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Is your weird Uncle Herbert spending too much time at Disney recently?

It may be because a urologist at Michigan State University recently "discovered that riding a roller coaster helps patients pass kidney stones with nearly a 70 percent success rate."





As it turns out, not every roller coaster is equal for stone passage, "Big Thunder Mountain was the only one that worked. We tried Space Mountain and Aerosmith's Rock 'n' Roller Coaster and both failed."

Read more about the discovery of fun, cheaper healthcare here.


Metro Los Angeles just wants people to be safe when riding the train. These new eye-catching videos provide a warning about the gruesome fate you might meet if you don't follow the rules.

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Mountain lions shouldn't look like this.

This beast of a species at a glance appears to have teeth that are straight up growing out the top it's head.

Scientists are all at once baffled, befuddled, and utterly torn over what this might mean; perhaps some sort of misplaced and abandoned alien species? Who's to say?

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When the Duggars aren't counting their kids or fighting against marriage equality and then being caught in a sexual assault and infidelity scandal, there are thinking up unique baby names.

Jessa Duggar Seewald and her husband Ben Seewald have named their newborn baby...wait for it...

Spurgeon.

In a video posted on the Duggar family YouTube channel, the proud parents explain that the name is taken from a pastor who's teaching have influenced them.

How wholesome.

Urban Dictionary has a slightly different meaning for Spurgeon.

WTF of The Day: Chinese Man Marries Sex Doll Because He Has Terminal Cancer
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This is one of those stories where you don't know if you should feel sad or grossed out.

A man in China has married a realistic sex doll because he has terminal cancer and wants to feel the joy of marriage without leaving behind a grieving widow.

The 28-year-old man has not yet been identified, but some are suggesting this could all just be a marketing stunt.

Nevertheless, the (happy?) couple had one beautiful wedding photo shoot...

We wish the couple much happiness. And the man many nights of fapping.

A man died after being run over by a Jelly Belly CEO's husband driving a tank
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In a very sad and very weird story, a man lost his life after being run over by a tank, driven by a Jelly Belly executive's husband.

Oh, and it happened during a family reunion.

Apparently, the family-owned confectionary company is staffed with lovers of big military stuff. They need people to maintain and handle that big military stuff. Kevin Wright was one of those people.



The Los Angeles Times sheds some light on this strange story:



The accident occurred about 2:25 p.m. Saturday afternoon on the property of fourth-generation candy maker Herman Rowland Sr. during a family reunion, authorities said. Rowland is a collector of the military vehicles, which he stores in a restoration facility known as "The Tank Barn," the Daily Republic reported.

Rowland's daughter, Lisa Rowland Brasher, was named chief executive in March and reports to her father, who is now the company's chairman. It was her husband, Dwayne Brasher, 62, of Vacaville, who was driving the 1944 M5 tank, authorities said.

The California Highway Patrol said the victim was Kevin Wright, 54, of Suisun City, Calif.



Here's a picture of Wright:



Maybe the Jelly Belly family will stick to more pacifist hobbies in the future.

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Now this is a mad tea party.

A man was snorkeling in the Colorado River on Monday, when he was shocked to find two skeletons.

He quickly contacted the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office about the “human remains,” and they sent personnel out to investigate.

The sheriff’s office reported wrote about the incident on their Facebook page Monday, with a video one of their divers took of the scene.

“When Firefighter Foerstner located the alleged remains, he found it to be an underwater tea-party with two fake skeletons sitting in lawn chairs,” they wrote.

Fortunately they were not real bones, but we still don’t know who put them there and why.

There are some clues however, so the Internet can speculate to their heart’s content.

One of the skeletons was wearing a pair of aviator sunglasses, and the the other was holding a sign that contained what appears to be the phrase “Bernie Livin the Dream in the River” as well as the date “August 16, 2014.”

This has some people thinking it is some sort of “Weekend at Bernie’s” joke.

The police told AP they won’t be looking into it any further.

“I don’t think they were trying to set up anything to scare anyone. I think they were gonna try to be funny,” said Lt. Curtis Bagby.

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