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Greta says “How dare you!!!”

“You are failing us. But the young people are starting to understand your betrayal. The eyes of all future generations are upon you. And if you choose to fail us, I say: We will never forgive you. We will not let you get away with this. Right here, right now is where we draw the line. The world is waking up. And change is coming, whether you like it or not.”

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Ms. Piggy gets a New Phat Drug

In the vast wasteland that is the Internet, BIG Pharma has shat yet another advertisement for (yet another) miracle drug…

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The Science behind falling in love

You know those warm fuzzy feelings that make us want to be with a person more than anything? These do not come from our hearts, as popularized by romantic folklore, but mostly from our brains. We fall in love for a number of reasons, and our body responds accordingly with a cocktail of hormones strong enough to get us hooked.

Read more here:

https://www.msn.com/en-au/lifestyle/other/the-science-behind-falling-in-love/ss-BBTwwYx

Canada leads the way (once again)

Fast eclipsing it’s southern neighbour, Canada took the final leap today and legalized weed.

The FIRST G7 Nation to do so, Canada becomes the second country after Uruguay (of all places) to completely allow marijuana use by its citizens without reproach of prosecution. Pushing it one step further, forthcoming full pardons for simple pot possession are expected soon. GO CANADA!

SMART ! The tourism is going to go batshit next summer as those poor Americans head north to herb country.

FRANKENFONE© | Can YOU put it down?

It’s a brave new world. And it’s affecting you daily in a most insidious way – the death of intimacy and the lost art of conversation. Many people simply cannot relate to others unless a keyboard is present. Read the rest of this entry »

Photos to Leave You Mesmerized

Photo of the Year: Above the Polar Bear (Phantom 4 Pro)

More than 4400 submissions from 101 countries made it to the Aerial Photography Awards. Only seven have been selected as winners in the categories that include urban, wildlife, sport, people, nature, abstract and an overall photo of the year. The winning photo of the year went to a French photographer Florian Ledoux.

His shows a polar bear crossing over ice blue water. The photo was snapped in Nunavut while he was working on a report about wildlife in the area. Florian said, “I have witnessed incredible moments and scenes of the wild, but I can guarantee you that this, by far, is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. I hope that future generations will still be able to witness the beauty and grandeur of the Arctic wildlife the same way we do today.”

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We’re on a planet in outer space!

We’re on a planet in outer space! Happy Earth Day 2018.

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