love murder This Woman Came Back From The Dead To Spite the Husband Who Paid to Have Her Murdered
Via: BBC
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Noela Rukundo lived happily in Australia with her husband Balenga Kalala until she left to visit the country of Burundi where she grew up for her stepmother's funeral. 

In Burundi, she stepped out for some air after finishing a phone call with her loving husband to meet a man with a gun pointed at her.  Under the threat of death, she did what he told her to do and was taken to a secluded place where her kidnappers met with other gang members. Fortunately for her, the hitmen her husband sent to kill her were principled. 

They told her they don't kill women and children so after some theatrics over the phone, during which she heard her own husband command them to "Kill her" and the hitmen demanded more money and told him that she was dead. 

With evidence from her would-be killers she headed home to crash her own funeral. She showed up right as mourning friends and family were leaving her husband's home.


via ABC

What kind of thing would you say to the person you love who tried to have you murdered?  Rukundo told the BBC she just said, "Surprise! I'm still alive!"

donald trump hair This Website Will Help You Release Your Frustration on Donald Trump's Combover
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When the presidential race is all too much and you can't stand to hear another hate-filled speech, there's always TrumpDonald.org.  Will it fix anything? No. But it will make you feel better. 



Just toot that horn and instantly feel your troubles blow away like what's left of Trump's awful hair. 

art time travel conspiracy Some Say This Ancient Greek Sculpture is Proof of Time Travel
Via: dailymail
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Take a look at this Greek sculpture, notice anything suspicious? What about the woman reading from her LAPTOP? 



That's what some conspiracy theorists have said. Or it could be a rectangular box. Watch this video made by Youtuber StillSpeakingOut and THEN decide if you think the conspiracy is true:



Still think it's just a rectangular box, probably for jewlery? Yea, it probably is. HOWEVER, an alternative theory suggests that if it's not a box and it's not a laptop, it's probably a wax tablet that the Ancient Greeks used for writing all the time. 


via Wikimedia Commons

kanye west twitter This Is Not Really a Rolling Stone Cover. Sadly, We May Never Know Kanye's Feelings on Mustard
Via: @kanyewest
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This magazine cover was made by Tyler the Creator as part of an increasingly ridiculous roll out of Kanye West's newest album "So Help Me God/Swish/Wave/Whatever He's Calling It Today". Rolling Stone has confirmed that it is not an upcoming cover but it seems like Kanye wants to convince them by getting support from the public.



You can call this image funny, stupid, "unauthorized", whatever you want, just don't call it fake. 

lego A LEGO Fan Built a 4½ Foot Long SHIELD Helicarrier Using Only Images From the Avengers Movie for Reference
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LEGO has its own official Helicarrier kit but this fan made one is twice as big and uses five times as many pieces according to the Brothers Brick



The fan who made this scale model used the images from the 2012 Avengers movie as reference to design a large and detailed model that would be easy to transport. It is now on display in a LEGO store in Taipei.

If you're reading this, it's your lucky day. It doesn't matter which side you're on, at least some of these Tweets are guaranteed to fill you with rage. The hashtag #MillennialBillofRights is full of as many young people bemoaning their crushing debt as it is Baby Boomers parroting the usual "kids these days" complaints. Enjoy.

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nobel prize donald trump Donald Trump Has Something in Common With Hitler and Stalin, A Nobel Peace Prize Nomination
Via: telegraph
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You may be thinking, how would someone like Trump, who's speeches are so hateful that the UK debated banning him, get nominated to win a prize all about PEACE? Well, lots of people can nominate someone for a Nobel Prize. According to the Nobel Prize website:

Each year, thousands of members of academies, university professors, scientists, previous Nobel Laureates and members of parliamentary assemblies and others, are asked to submit candidates for the Nobel Prizes for the coming year. These nominators are chosen in such a way that as many countries and universities as possible are represented over time.

So, they don't let just anyone nominate, but they let a lot of people do it. It's also worth saying that this nomination is considered extremely unlikely to win. In fact, some might consider nominating Trump for a Peace Prize kind of embarrassing, which is probably why the US politician who nominated him remains anonymous.  

Kristian Berg Harpviken, director of Oslo’s Peace Research Institute, who was interviewed about the nomination by The Telegraph said that the reasoning behind Trump's nomination focused on “his vigorous peace-through-strength ideology”.  According to Harpviken, citing what most people would refer to as Trump's hate speech is probably not going to impress the judges. 

Now if they focused more on the fact that his presidential run has brought about photoshopping his lips onto puffer fish, I think he might have a chance. 


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