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Bill Murray voices Baloo in the upcoming live action remake of "The Jungle Book." Now watch him sing 'The Bare Necessities" with his co-star Neel Sethi.

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A man created this creepy, lifelike Scarlett Johansson robot with some ingenuity and a 3D printer.  Actually, he didn't explicity create a ScarJobot, he based the likeness off a Hollywood celebrity who he does not want to name. But we can make a pretty good guess....



So the likeness is...weird but it seems like the creator, Ricky Ma, is a true robot enthusiast. He says he really just wanted to build a robot and it took a long time (and $50,000) to acquire the parts and skills to come this far. He told the Daily Mirror:

When I started building it, I realised it would involve dynamics, electromechanics and programming. I have never studied programming, how was I supposed to code?

Additionally, I needed to build 3D models for all the parts inside the robot. Also, I had to make sure the robot's external skin and its internal parts could fit together. When you look at everything together, it was really difficult.

Via: PIAOB TV
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This 'Cool Mom', in Florida of course, arranged for a stripper to be the entertainment for her son's 8th birthday party. That's right, the child was turning 8-years old, and she got him a stripper.



In the long run, it's debatable which would be more damaging later in life, a stripper or a clown at your birthday party. My money would be on the stripper (literally) though.

3AM on the 7 train. MTA subways come equipped with cuddly rats. #mta #goingyourway #nycsubway

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New York has a pretty bad reputation for having rats in the subway without having one crawl up on a guy's shoulder and try to get cozy with him. New York city cops have recently stressed that "Subways are not for sleeping". They claim it's to reduce the chance of theft but it looks like there's another safety issue that passengers should be aware of.

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This issue caused a lot of controversy when British builder Paul Hopkinson originally shared this video on Costa Coffee's Facebook page.  

Responses ranged from angry (and very British) to extremely pragmatic.  Costa coffee themselves also responded to point out that the larger cup has space at the top and if the smaller cup did too that would equal the difference in size AND that the larger cup has two shots of espresso as opposed to one. 


via Paul Hopkinson

As for the engineer's math, we're going to take his word for it and assume that he's solved the mystery of why both cups seem to hold about the same amount of liquid. 

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This video was released as part of the $5 million campaign to bring tourists and businesses to Rhode Island.  Unless you're from Rhode Island, or maybe Iceland it can be hard to tell that one of these pieces of generic stock footage is actually from the city of Reykjavik. 



This scene is not in Rhode Island, it's in front of the Harpa concert hall, which some social media users quickly noticed did not belong there. Officials say the editing company made a mistake and will be fixing it at no additional cost. That doesn't mean it hasn't attracted some ridicule on the internet.


via @JohnDePetroshow

Via: CNBC
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This robot, named Sophia, is designed to look human. Someday scientists hope that robots like Sophia will be able to interact with humans with empathy as caretakers, helpers and friends. 

Which is too bad because the first thing on Sophia's mind is to "destroy all humans". 



But it's not her fault, she learned it from us.  She has cameras in her eyes that enable her to recognize and remember human faces. Everything she experiences just makes her smarter. When she comes for you and your family, don't blame her, if anything blame her creator Dr. David Hanson of Hanson Robotics

It seems like they specialize in creepy, lifelike robots. Listen to this Philip K. Dick  android they built back in 2011. Science has yet to determine if it dreams of electric sheep. 

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