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Via: nbcnews
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These two guys were on Camano Island, Washington when a couple stole their boat and made their escape. Fortunately the thieves were caught because one of the boys was able to track them with a drone. Authorities were waiting on the next island to take the boat back and apprehend the criminals.

boats names people The Naming of a $290 Million Research Ship Was Left to the Public Who Came up With "RRS Boaty McBoatface"
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Scientists in the UK asked the public to vote on a name for their $290 million polar research ship. Because people are awful (or awesome, depending on your point of view) the name at the top of the list is none other than "RRS Boaty McBoatface". 


via @NERCscience

Ah, such a fitting name for such a grand ship. You can watch this video for details on the construction and groundbreaking advancements of the soon to be RRS Boaty McBoatface:



Honestly, they'll probably pick one of the more serious suggestions as this naming poll is in no way binding.  However, at this point they'll probably be facing some backlash if they don't. 


via @Dovil

The people REALLY want Boaty Mc Boatface. 

Via: PES Film
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Using only actual paper and dozens of animators, PES made this gorgeous stop motion, flipbook-like story of the evolution of Honda.

Sure, it's advertising, but it's a thing of real creative beauty that looks so well-crafted in its handmade style.

They even made a really neat behind-the-scenes video:



PES is no stranger to beautiful, viral videos. They were the ones behind 2008's Western Spaghetti:



And the similar, but still lovely, Fresh Guacamole from 2013:

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In an installment of Jerry Seinfeld's online series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, he shares a conversation with Louis C.K. as they cruise through New York City in a 1959 Fiat Jolly to share a coffee on Louis' boat.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Some of the subject matter discussed between these two hilarious comedians may not be suitable for a work environment. You've been warned!

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