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Prominent theoretical chemist David Glowacki was ejected from a classical music concert at England’s Bristol Old Vic in June for disrupting a performance of Handel’s “Messiah” by attempting to crowd-surf in front of the stage.

Dr. Glowacki, an expert in non-equilibrium molecular reaction dynamics and who is presently a visiting scientist at Stanford University, was attending a special, “informal” performance at which audience members were encouraged to stand and cheer loudly instead of showing the usual demure appreciation. He said afterward that he could not control himself when the performance moved to the “Hallelujah Chorus.”

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I think some people may be answering seriously and some are being silly and making a joke. When I was younger I would do the dumb blonde act and say things to be funny, but so many people didn't get it.

Which reminds me of the blonde telling her friends that she uses Dramamine when she feels drama coming on and they should too. I am not sure if she is an idiot or if she is totally hilarious and people have just bought her routine.

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**snicker**

this surprises you?

most people swallow the "news" without questioning a word....

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The stupidity of people never, ever ceases to amaze me.

Turns out lots of non-"Jurassic Park" fans on Facebook didn't realize that Jay Branscomb was joking when he posted a "disgraceful" photo of a "despicable man" — namely director Steven Spielberg — posing with a poached triceratops. It's been shared over 30,000 times! One Facebook commenter who was in the dark about the animal's extinction wrote, "Disgusting! I bet he only kept the horns!"

HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of people have made these ridiculous comments on the picture, seemingly unaware that he is posing with a prop from a movie of an animal that's been dead for millions of years.

My GOD...

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I'm sure my wife will appreciate that I've reduced her risks of disease over the years. I'm wondering if the guy got a grant to study farts? Tax dollars at work, I'm glad its the queens taxes this time.

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Study: Smelling farts is good for your health

The next time someone at your office lets out a "silent but deadly" emission, maybe you should thank them. A new study at the University of Exeter suggests that smelling farts could prevent disease and even cancer.

The study, published in the Medicinal Chemistry Communications journal, found that flatulence could be a key factor in treating diseases.

"Although hydrogen sulfide gas is well known as a pungent, foul-smelling gas in rotten eggs and flatulence, it is naturally produced in the body and could in fact be a healthcare hero with significant implications for future therapies for a variety of diseases," Dr. Mark Wood, a professor at the University of Exeter, said in a statement.

While hydrogen sulfide gas is harmful in large doses, smelling it in small amounts could reduce the risk of cancer, strokes, heart attacks, arthritis, and dementia by preserving the body's mitochondria. Dr. Matt Whiteman, a University of Exeter professor who worked on the study, said in a statement that researchers are even replicating the natural gas to reap its health benefits.

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savandwin, being from NYS and NJ we had trouble with our bird feeders. Squirrels, and Bear never saw Deer. You have to do a bit of engineering. Get the bird feeder on a rope and pulley attached to a high branch. This way you can lower the feeder to fill it and tie it off high enough so they can't reach it. Put a metal circle so the Squirrels can't slide down rope or jump to it. Other option move to Colorado. We have a open field and the Hawks and Coyotes take care of the Squirrels

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WTF........We had a squirrel destroy our bird feeder a few weeks ago, since I missed seeing the birds I finally went out and got a metal mesh one hoping it would survive more then 1 month. For a week the birds ignored it. Yesterday for the first time I see the birds are back. I'm so excited.We've got lovely several Blue Bunting, Cardinals and wrens of all assorted types. Today I notice the feeder is completely empty so I fill it once more. While I'm out there I proceed to water the flowers in the front. As I head back to the patio I see this Deer chowing down on bird seed. He has tipped the feeder in such a way it looks like he is throwing down a container of Tic Tacs!!!! He hears and and runs away only to return a few minutes later and "finish" his snack!!!!He then strolls over to the bird bath which I just filled, has his fill and prances away. It's 2 :oo in the middle of the damn day, we live on the edge of the woods....surely there is something more delicious then my Bird Seed . He seems very young and is completely unafraid that my cats are going crazy in the window and I am inside taking pictures not 10 feet from him.

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VA....that is so cute.....even in the middle of the night. I'm a huge cat fan and a sucker for cute behavior. We have 2 little devils...I mean Angels and their antics crack me up even when it involves a huge mess they've just made....which is OFTEN ! Mrs Sav

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I'm pretty sure I mentioned this somewhere before, but...

My cat has started mimicking the word "hello". It began a few weeks ago, although originally it was pushing it a bit to say she was "saying" the word (it sounded more like "erroooow" with the O sound drawn out), it has become very clear that she is actually saying the word "hello", pronounced like a human would imitating how they would imagine a cat would say it, and she has gotten much better at it, to the point where any person would agree she's mimicking the word "hello". She did it incessantly for a few minutes in the middle of the night - probably 30 - 40 times. And I'm not nuts or dreaming - the Mrs. woke up too "why is the cat saying "Hello"???"

While you might think we're losing our minds, youtube is full of videos of cats saying the word "hello", with various levels of clarity. It seems that this is both a (relatively) easy word for cats to mimic, and possibly it's a word they hear a lot.

Now if only I could teach her to answer the phone.

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