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Hear and Now: Chatbot Takes on Parking Tickets — and Wins

Plus, the HowStuffWorks Now podcast also brings you bad news about childhood moves and unusual news about a man and his beloved phone.

from Mail Online

Crocodile in the clouds: Nature's beautiful animal creations are captured on camera

This crocodile cloud formation was taken by Rob Millenaar at 40,000ft above China Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1357566/Crocodile-clouds-One-natures-beautiful-creations-captured-camera.html#ixzz1E9JcoL1z

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from MNN - Mother Nature Network

16 unlikely animal friendships

In 2006, a photographer in India snapped this photo of a mouse perched on the back of a frog as floodwaters rose. The annual summer monsoon rains arrived early that year, but this lucky little mouse managed to keep its head above water, thanks to a froggy friendship. Check out more unlikely animal friends!

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from The Forward

The Polish Hipster Who Found Out He’s Jewish — and Reclaimed Warsaw Building

Two years ago, the serenity of the residents at 62 Zlota Street was disturbed. Krzysztof Gutkowski and Ida Zagrzejewska, a thirty-something Polish couple, entered the large building in the Polish capital with unusual news. “Nice to meet you, we are your new landlords,” they told the dozens of speechless tenants.

from About.com Tech

The Stickiest, Clickiest, Most Addictive Sites on the Web

Fark is an aggregator for bizarre and weird news. That means: offbeat and unusual news stories from around the globe are assembled at this one website for quick browsing. Read about kangaroos goaded into fighting clowns, cross-dressing sensitivity training for policemen, undertakers who raise money by offering free limo rides, naked air traffic controllers, homeless people who become famous chefs, robbers who target celebrity homes, chickens who adopt puppies. Bizarre? Yes. Addictive? You…

Christine Chubbuck was the first and only TV news reporter to commit suicide during a live television broadcast. On July 15, 1974, eight minutes into the broadcast, the depressed reporter said “In keeping with Channel 40’s policy of bringing you the latest in blood and guts, and in living colour, you are going to see another first: an attempted suicide.” With that, Chubbuck drew up a revolver and shot herself in the head.

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