السبت، 22 أغسطس 2015

'Friends' fans uncover airport security scene deleted after 9/11 and 10 More

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'Friends' fans uncover airport security scene deleted after 9/11

A previously deleted scene from the hit sitcom 'Friends,' in which Chandler argues with airport security, has gone viral.

North Korea to South Korea: Turn off your loudspeakers or it's war

North Korea is threatening war if the South doesn't stop playing Kpop, soap operas and propaganda over its 11 speakers.

British film company creates 'real-life' first person shooter on Chatroulette

A film company has created a first person shooter using actors as the characters and random strangers on the Internet as the players.

'Get him': How four men foiled a bloody French train attack

Passengers who helped subdue a gunman on a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris on Friday describe the harrowing ordeal.

Corgi has pool party, doesn't understand what a hose is

This corgi just wants to play in the pool, but the garden hose keeps getting in the way.

When Howard Hughes built the biggest plane in history — out of wood

It was five stories high and wide as a football field. But could it even fly?

Incoming freshman sinks half-court shot, gets free tuition

Lem Turner is an incoming freshman at Ball State University, and he just became a legend.

Why people are pissed about what Spotify is doing to their phones

A new privacy policy from Spotify has sparked a backlash against the streaming music service.

Malala just got her exam results, and she totally aced them

Malala Yousafzai just scored 6 A*s and 4 As in her GCSE exams, according to a tweet from her proud father.

Pooductive app wants to be the social network for people who are pooping

Pooductive is a new anonymous chat app for when you're sitting on the toilet.

High school adopts local cat named Bubba as student, gives him I.D. card

Bubba the cat has been wandering around Leland High School in San Jose, California, for so long, that he's become an institution unto himself.