental review of the BBC.

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    +2 2 0

    The great gluten-free diet fad - BBC News

    The trendy gluten-free diet has helped my son enormously - although for him it's not a fad but a medical necessity.

  • Text Post
    4 years ago
    +6 6 0

    What is your craziest work story?

    Just post and discuss your craziest work story ever.

    I work as a delivery driver at Papa John's in my hometown, and this story comes from not long after I got hired. Now, delivery drivers are reliant on getting accurate information on where the customer lives so that, obviously, we can get to their address in a timely manner and give them their pies. In order to do this, when one of our crew members takes an order we have to record down the customer's address on the computer monitors there whilst talking with them on the phone at the same time. Normally, this doesn't present any major issues since return customers have their information already in our database and we can just have them confirm. However, this is a whole different story.

    So one of our guys answers a call from a gentleman wanting some pizza. For the sake of privacy I won't give away his five-digit address, and just say "*****" where that would be. Now, the man lives on ***** SE 286th St, but the dumbass answering his call (I never found out who handled his order) plugged in ***** SE 286th Ave. This is major, since not only are the two points miles from each other, but while the correct address was in a fairly standard, nice, suburban area, the erroneous (and nonexistant) address was located in a hicky area where it's not unusual to find cougars in your yard and upscale, sociopathic roughnecks are everywhere.

    So anyway, it's 7:00 and I have just returned to the store from my third run of the night. I have just a half-hour left before I need to clock out, so taking this last run would mean having to go overtime; that's okay though since I had nothing else going on later and I could use the extra money, not to mention all our other drivers are out (Saturday night and all). So I take that and another (supposedly close by) order and head out. It took 20 minutes for these orders to leave the door.

    So, I arive at my first destination, itself at the edge of both our delivery area and of civilization (literally, right next door to the Seattle watershed, which stretches up to the Cascade crest 30 miles away). Already it's been 35 minutes for these orders (15 minutes out), so I knew I had to make it quick. I go up to the door, hand the couple their pizzas and garlic knots, and take the receipt and head off. Now, in theory, the second address was only a little over a mile away. I head off in that direction and locate 286th Avenue. According to my directions sheet, at this point I had to turn right here and my destination would be on the left in not too long. However, after seeing nothing but bog I get confused. There are houses on another road behind this bog, but none are of the right address at all. I find the house whose address number is only one less, so logic would dictate that the place I'm looking for is only accross the street from here. No dice. I go around in circles for 10 minutes, trying to locate the address. I'm scared to ask the locals for directions, so I call up the guy on the receipt. I'm suspicious because it's an out-of-state phone number, and after ringing a few times he never answers.

    It's been 15 minutes. I'm in a panic, on the verge of tears as sweat forms on my face. I call the store back up and get another driver, who looks at the map. He claims he's familiar with the area and tells me that there are two 286th Avenues there, one of which I needed to turn left, rather than right, to reach. So I head up that way, only to look at the addresses and think to myself "this can't possibly be right." So I hang up and call the guy again. This time he answers. I tell him I'm having trouble locating his address and ask him for some help. I rattle off his address, and he points out that he lives on ***** SE 286th Street.

    It takes me a couple seconds for my brain to click. "Well. SHIT," I think. I profusely apologize for the lateness and head off in that direction. I'm on 224th Street, so I know 286th is several miles south and it's already been over an hour (we're supposed to have orders take no longer than about 45 minutes). A few minutes later, I'm back in town and try to find where the intersection of 225th Avenue and 286th Street is, knowing his house is nearby. Unfortunately, the grid is a bitch so I get lost again. It's pushing 90 minutes and blood is pouring out of all my orifaces while I grasp at straws. I call him again to get further directions, the call drops. I call again, no fucking response. Just as I get back on the highway, he calls me, and I ask him for directions. Problem is, he just moved up from Oregon so he has no clue where he is in terms of landmarks, and only tells me he lives in Pebble Creek subdivision. I have no fucking clue where Pebble Creek is and my head is spinning in circles. I call him and tell him that I'll get back with him about his order, but in my head I'm like "fuck this, I'm an hour overtime and that pizza is as cold as Tuktoyaktuk in January."

    Having admitted defeat and it being close to dark, I trundle back to base like a drunken student out of Manchester, explain what happened to manager, she ultimately decides it wasn't my fault and goes to clock me out. As I go get my extra cash, another driver points out that I can always confirm locations on the map. Yeah, I think, but that wouldn't have done me a lick of good since that would have still pointed me to the wrong place in the first place, and by the time it would have done something, it's been over an hour, the pizza needs to be remade, and the poor customer thinks we're the stupidest shit ever, much like Energy Ball Jellicent. So after all that shit, the manager tells me to take a breath and relax, I take my tip money, and go to the nearby Dairy Queen for some comfort food.

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  • Analysis
    4 years ago
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    Smart people live longer, new study says

    A new study from a team of researchers at three American universities has shown a correlation between levels of education and mortality rates.

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
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    Bumblebees endangered by inability to adapt to climate change

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  • Current Event
    4 years ago
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    Popular Bird-dating Game, Hatoful Boyfriend is coming to PS4 and PS Vita on 21st July

    The bird-dating dating game – Hatoful Boyfriend – which gathered fame across Japan, is now coming to invade western game market. The bird-dating game willbe released on 21st July to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
    +19 20 1

    Greece debt crisis: Eurozone predicts tough talks - BBC News

    Eurozone finance leaders warn of "extremely tough" negotiations ahead as they consider Greece's latest proposals for a third bailout.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
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    ★~EPIC SHINX SWEEP~★

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
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    iksD | TF2 Frag Clip of the Day #547 BeS #2

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
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    Study: Last time it was this hot, seas rose 20 feet

    According to a new study, the last time the planet featured a run of temperatures as high as today's, the oceans rose a total of 20 feet.

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
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    Greeks facing day of judgment in struggle to stay in eurozone

    Greece could be cut loose and plunged into financial collapse if it fails to win over EU leaders at a weekend of summits to decide its fate

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
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    Confederate flag taken down from South Carolina capitol - BBC News

    The Confederate flag is removed from South Carolina capitol grounds in a ceremony led by the state's governor after flying there for more than 50 years.