The Best Baguette in Paris [video]

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Colonel Sanders Led An ‘Interesting’ Life

According to Cracked –

World-changing innovators all seem to have one thing in common: They’re just barely able to function in polite society. It’s easy to imagine that all of them are one or two decisions away from bankruptcy, jail, or having exploded themselves in a garage experiment. They’re the ones who keep going a hundred steps beyond where any rational person would quit. And above all else, they have a pathological inability to give a shit what anyone else thinks.

You know, people like Harland “Colonel” Sanders, the man who became a fast food logo. He spent his youth getting fired from various jobs, and at one point shot a dude at a convenience store. If you’ve ever been told you’re too much of a f***-up to get anywhere in life, I’d urge you to read this.

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Best Street Food Finds in London [video]

Photos Of The Week – March 15, 2019

From The Atlantic –

A rabbit in war-torn Syria, an underwater-photography exhibit in China, sorrow in Ethiopia after a terrible plane crash, water shortages in Venezuela, cherry blossoms in China, a pagan festival near Moscow, fire-walking in Japan, terror in New Zealand, voting in North Korea, a global youth protest against climate-change inaction, and much more

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Shrinking Frog Begins As A Very Large Tadpole That Turns Into A Much Smaller Frog

photo from wikimedia

 

According to wikipedia –

Pseudis paradoxa, known as the paradoxical frog or shrinking frog, is a species of hylid frog from South America.[2] Its name refers to the very large—up to 25 cm (10 in) long—tadpole (typical of the genus Pseudis), which in turn becomes an ordinary-sized frog, only about a quarter of its former length.

Wikipedia page HERE.

‘Elixir of Immortality’ Found In 2,000-Year-Old Chinese Tomb

According to Gizmodo –

A yellowish liquid found in a bronze pot dating back some 2,000 years is not wine, as Chinese archaeologists initially thought. It’s actually an “elixir of immortality” concocted during ancient times.

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Fastest Car On Ice 215 MPH, 346 Km/H [video]


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